Today, because I didn't have any dough on hand, I decided to "hack" together a really quick "emergency" dough just to see what happens. I've made emergency dough before, but not one that I wanted to use within 6 hours.
Quite simply, here it is (for 2-10" thin crusts)
168G warm water
Just slightly less than 1/2 TSP IDY (.37 TSP to be exact)
1.5 TSP Diamond Crystal kosher salt
No oil was used.
I whisk the yeast into a bowl of sifted flour and add that to the water and salt in the mixer bowl. I used the paddle to incorporate, then switched to the C hook for only a minute or so. Then I just hand kneaded to form a ball, then split it in two, and lightly oiled them and put them in a couple of lightly oiled glass bowls. I left them on my counter, covered with plastic wrap for 5 hours and baked them like I normally do @550° on my tiles. (6-7 minutes)
I'm really sorry I didn't take any pictures, but I will tell you I was very happy with the color, texture and taste of this dough. I would do it again in a heartbeat.