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Not Just Any Pizza...

A Sourdough Pizza!


30 Minutes until the best Pizza you've ever eaten! No joke, that's faster than delivery and a million times more delicious.

When was the last time you ate pizza and thought to yourself "OMG, this crust is amazing!" And when was the last time you actually said that out loud every time you took a bite! 

This crust is no different than our bread...




Plus its par-baked, making it easy to handle, quick to cook and a nearly mess-free meal.


  • As soon as you get home from the market put the crust in the freezer. It will last there for a month or two. Thawing the frozen crust only takes 15-20 minutes.

  • If you are going to use it that night you can just put it in the fridge, it will last there for 3-4 days.

  • Thawing the frozen crust only takes 15-20 minutes. If you thaw it and don't use it,  put it into the fridge. It will be fine for several days.


  • Partially thaw frozen crust at room temperature for at least 15-20 minutes prior to baking.

  • Preheat oven to 450 degrees while the crust is thawing.

  • Top your pizza how ever you prefer.

  • Bake directly on the middle for 10-15 minutes. Times will vary depending on toppings and your oven. Adjust position in the oven in order to get the doneness you prefer.

  • Cool for 2-3 minutes before slicing and enjoying.


  • The crust doesn't need to be fully thawed when you bake it, that's fine and normal. If it is, it will turn out just as good if not slightly better.

  • If you plan on piling the toppings sky high, try lowering the oven temperature to 425 degrees and bake for 15 minutes or more.

  • These can be grilled too. Cook over indirect heat in a very hot grill. Rotate as necessary to cook evenly.

  • For fresh mozzarella, slice it first, then press it lightly in a towel to remove excess moisture.

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