It's entirely up to you as to whether you should request some Dri-Mol dry molasses products from ADM. However, it is always interesting and useful to try out different products in order to learn what they can do and their limitations. The Dri-Mol products are supposed to be lighter in color and, hence, may have more sugar, but you won't know for sure until you actually try them.
Maybe you and Steve can combine your pizza making skills and Steve's beer-making prowess, get some real tattoos ala Guy Fieri-style, and open up your own pizza emporium featuring your clones of the MM pizzas . Your overhead would be considerably less than at MM so your pizza prices would be much lower than what I have seen on MM's menus. Maybe I can even improve upon MM doughs through some further testing. If so, I will disclose the results only to you (and to Biz for being such a good sport and help on this project) so that someone else doesn't run with the idea after seeing it on the forum. Or maybe you can sell the recipe to MM itself, if only to keep it out of circulation . You will note that the page views for this thread have jumped recently, so that would seem to suggest that there is interest on what we have been doing.
I will sent a request to ADM to see if I might be able to obtain one or more of the Dri-Mol products.
Steve just starting brewing more beer last week. He is a great home brewer.
I never even tasted home brewed beer, until I met Steve. Tasting home brewed beer was something like learning to make pizza. Both opened up a whole new world to me. Steve also has brewed wine before, but doesnít do that regularly. Steve and his home brew friends brew all kinds of great beer. I am getting too old to start a new business, but I think Steve has some kind of plans to start a new venture. He is always coming up with great ideas, and is very handy with everything.
If I was younger, I think I would try to start some kind of regular pizza business. At least I have tried enough formulas to see which ones work, or which ones donít. Maybe if Steve needs any help in his new venture I will be able to help him like he has helped me. Steve doesnít want any more of those fake tattoos though, because he said the first one was too hard to remove and he doesnít even like tattoos.
I could understand anyone that might want to open a business trying something like a MMís pizza, after reading this thread, wouldnít have any problems with starting a formula. At least so far, you, Biz, and I have had some successful attempts. Just learning from these MMís clone attempts, I havenít tasted any pizzas anywhere that can compare with the attempts. Using the ingredients you posted, and having you as the lead formulation ďspecialistĒ has really helped.
I have so many sample ingredients, that I might just try some of them to make an attempt on a Mystery pizza for my Mystery thread for a MMís attempt. At least it couldnít hurt to try. You never know what you can come up with if you donít try. I donít know if MMís would be interested in our attempts because they are already successful. I have ideas to offer this pizza at market at some point though. Different customers stopped and asked what kind of pizzas we were making in our attempted MMís pizzas. I think, but donít know, that customers might be interested in this different kind of pizza. The customers all thought the pizzas were made from whole wheat flour, which would be a much healthier pizza. Little did they know, that the pizzas were made with my regular KASL. I hadnít noticed that this thread had more page views lately. It is a wonder no one else is posting on this thread, unless they are guests. I know Tampa (Dave) was trying to make a MMís pizza for awhile. I wonder if he is going to try one of the formulas.
If you have any ideas of a different formula for me to try for next week, let me know. I am always in for trying new formulas.