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Offline n00bie

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Re: Red November Pizza Sauce (#2) by weight
« Reply #180 on: April 06, 2014, 10:45:34 AM »
Per recent interest, here's Red November Pizza Sauce #2 by weight.  This is the definitive quantitative set based on my initial research into complimentary chemical compounds responsible for flavor and aroma.  If someone were to make a really large batch of this sauce, this would be the set of numbers to use, not the volumetric ones.

1000.000000
tomato puree @ 1.053 g/cc
17.600000
sucrose
8.800000
kosher salt
4.400000
garlic powder
4.400000
onion powder
0.953157
black pepper
0.814342
paprika
0.536131
rosemary
0.532948
oregano
0.481703
basil
0.359930
thyme
0.323250
fennel seed
0.198253
tarragon
0.141065
marjoram
0.059226
parsley

- red.november

Hello. I have made a simple calculator with Microsoft Excel which calculates the amount of herbs based on the input of the tomato puree. I hope it helps everyone here who wanted to try this recipe out, it will save you a lot of time (and errors  :chef:). Now all you have to to is to download the file and open it in Microsoft Excel change the amount of the tomato puree and the form will calculate the herbs for you. I have included the preparation steps along with a link to this topic and credit to the author of this recipe red november.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/uas5nbcqltdkkak/RedNovemberSauce.xlsx

Goodluck!


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Re: Red November Pizza Sauce (#2) by weight
« Reply #181 on: July 28, 2014, 11:42:42 PM »
Hello. I have made a simple calculator with Microsoft Excel which calculates the amount of herbs based on the input of the tomato puree. I hope it helps everyone here who wanted to try this recipe out, it will save you a lot of time (and errors  :chef:). Now all you have to to is to download the file and open it in Microsoft Excel change the amount of the tomato puree and the form will calculate the herbs for you. I have included the preparation steps along with a link to this topic and credit to the author of this recipe red november.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/uas5nbcqltdkkak/RedNovemberSauce.xlsx

Goodluck!

Wow, thank you! I will be using your excel this weekend.

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Re: Cooked vs Uncooked pizza sauce....
« Reply #182 on: July 29, 2014, 12:07:13 AM »
Coolio!
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