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I heard that this is the latest craze in pizza toppings. I saw some at the store, and was thinking about making a pizza with it. Any input?
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Bet that would taste awesome on pizza, Rob.
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I hope so! I've never tasted it.
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From what I googled, I am ready to try it. Here is some of what I read. http://www.pizzamaking.com/forum/index.php?topic=5145.0
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I eat it with cheese and crackers all the time. It's fattier, less spicy than pepperoni. A nice sharp cheddar or some good olives cuts the fat a bit.
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Oh my!

http://ahungrybear.com/2009/09/eggpl...ressata-pizza/
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it's very tasty stuff - I like to use a very thin slice on stuff like a ham sandwich. I always get it very very thinly sliced - I'm sorta' known as
"oh, oh. it's that 0-2 on the dial guy . . ."

be aware - it can be a bit 'stringy' - it would do a pizza proud but I'd dice or julienne into strips so it doesn't pull the rest of the pizza onto your lap....

ps: it comes in hot/spicy and sweet - I like the sweet better but then again I'm not a big 'hot stuff' fan
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The Soppressata was very good! It was mild, but meaty. Not spicy like pepperoni, and not too salty like other kinds of salami. I don't think it will replace pepperoni for me, but it's definitely worth trying.

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Looks good Rob!
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Mmmm that does look good. I'll take a slice with the olives.
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Mmmm that does look good. I'll take a slice with the olives.
X2!!!!!! Yummy!
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