I was thinking it over, and although I donít mind emailing with a member, (and have emailed with some members) I think if questions are asked here on the forum about anything pizza related, then any members that might be interested can benefit from those posts. If I would answer something wrong, then other members could and might correct me. I sure donít know everything about making different styles of pizzas and am still learning. I have received many PMís asking all kinds of questions, and although I donít mind answering a few basic questions, I normally ask the member to post openly on the forum of what they want to know and ask the broad questions openly. I have learned a lot more by what members post here on the forum and think other members also do learn from those posts, (other then from emailing or sending PMĎs). Most forum members are very open in what methods they used, their formulations, bake times, ovens, etc., and so am I. What I do and what you might want to do could be very different in the mixers we use, mix times, the type of oven, bake times, flours, etc.
I have even gotten emails from some people that was were not members of this forum asking me to point them to exactly what I did. I donít know how they got my email except that I do have a pizza blog and am at market. I suggest to them to become a member of this forum and ask any questions they have on the forum.
I also still have a long way to go on my pizza making journey.