New York Style is one style. New York Natural Style is another style. NYN is an offshoot of NY, but an entirely new style. Kind of like Judaism and Christianity
I thought it was too good to be true. That is not how the sentence reads but your answer is consistent with your previous positions.
Thank you for clarifying.
Addendum: I have a few more questions, also to understand and clarify things.
In your words, we have NY Style Pizza and a NY Natural Style. I am sure you are familiar with Venn Diagrams. Are the New York Natural Styles inside of the NY Style circle? Are they not intersecting? If the Natural Style is not encompassed by the NY Style, then are they both encompassed by a larger circle (other than "Pizza")?
And, what about Coal Fired Pizza? Is that NY Style? Is NY Style an offshoot of Coal Fired? Is one encompassing the other in a Venn diagram?
Are there other pizzas that are styles that could be thought of by someone as NY Style that you would like to better define? How would they fit in?
It is so hard to parse out "I will be, from this day forward, referring to New York style pizza leavened using starter as 'New York Natural.'" the way you described. i.e. This sentence says it is a NY style pizza. It says the pizza is leavened using starter. But then, you told me it is not a NY style pizza.
So, I am asking for the Venn diagram(s) because it should help create the clarity.