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and pizza peel advice.
You need a wood pizza peel to make great pizza on a pizza stone in your oven.
--Because your final shaping and topping of the pizza happen on your pizza peel.
A wood peel's dry surface, sprinkled with cornmeal, keeps your dough from sticking while you build your pizza and slide it into the oven.
you want to bake and serve more than one pizza at the same time, you'll want to
get more than one wood pizza peel.
lets you get both pizzas built and ready to bake at the same time. You can then go ahead and bake them at the same
time if you have two pizza stones on two oven shelves. Now you can all eat at
the same time!
If you’re baking on one stone, your second pizza can be built on your second wood peel
to slide in the minute you take the first pizza out. So you can still
keep the pizza coming—and even grab a slice while the second one bakes.
Check Out Our Fine Wood Peels Here:
An aluminum pizza peel
is the best way to slide your pizza out of the oven.
A metal pizza peel's thin edge and smooth surface slide easily between the baked pizza crust and the pizza stone. They do their job in a flash, so you should only need one of these.
aluminum pizza peel is also the best way to go if you’re baking your
pizza on a metal screen or perforated disk.
Your pizza, and the disk or
screen you built it on, will slide easily off this peel’s smooth surface
and onto your pizza stone.
This disk /screen and aluminum pizza peel method is the best way to go
on a grill or barbecue.
Check out our Barbecue Breakthrough Pizza
Making Kit if you want to experience great pizza in the great outdoors.