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Spices are available in glass jars [probably even at your local grocery:

https://www.amazon.com/spice-jars/s?k=spice+jars

These links might offer some suggestions for buying cheese without plastic:

https://treadingmyownpath.com/2017/07/13/plastic-free-milk-yoghurt-cheese/

https://myplasticfreelife.com/2011/03/how-to-buy-and-keep-cheese-fresh-without-plastic/
 
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I made a homemade pepperoni pizza with pink sauce (spaghetti sauce and alfredo sauce) using
Paul's Polydough.

****Thanks to this bb (and Paul's polydough!), my son now makes his own homemade pizza!  I explained it to him after I figured it out.  Lol
Thanks!****
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Pizza served
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Started with a basic pizza dough recipe, 4 cups flour, 2 cups water, tbs yeast tbs sugar. I substituted some of the water for olive brine I had hanging around the fridge and added a couple tbs of Italian seasoning. Set it up and stored it in the fridge to slow rise over night. Topped with pizza sauce from last canning season, grilled onions and bell pepper. Used cheese we had stored in the freezer, cheddar Monterey blend if I recall, the lable got lost somewhere.
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Second attempt at my sister-in-law’s pizza crust recipe. I love cooking, but I’m not a big baker, so a recipe that just lists the ingredients and rise and cook times without instructions and without telling an exact amount of water was… scary the first time. My sister-in-law can bake in her sleep, so she didn’t think to write that stuff when she gave me the recipe.

That said, I think I got it figured out this time… except I forgot to measure the amount of water I used. Just went by the feel of the dough.

2 1/2 t yeast
2 T honey
1 T salt
2 T butter (melted)
1 T oil

Combine.

Add 1/2 cups - 1 1/2 cups (?) warm water and 3-4 cups flour, incrementally.

Should be wet enough to all integrate together, but dry enough to not stick to your hands much. Pizza-doughy.

Let rise 1 hr.

Bake at 400 F, cook ~30 min.

This made two ~11 in pizza crusts.

(I experimented with baking at 425 F, turning in the oven about halfway through, but turned it down to 400 F for the last five minutes. Did okay. One pizza came out a little more crisp than the other one, which was perfectly cooked but just barely not crispy enough for my tastes.)

Toppings: smeared a bit of minced garlic on, covered in tomato sauce, sprinkled mozzarella. Then onions, red pepper, mushrooms, and ham. Sprinkled a bit more mozzarella.
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dough ready to rise
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pizza with toppings before baking
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all done!
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