Zoe, you're welcome.
Chicago Bob and I are not being rude. Not to you, anyway (or anyone else who actively participates on the boards). Conversely, all we've done is try to help you. We've asked you specific questions because they are important questions that can help us help you. From my perspective, your refusal to help us help you has been rude, and you're lucky anyone is still willing to go out of their way to help you with this, especially since you keep asking for answers that everyone but you knows we'd probably actually be able to give you if you'd only answer our questions.
You told us why you refuse to let us know certain things we've asked you, but contrary to your claim, your reasoning has not been logical. We didn't ignore you or disregard your explanation for why you won't tell us things we need to know so we can help you. Rather, we tried to help you see that your explanation is lame and pointless, but without actually using those words, in hopes that you'll let us help you.
Other members are thinking the same thing--lame and pointless--but they will probably never say it because they're uncomfortable being impolite, even though they know such impoliteness would be infinitely more helpful to you than politeness.
Knowing which specific ingredients this place uses is probably not going to help you (or anyone else) figure out how to clone their pizza. Conversely, knowing something about the pizza (like who sells it) will help us immensely, first of all because we'd be able to take our time to read what other people have to say about it; how they describe the pizza and whatnot. If you want help, allow people to help you. But if you don't want help...
I want to say I don't care anymore, and I want to say I'm no longer willing to try to help you, but I can't say that. That's either because I'm a rude jerk or it's because I'm not a rude jerk and I'm just being honest because I find that honesty is almost always the best policy.
You won't be hurting us by refusing to post again. You'll only be hurting yourself.
And now that fazzari has joined the conversation, you might like to know that fazzari has shared pretty much everything about how he makes pizza at his very successful pizzeria. And Norma has done the same thing with the pizzas she sells at market. Neither of them try to hide their identity, either. That is, we all know exactly who they are and where to find them. And if I had a pizzeria, I'd do the same thing. You know why? Because sharing this stuff is not a big deal to reasonable people.
By the way, great-looking pizza, John.