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Do you consider yourself to be a good cook Or are you the type of person who finds cooking to be difficult If not or even so there is a quick and easy way to satisfy your own as well as your guests appetites It involves making pizza from scratch- with the exception of using store bought or already prepared French bread Many may be already wondering why choose fresh pizza over frozen or restaurant pizzas First of all its cheaper second its healthier third you know whats on it fourth its quicker compared to restaurants but most importantly you can create them accordingly to your own preferencesThere are only a few basic steps in making a pizza but first of all it is important to know and discuss the advantages of doing it yourself One important reason that was hinted at is that you save money A large pizza that has twelve slices from pizza hut or dominos costs 10 to 12 dollars Additional toppings other than cheese will cost you extra If you go out and buy your own ingredients you will spend about Thats a difference of Moreover this gives you the freedom to choose whatever goes on your pizza So you know exactly what goes on the pizza Theres no excess oil no excess sauce no excess hair no excess anything Providing your own ingredients guarantees you freshness also Another advantage is that Homemade pizzas will also save you time since they dont have to be delivered But on top of that you will only be making two slices which is a French bread cut in half However compared to frozen pizzas fresh ones take a little longer if not the same amount of time But there are advantages over frozen pizzas obviously Frozen pizzas are never fresh And you dont know how old they are The
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