I checked with one of the local food distributes here in the Atlanta, GA area for KASL. One place I called near me does not do cash and carry, but the lady was very happy to tell me about a bakery that they sell to. Turn out the place is awesome. The baker is from France and his croissants made from KASL are tremendous. The best croissants I have ever had in the States, but they do not compare to the ones I used to get at my Grandpa's house in Nice, France.
Anyway, I called the place up and asked if he would be willing to sell me some KASL for making Pizza. He sold me 5lb for $1.50 and already had it bagged up for me when I got there. It would take me a good long time to use 50lb, and this place is not that for from my house, so I am happy to pay that price. The KABF I get from my grocery store is $2.79 for 5 lb, so in my opinion the KASL from this guy is a steal.
I am hoping to get to stick around one day and watch him make the croissants.
So, Saturday night will be Pizza night this week. I am going to make one pizza my old way, and one with the KASL just for a comparison taste test. I might post pics in another thread.