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    I normally make pizza and then just eat it, however I am thinking of doing a big batch of dough.

    what would be the best way to do it, I will probably put toamato base on the pizza and cheese on top and then freeze like that with the dough uncooked or do I need to cook the dough first?

    Thanks for any help

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    why don't you just freeze the dough in lumps per pizza? It works great and doesn't take long to thaw.

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    I make pizza's in batches of 14 at a time. . . Generally I just put the toppings on and freeze, cause my crew isn't particular.

    However, I have parbaked the crust for about 5-7 minutes, then added toppings.

    BTW- I freeze mine in 2 gallon zip lock baggies- just the right size for my dollar store pizza pans.

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