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The only thing that worries me a bit about your policy is if the thing was all dinged up and didn't work very well you would have been stoked to pay the 600.
I assume that the Mozza from TJ's is only for private use, right? But it is great mozza, no question. You might be able to source it for your shop by checking with Cascade Dairy Products in Hayward who make the cheese for TJ's.
Oh, that's really good to know. We are still at least 6 months from opening and are well into recipe optimization. However, we don't have a commercial facility and have to buy our cheese at straight retail. I've experimented with quite a few mozz brands and like TJs the best. But at $5 a pound, and one pound packages, it's OK for experimenting by not something that's usable for market.THANKS FOR THE TIP!!
could you explain the name Pizza de puta?
This is a family forum. Use the Google Spanish-to-English translator and you will find what Pizza de Puta translates into.Peter
"pizza of the loose-moraled woman"