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Makes (by default) a very quick (45m total rise time) pan pizza, baked at 550f.
This script depends on
Check out the wiki article on custom recipes.
Usage: ./pizza.sh [ -f <N> ] [ -c <N> ] [ -r <recipe> ] [ <pan diameter>(in|inch|\") ] ./pizza.sh [ -f <N> ] [ -c <N> ] [ -r <recipe> ] [ <pan width>x<pan length>(in|inch|\") ] ./pizza.sh [ -r <recipe> ] [ <flour weight>g ] ./pizza.sh -h ./pizza.sh [ -v <variation> ] [ -r <recipe> ] -i Options: -h Print this help -i Print the instructions -f <N> Set flour per square inch (default: 2.122) -c <N> Set the count (default: 1) -v <variation> Set instruction variation (default: standmixer) -r <recipe> Set recipe (default: quick) Notes: The dough can be kept overnight in the refidgerator if needed Water may also be used in place of beer Try adding your choice of spices and/or herbs into the dough for more flavor If you skip the dimention input in interactive mode, it will ask for flour weight instead!
Recipe (specifically for -r quick)
How to make the quick calculator pizza, standmixer edition: 1: warm beer to ~100f, combine with sugar and yeast in mixing bowl 2: then add flour, salt, oil, monosodium glutamate, and butter extract 3: mix for 4 minutes, then shape into ball 4: rise for 15 minutes 5: mix for 5 minutes, shape into ball again 6: rise again for 15 minutes 7: turn onto, then shape to pan 8: rise for 10 minutes 9: add sauce, toppings 10: bake at 550f until done
As mentioned at the beginning of this file,
bc is a requirement to running, along with a few other common shell utilities.
While it is possible to simply clone this git repositiory and simply run
./pizza.sh, one might be interested in a system wide installation.
In that case, the recommended install instructions are as follows:
sudo su cd /usr/local/share/ git clone https://git.skeh.site/ida/pizzacalc.git ln -s /usr/local/share/pizzacalc/pizza.sh /usr/local/bin/pizza
(Most GNU/Linux distributions will already have
/usr/local/bin/ in their paths.)