How to make it

  • Combine first three ingredients in large mixing bowl. Allow to sit about ten minutes or until yeast begins to foam.
  • Add garlic and herbs to yeast and water. Mix well.
  • Add wheat flour to yeast/herb mixture. Stir and let rest for five minutes.
  • Dump mixture onto floured surface and begin kneading, adding small amounts of white flour as needed until no longer sticky. Knead for ten minutes. Dough should be smooth and elastic.
  • !! Resist the urge to add large amounts of flour. Dough will become too stiff !!
  • Divide dough into two rounds and place in separate oiled bowls. Dough should be lightly coated with olive oil.
  • Cover and allow to rise for 60-90 minutes. Dough should be doubled in size.
  • Place dough onto floured surface and stretch to desired thickness, size, and shape. Try not to use a rolling pin!
  • Bake until golden and done.
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  • I like to prebake my crust for a few minutes on a pan before I add my toppings. This allows the crust to stiffen up so that when I bake it with the toppings, I don't need a pan and I can get a crunchy, crusty pizza all over.

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    " It was excellent "
    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    great wheat crust great pizza sauce add toppings and lets eat yummy
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  • mommywalker 15 years ago
    This sounds wonderful! I can't wait to try it. :-)
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  • krumkake 15 years ago
    Great post boofie - I have been wanting to learn to make my own pizza crusts, as the store crusts just aren't as good. I like the addition of the whole wheat - will be trying this for sure. And I agree, pre-baking the crust gives you such a great crunch, and we LOVE that!
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