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60-Second Video Tips: A New Way to Work with Pizza Dough

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Uploaded on Aug 31, 2011

Homemade crust is a fantastic foundation when making pizza, but sometimes the dough can be tricky to stretch out while risking tears or uneven surfaces. America's Test Kitchen's Dan Souza shows an easy way to flatten out pizza dough using your hands, a kitchen counter, and the natural pull of gravity.

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