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Offline nbickett

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Wooden peels commonly used for neapolitan pizza
« on: Yesterday at 11:42:05 AM »
I believe I have posted about this before, but I want to ask the forum again.

Is anyone aware of a commercially available (in/to the USA) wooden peel (12"-15" in width) that gradually tapers to a flat (vs. rounded: https://goo.gl/mhecCu) edge? I seem to have found one option below, but I am not particularly enthusiastic about the price or design (or logo).

http://www.efnaples.biz/#!product-page/cg7d/2f020328-581f-5830-1cde-33a7e3b3d71f

A common example of what I'm imagining is captured in the following video:
 
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Offline The Dough Doctor

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Re: Wooden peels commonly used for neapolitan pizza
« Reply #1 on: Yesterday at 01:35:46 PM »
You bet!
Go to <www.MrPeel.com> or check out the Portion Peel at <www.portionpeel.com> or American Metalcraft at <www.amnow.com>  I just got mine from Portion Peel and I really like in since it has laser etched circles on it for both 10 and 12-inch diameter pizzas. I believe it's also available in different sizes too.
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