Some time ago, you presented nutrition data in this thread for the Shakey's thin crust cheese pizza. Today, while doing some research on Shakey's thin crust cheese pizza, I came across essentially the same nutrition data you previously presented. Today, I found it at http://www.dietfacts.com/html/nutrition-facts/shakeys-thin-crust-cheese-pizza-12-inch-5366.htm
. The nutrition data is for a 12" thin crust cheese pizza, effective as of 8/24/01. So, the nutrition data appears to be for an older version of that pizza. I know that since that time, Shakey's has gone to whole milk (I assume part-skim) mozzarella cheese.
What caught my eye in the Shakey's nutrition data that I found is that the data is for one slice, or 1/10th of a whole pizza. On that basis, the total fat for an entire pizza would be 50 grams, and the total protein would be 80 grams. Since the sauce is unlikely to contain any fat (at least based on the sauce ingredients list you provided on another thread), that means that the total fat of 50 grams must come from fat in the dough and fat from the cheese. In like fashion, the total protein of 80 grams must come from the protein in the dough, the protein in the cheese, and a small amount of protein in the sauce. Based on the above analysis, I was wondering whether you can tell me if a typical 12" Shakey's thin crust cheese pizza comes with a lot or little cheese and, similarly, whether it comes with a lot or little sauce. Maybe you can even estimate the amounts (e.g, by ounces or grams).
Preliminarily, based on the numbers I have examined, I am inclined to believe that the Shakey's flour is either high-gluten flour or bread flour. It's hard to say for sure based on the nutrition data. I used the nutritiondata.com website to get the nutrition data for whole-milk mozzarella cheese but it is possible that the cheese that Shakey's is using is a higher protein product. It's also possible that the nutrition data I found (and that you earlier found) is not correct. I recently discovered that that can happen when I had several email exchanges with a representative of Monical's in relation to their pizzas over a conflict of data between the Monical's nutrition data and the nutrition data presented by another website like the one referenced above.
As a final observation, because of the high levels of fat and protein in the nutrition data, it is possible that the Shakey's dough includes a dried milk powder. If so, there would be a protein and fat contribution by that ingredient. The amount of protein and fat would depend on the amount used. I haven't looked into the possibility that a whey product is used but that is also a possibillity although whey contains no fat and a smaller amount of protein.