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"Excellent recipe. Didn't have honey, so just increased the sugar. Made a sauce with crushed tomatoes, dried thyme, oregano, basil paste and garlic. Topped with Italian sausage, pepperoni, paper-thin slices of onion, mozzarella and parmesan."
Sep 10, 2011 on Food.com
"Haven't tried this yet, but thought I'd add some additional info about the sifting.The biggest reason unsifted flour impacts the end result is not so much the sifting, but the quantity of flour.Recipes historically called for sifting flour because the sifting removed bits of millstone and other impurities. The side-effect of sifting is that t..."
Jul 2, 2010 on Food.com