I had tried to contact Alex at Pendleton flour different times in the last few weeks, about if there is anywhere that distributed Power flour in my area. Each time I called, Alex’s voice mail was either full, or it said he wasn’t accepting calls. I called Alex a little while ago again, and Alex answered the phone. Alex remembered me and asked me if one of the sales reps didn’t contact me, and I said no. Alex said maybe there weren’t any distributors in my area, but apologized for no one getting back to me. I asked Alex if he knows what big companies might distribute for Pendleton flours. He asked me if there were any Sysco’s in my area and I said yes, there is a Syco’s in Harrisburg, Pa. Alex said instead of me waiting for a sales rep to call me back maybe I want to go to Syco’s and purchase some of the Power flour to try. I said I am familiar with Syco’s and know they have a 500.00 limit on what must be purchased and I only wanted to try the Power flour to see if the Power flour makes my pizzas any better. I said my regular distributor isn’t Syco’s. Alex then said he was going to get some of the Power flour and send me 20 lbs. to try. I don’t know if I will get the 20 lbs. of Power flour to try, but I will wait and see if that happens. Alex did take my name and address. If I do get the Power flour to try in Peter’s formulas he set-forth, then after a few experiments to see how the Power flour acts in the formulas for Luigi‘s attempts, I might try to add VWG to KABF to see if I can get anywhere near the same results that I got with my blends of flours before, or with the real Power flour. That way maybe other members that don’t have access to the Power flour or KASL, can come up with a decent Luigi’s clone if they want to.