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7 hours ago, skenno said:

The Fenix 5 was reduced by £100 today at John Lewis to £299. Sold out pretty quickly but I'm hoping it means there might be further reductions at other shops.

5s in White I have thin wrists.


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Prime day is coming up in a couple of weeks. You never know, they might have one of your prefered choices reduced.


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5s in White I have thin wrists.
Exactly what I'm wearing now. Just in black. Have had it for over 12 months now give or take and I would buy another tomorrow. Great watch. 7a383b8860cd28ca7c685bebcd703923.jpg

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I remember from the Lever day, your is the Sapphire glass one though, lit bit posh for me? @Planter


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I remember from the Lever day, your is the Sapphire glass one though, lit bit posh for me [mention=15760]Planter[/mention]
Haha. I'm sure you'll end up with the sapphire too.

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the question is, does it make pizza? Sapphire or not...

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2 minutes ago, Hasi said:

the question is, does it make pizza? Sapphire or not... emoji56.png

Sorry sir for the thread takeover my bad. On another note if cooks pizza like people say will be the KODA

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Sorry sir for the thread takeover my bad. On another note if cooks pizza like people say will be the KODA
no offence meant mate, just a classic example of us coffee blabber bunch

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10 minutes ago, Hasi said:

no offence meant mate, just a classic example of us coffee blabber bunch emoji23.png

I know was yanking your chain! haha I am not actually sorry ?


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I know was yanking your chain! haha I am not actually sorry
you're skating on thin wrist mate!

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One I made for the kids. Half cheese and half lamb mince.... Not what I'd choose... But they ate it.. 

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One I made for the kids. Half cheese and half lamb mince.... Not what I'd choose... But they ate it.. 
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Looks good - base looks nice as well.... what’s the dough recipe for that one?


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Looks good - base looks nice as well.... what’s the dough recipe for that one?


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For what it’s worth, here is a 72hr recipe I use:

72 Hour Pizza Dough Recipe (each 110g of flour makes 1 12” pizza).

Ingredients:
* 110 grams “00” flour
* 2 grams salt
* 0.2 gram active dry yeast
* 72.8 grams of tap temperature water

185g per pizza.

Directions

Day 1
1. In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, salt.
2. Mix water with yeast until dissolved and sit for 10 minutes
3. add the water and yeast and mix with a wooden spoon just to combine. Once the mixture is moistened, lightly flour a worktop and remove the dough from the bow.
4. Knead for 5 minutes to remove clumps. The dough won't become elastic, but should easily form a loose ball. 
5. Place the dough in a lightly oiled bowl and cover with cling film.
6. Let it rest 1 hour on worktop.
7. Place in fridge for 2 days
8. Lightly flour worktop / hands and divide dough into 185 gr portions and make your dough balls.
9. Place the dough balls into separate, lightly oiled containers and freeze OR ball and use once brought up to room temperature.

On day of use
1. Defrost dough in fridge, then leave dough out for 2 hours to bring up to room temperature before creating pizza skin.
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Don't think I've ever thought 'I'm gonna want pizza in three days time'.

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Don't think I've ever thought 'I'm gonna want pizza in three days time'.


You can freeze it and take it out the day you want to use it. Makes much better dough.

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1 hour ago, MrShades said:

 


Looks good - base looks nice as well.... what’s the dough recipe for that one?


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I use a kids size mug for measuring. They're just a touch bigger than 200ml.

For four pizzas. 

6 strong flour. 

2 warm water

2 tea spoons of olive oil

4 tea spoons of sugar

1 tea spoon of yeast

No salt. 

Mix with the bread hook. 

Chop into four. Make into balls. Lube the balls with olive oil and put in bowls. Covered in the fridge for 1, 2 or three days. 

I cook on a hot stone. I also part cook the bases for 2 minutes to make them extra crispy. I like to get the basic shape by hand and then roller the middle. So there is air in the crust but not the base. 

I freeze the part cooked bases in a large ikea sealy bag. 

 

My sauce is just pasta, garlic, basil and oregano. That also tastes better after a few days in the fridge. 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, ashcroc said:

Don't think I've ever thought 'I'm gonna want pizza in three days time'. emoji26.png

If you use mostly 00 / pasta flour. You can just wait for it to rise in a warm spot.. The wet dough is like chewing gum. But still tasty. 

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Don't think I've ever thought 'I'm gonna want pizza in three days time'.


You can freeze it and take it out the day you want to use it. Makes much better dough.

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I was watching a second hand little used roccbox on ebay last night. Still went for 460 which at that price I would prefer to just buy new. The popular pizza ovens seem to hold value pretty well.

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I saw one for sale near me he wanted £380. didn't see the point. Could not get hold of the Ooni pro for £350


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I saw one for sale near me he wanted £380. didn't see the point. Could not get hold of the Ooni pro for £350
Homebase had some ooni pros at good prices but as ever stock was limited. Wheres the cheapest you've found mate as I like the pro.

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3 hours ago, Planter said:

Homebase had some ooni pros at good prices but as ever stock was limited. Wheres the cheapest you've found mate as I like the pro.

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Think ebay pick up at £420

 


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Saturday night- pizza night!

Sorry but I’m a lazy ass. Cheating is in my blood.

And it’s what garages are for no??

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Naughty.


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