Andrew Green is obsessive about pizza: He's kept journals on the different ways he's tried making it until he hit on a crust that's a perfect balance of chewy and crispy. His ideal method involves preparing a batch of dough each day for three days, and blending some of the old dough into the new each time. The recipe here simplifies his fanatical crust-making method so that the pizza can be made in one day; his full three-day process is available here as an alternative. To mimic the superhigh heat of a pizzeria, Green sets a baking stone inside his home oven, which he preheats to its highest temperature; he then finishes the pizza under the broiler.
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