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Recipe:When it comes to the Simple to Impressive ratio, or STI, this is one of the best recipes out there. Making pizza from scratch is not only delicious but it will blow your friends minds. You'll be hearing comments like "holy shit? Damn, you really made this? From scratch? Man that is awesome!"The dough takes a little while to get used to but it is extremely versatile, you can make pizza, you can make flatbreads, white bread loafs, you can grill it, bake it or even fry it. All we ask is that you attempt to make it, remember that not everything always turns out perfect the first time, and keep trying until you get something delicious.Pizza is a great date night food and a great way to feed a crowd on a tight budget. If you don't want to make the dough you can buy a dough ball for $3-4 at your local pizza shop or grocery store. Rock it!Ingredients:1 Cup of Warm Water (Between 110 and 115 Degree F)1 Packed of Active Dry Yeast or 2 and 1/2 teaspoons3-4 Cups of Flour1-2 t of Salt1 t of Honey1. Mix the warm water, honey and the yeast together well and let that sit until it gets all nice and bubbly. Add in a splash of olive oil or other oil if you'd like.2. Take a large bowl and add 2 cups of flour and the salt. Stir in the warm water and mix and mix and mix. As the mixture begins to make love to itself keep adding flour until your water/flour turns in to somewhat of a dough creature. This dough creature will eventually want to stop being beaten with a spoon and come out.3. Sprinkle some flour on to an open space that you can cook on and add the dough creature. Mix him around and knead adding flour as you go until the dough creature begins to form in to a ball.4. At this point wash your hands and get off all of the dough creature crap. Continue kneading and keep on doing so, adding more flour, until the dough becomes smooth and does not stick to your hands.5. Let the dough rest in a bowl that is covered with olive oil. Cover with plastic wrap or a towel and let sit until it rises 2 to 3 times the size.6. Boom, pizza dough.Note: The warm water needs to be around 110-115 Degrees to active the yeast otherwise the dough will not rise. Thing is most people don't have thermometers or a way to gauge the temperature so I always use the body temperature method. If the water feels a little warm when you touch it it is probably around the right temperature since body temp is around 98.5 anything warm to your touch should be okay. Thermometer is the best method but i've used this a million times and have had great dough.Website - http://brothersgreen.com/Youtube - http://www.youtube.com/brothersgreeneatsInstagram - http://instagram.com/brothersgreenTwitter - https://twitter.com/BrothersGreenBKFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/BrothersGreenEats