Galganov's Free and Easy Recipe for Basic, White Wheat Pizza Dough!
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The Background Story
This dough was the onset of our pizza adventure. It started with a recipe my mother clipped from the Montreal Gazette in the early '50s. As she was wont to do, she stuffed it in a drawer with heaps of other recipe clippings.
There it sat for about 20 years when we stumbled across it. It was to be another (roughly) 19 years before I actually tried it out. I made it a few times ... forming and freezing the extra crusts because there was always too much.
Then one day, long after having emmigrated from our home town, a neighbour was visiting for dinner. He told us of his sister - a successful pizza restaurant owner who put garlic powder in her crusts.
This started a whole raft of new ideas like "fresh garlic", "fresh, minced herbs (oregano + basil) ... or dried when out of season", "a hint of cayenne".
The journey was on! This recipe is the most basic with the addition of garlic powder ... but
"The adventure is YOURS to have!"
Did you know? Basil is exceptionally high in fiber!
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