From a little leftover piece of preferment Lehmann dough I unfroze for a Greek-style pizza, I decided to make a little boat or something similar. I stretched the small piece out and then dressed it with my regular tomato sauce, Parmesan cheese, and mozzarella. The little boat was baked right on my pizza stone at around 500 degrees F. After the little boat was baked I used my fresh basil I had started from a piece of fresh basil in the fall. I have been feeding this bunch of fresh basil milk kefir, while in a pot with dirt and it seems to be doing well.
I also used the preferment Lehmann dough to make a Greek-style pizza, after the advice of Peter (Pete-zza) (moderator on pizzamaking.com) for trying the preferment Lehmann dough for a Greek-style pizza. The preferment Lehmann dough did work out well for a Greek-style pizza.
This is where I posted the other pictures of the Greek-style pizza and also posted how I made the Greek-style pizza at Reply 143 http://www.pizzamaking.com/forum/index.php/topic,691.msg125069.html#msg125069
Now the preferment Lehmann dough has two more things it can be used for. I am glad the preferment Lehmann dough did work out for a Greek-style pizza.
After making the little boat, I can see this would be a good way to make individual pizzas for more people. It doesn’t have to be cut, (to be able to eat the little boat) but I did cut the little boat, just so the inside crumb could be seen. The little boat was quick to make out of the leftover dough.
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