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Pizza Dough Calculation Tools
Online Pizza Dough Calculators

PIZZA DOUGH CALCULATION TOOLS

Lehmann Pizza Dough Calculator : This tool can be used to determine the ingredients and quantities needed to make any size and number of dough balls using the standard Lehmann dough formulation. Although this tool was specifically developed for the Lehmann dough formulation, it can also be used for any dough formulation using the same ingredients as the Lehmann formulation and for which there are known thickness factors, baker's percents and, in the case of the Dough Weight option, dough ball weights. For further details, click here

Deep-Dish Pizza Dough Calculator : This tool can be used to determine the ingredients and quantities needed to make any size and number of deep-dish dough balls using ingredients unique to the deep-dish style (commonly referred to as the “Chicago deep-dish style”). For further details, click here

Preferment Pizza Dough Calculator : This tool can be used to determine the ingredients and quantities needed to make pizza dough based on the use of preferments. The tool was specifically designed to be used with natural preferments consisting of only flour, water, salt and natural (wild) yeast. However, if desired, the user also has the option of supplementing the natural preferment with commercial yeast as part of the final dough mix. For further details, click here

Expanded Pizza Dough Calculator : This tool can be used to determine the ingredients and quantities needed to make any size and number of dough balls using ingredients selected from a list of over 40 ingredients. This broad selection of ingredients allows users to enter ingredients used in the majority of known dough formulations, including all of the standard pizza styles except for deep-dish and those employing preferments, for which specialized tools have already been posted above. For further details, click here

 
     

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