Best dough I've had, be it in a restaurant or at home! It's very light, so be prepared to make a thick crust if you intend on using a healthy portion of toppings. I've used both Rapid-Rise and regular yeast, and both result in a similar product: the only difference is that the regular yeast must be prepped (with warm water and sugar) before being added to the flour. With the Rapid-Rise yeast, this is done very quickly, almost quickly enough that you can preheat the oven after kneading. I used a KitchenAid dough hook for the kneading work, and it worked just fine; you may want to add the extra 1/2 cup flour slowly with this method, though. This will help keep extra dough off the bottom.
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Best dough I've had, be it in a restaurant or at home! It's very light, so be prepared to make...