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What You Knead Hardcover – August 20, 1997
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This book is divided into three sections. You have recipes using a basic pizza dough, a sour dough, and a sweet dough.
So, I made the recipe for the double foccacia pizza. I followed the instructions carefully for a Kitchen Aid Mixer,using the flour she suggested and weighing it. I wasn't able to make two 16" rounds with half of the dough. The pizza came out very crusty almost like a cracker. My family didn't particular like the taste. The stuffing was fine though, but you have to like the taste of vinegary foods. With the other half of the dough, I made a basic pizza, it was just o.k.
I've had great success with other recipes like The Frugal Gourmet's Chicago style pizza, and from the book "Classic Italian Cooking" for vegetarians.
I didn't want to take the time to make any more recipes to see if they would work. Perhaps, you will have better success!
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