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Sep 12, 2009 06:43 AM

Trader Joe's pizza dough- frozen

I have bags of dough from Trader Joe's that I froze. What do I do with them now? Defrost and use?

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  1. Here's from a thread a while back:

    "re: c oliver If you're talking about the TJ's dough that comes refrigerated in a bag.. I freeze it all the time. It freezes great. To use it, I take the frozen dough out of the bag, plop it into an oiled bowl and cover with a towel. I usually do this in the morning before work and come home like 8 hours later and it's perfect. It might take less time to defrost and rise.

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    cheesecake17 Feb 02, 2009 08:57AM "

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    1. re: c oliver

      Thanks for this post - I have a couple bags of TJ's dough that I need to take care of.

      1. re: GeeBeeEmm

        Someone else posted that s/he buys them ten at a time and flattens them before freezing so that they stack/store better. I keep meaning to do that because TJs is an hour drive from us.