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Hand Rolled/Tossed Dough vs. Machine Operated Dough Roller

There are pizza lovers in the world that like their pizza hand tossed or rolled by hand. Both are good, but can be time consuming especially if you looking to produce a constant thickness, with different range of sizes, and plan on making so many pizzas in a day, a machine operated dough roller may be the way to go. The Somerset CDR-2000 dough roller is the perfect dough roller for pizzas. Our dough rollers are a double pass machine, what that means is that the top pass (first pass) can handle a thick dough ball, that flattens and stretches it into a manageable thickness. Then you put it through the second pass (this is where you can adjust the thickness of the dough). You can run the dough through the second pass a few times to get the thickness you are looking for. Some people are still apprehensive about a motorized dough roller, just look at it this way, it is actually a powered rolling pin to make your time in the kitchen as efficient as possible. There can also be health benefits of using a machine operated dough roller. Say if you are the only person making dough…

Best Way to Reheat Leftover Pizza

There are several ways to reheat leftover pizza. Anywhere from zapping in the microwave to grilling it on a grill. I also heard some have even tried to reheat in a toaster. Yes, I said toaster, not toaster oven (which is another way). But I know what you are thinking, that is not a good idea. For one, most slices are triangle so they wouldn’t really fit and the clean up would not be easy. Then you would have to go out and buy a new toaster. So, let’s give you several ways to reheat pizza without ruining your appliances. 1. Reheat in the oven – Preheat the oven to 375 F. Make sure that the oven is fully heated up before you place the pizza in. If you have a pizza stone, place the stone in the oven while it is heating up. You want to get it piping hot. If you don’t have one, that is ok. You can line a baking tray with tin foil, pop it in the oven for a few minutes to get the tray and foil piping hot. When the stone/tray are hot take it out and place the pizza on it. Place…

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