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Where does PIZZA come from?. Crust. Pizza crust is made from wheat Farmers grow wheat Elevators clean wheat Mills make wheat into flour Flour is made into crust by using yeast. Tomato Sauce. Tomato sauce is made from tomatoes Tomatoes Need 75-85 days to grow

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crust
Crust
  • Pizza crust is made from wheat
  • Farmers grow wheat
  • Elevators clean wheat
  • Mills make wheat into flour
  • Flour is made into crust by using yeast
tomato sauce
Tomato Sauce
  • Tomato sauce is made from tomatoes
  • Tomatoes
    • Need 75-85 days to grow
    • Grow in greenhouses or outdoors
    • Picked and Packaged carefully
    • Sent to canneries to make sauce and ketchup
  • Eat 72.7 pounds of processed tomatoes a year
cheese
Cheese
  • Made from milk of dairy cows
  • Process of making cheese from milk
    • Process the milk
    • Separate the curd
    • Treat the curd
    • Ripen the cheese
    • Package the cheese
pepperoni sausage
Pepperoni & Sausage
  • Come from pigs
  • Farmers take care of pigs while they grow
  • Pigs are sold
  • Sent to packing plants
  • Ground up and special seasoning added to make sausage, salami, hot dogs, bacon and pepperoni
mushrooms
Mushrooms
  • 3,300 different kinds
  • Most popular is table mushroom
  • Grown in specially designed houses
  • Farmers control temperature and moisture
peppers
Peppers
  • Grow on small bushy plants
  • Eaten in immature green stage
  • Many varieties of garden pepper
  • Most people eat sweet peppers
  • Actually a fruit
onions
Onions
  • Raised from seeds or from “sets”
  • Onion bulbs grow underground
  • Long green tops
  • Picked by hand or by machine
  • Cleaned
  • Sent to grocery stores or processing plants
make your own pizza
Make Your Own Pizza
  • Need:
    • Cookie Sheet
    • 1 T. dry yeast
    • 1 cup warm water
    • 1 T. sugar
    • 1 ½ t. salt
    • 2 T. vegetable oil
    • 3 ¼ cups flour
    • 2 t. Italian seasoning
    • Pizza toppings
make your own pizza1
Make Your Own Pizza
  • Directions:
    • Dissolve yeast in water.
    • Add sugar, salt, vegetable oil, and 1 ¼ cups of flour.
    • Beat until smooth and knead in remaining flour.
    • Cover the dough and let it rise in a warm place for one hour.
    • Flatten dough on a cookie sheet.
    • Spread pizza sauce on the dough.
    • Personalize your pizza with toppings such as sausage, pepperoni, mushrooms, green peppers, or onions.
    • Sprinkle cheese and Italian seasoning on the sauce.
    • Bake at 375 degrees for 15-20 minutes.
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