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Making a Really Healthy "Pepperoni Pizza" in ilfornino Wood Fired Oven

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Location: New York
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A healthier version of Pepperoni Pizza with Whole Wheat crust and Skim Mozzarella to save on Calories.

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Location: St. Andrews West, Ontario, Canada (Zone 5b)
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Looks delicious! Making me hungry. My family and I have been making our own dough to make pizzas and breads with for years now. It's so much better than anything we could get at a store or a restaurant! Now when we don't feel like cooking and occasionally order a pizza, we're disappointed by how greasy and disgusting it is compared to ours and we usually have digestion issues the next day. Nothing beats home cooking! :)

PRO TIP: if you haven't already tried this, use warm beer instead of water to proof your yeast. The dough will be nice and airy, giving the crust a nice fluff to it.
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