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Old 03-15-2013, 12:52 PM   #16
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i did not pre-heat the stone. I made the pizza right on the stone then put in UDS. I actually had no idea that people pre-heated the stone until i went to post pics on here....turned out fine though
Try preheating the stone (leaving in the cooker the whole time) and use a pizza peel to put the pie on the stone. That's really what they're designed for plus you'll get a lot crisper bottom on the crust.
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