As I noted earlier in Reply 37, the ingredients listing for the Papa Gino's pizza sauce is tomatoes, salt, black pepper, oregano, garlic powder, citric acid. It is hard to say whether the pecking order is right, by weight, because the ingredients listing for the dough are not correctly presented at the PG website. It is also hard to tell whether any salt is added to the tomatoes beyond the sodium already contained in the tomatoes used in the PG sauce (a typical 28-ounce can of crushed tomatoes will have sodium equivalent to about 1/2 teaspoon of salt). However, if we assume that the pecking order for the PG tomato sauce given above is correct, then that would say that there is more black pepper by weight than oregano and more oregano (by weight) than garlic powder. I recently had occasion to study weights of ingredients like oregano (1 t. = 2g.), ground black pepper (1 t. = 2g.), and garlic powder (1 t. = 2.67g.), and, on the basis of the amounts of those ingredients you will be using, your pecking order would be oregano, garlic powder and black pepper. I don't want to bias your results, but you might want to take note of the prominence of the oregano in the sauce in relation to what you remember about the flavors of the PG pizzas you had.