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  • - So, today we are making pizza, but there is one rule:

  • we cannot make any waste.

  • - I'm Auri.

  • I make environmental content here at Buzzfeed,

  • and I try my best to live zero waste.

  • I'm a pretty basic chef.

  • I make a lot of plant-based meals.

  • I have never made a pizza,

  • and I'm gonna be asking you lots of questions

  • if that's okay. - Yeah.

  • Yeah, of course.

  • Pizza is very simple.

  • It's flour, water, yeast, and salt and sugar.

  • I think we can make little waste as possible.

  • - Food waste is not necessarily bad,

  • but for the sake of this challenge,

  • we're gonna try to make no waste.

  • If you wanna learn more

  • about sustainability and healthy living,

  • check out Goodful's YouTube channel.

  • I just wanna shop for myself here.

  • Not bad, not bad.

  • So, I'm thinking about making a simple veggie pizza

  • topped with vegan parmesan and some ginger crispies.

  • I think because I'm making a pizza without cheese

  • I really gotta hit you with some other flavors.

  • - I think flour is there.

  • I'm going to make Margherita pizza

  • because it's such a simple ingredient.

  • Simple ingredients means

  • I don't think I will create a lot of trash.

  • We need oregano.

  • - Oh, I found one without a sticker.

  • Oh, okay.

  • - I'm going to make pizza dough using bread flour.

  • It has more gluten, so it has a kind of chewy texture.

  • - So, oil is something that's hard to find zero waste.

  • So, we did end up having to purchase glass container of oil,

  • which we can recycle, but it's not completely zero waste.

  • So, instead of regular cheese,

  • I'm making vegan parmesan with cashews

  • and nutritional yeast from the bulk bins.

  • - Margherita pizza has mozzarella cheese.

  • Mozzarella cheese is very difficult to make.

  • - Okay, I think we should go more boiling water.

  • (groans) Mother of pearl.

  • - So, I'm gonna just buy mozzarella cheese.

  • If you go to cheese shop,

  • I have a feeling they might sell it in bulk.

  • We asked the shop staff.

  • They were a little bit hesitant.

  • - People aren't really used to you asking to put things

  • in your own container,

  • but as long as you're friendly and nice,

  • it usually works out.

  • And that's exactly what we did.

  • - We got it.

  • Good job, Auri.

  • (laughing) - Good job, Rie.

  • - [Both] We are back.

  • - And I'm so excited to make dough.

  • I've never made dough. - Yay.

  • So, first, we gonna activate yeast.

  • And unfortunately, there is our count of one waste.

  • You can already see bubble.

  • We are going to put salt and olive oil.

  • Pour the yeast mixture right in there.

  • - Oh, and I can really smell it.

  • - So, we have to knead it in order to get that nice chew.

  • It's really wet. - Yeah.

  • - So, what you are looking for is when you poke the finger,

  • it should be bouncing back.

  • - This is very satisfying.

  • - I feel like I got extra skin.

  • - Oh, that was like a jump. - Yeah.

  • This is gross bowl, (laughs)

  • so I wanna get a new bowl with olive oil

  • and rest it for a few hours.

  • We gonna just put it in a warm, comfy place for our baby.

  • (laughing)

  • - So cute.

  • Bye, yeast baby. - Go, baby.

  • - Oh, yeah. - Okay.

  • I named to dough Doughby.

  • - Doughby? - Yeah.

  • - That's cute. (laughing)

  • We got our dough.

  • - So, we are going to punch the dough, release the gas,

  • reshape it. - We're gonna punch it?

  • - Yeah, so it creates bunch of gas inside,

  • so you kinda wanna release the gas.

  • - Oh, this is so satisfying.

  • - And we are going to reshape it.

  • We release the gas.

  • We are making two pizza, so I'm going to cut in half.

  • We are going to reshape the dough.

  • Kind of close the seam.

  • We just want to make really cute...

  • - Wow, yours is so nice. (laughing)

  • - Our dough boys. - Yay.

  • - [Rie] So, we gonna just rest it.

  • - [Auri] Do we get to take a nap now?

  • - One hour nap. - Okay.

  • - I made pizza before,

  • but I've never made pizza sauce with fresh tomato.

  • - Most recipes for pizza sauce call for

  • a can of tomato sauce,

  • and so, we're trying to just take the tomatoes

  • and make our own sauce.

  • And I'm hoping that it'll taste good,

  • but I'm a little worried.

  • All washed.

  • We did it.

  • - We are cutting tomato half.

  • We are going to coat with olive oil and put salt and pepper.

  • - What do you think we can do to have that rich,

  • tomato paste flavor?

  • - If we roast it low and slow,

  • it will develop kind of a concentrated flavors I'm hoping.

  • - Salt bae over here.

  • - Do you wanna do it?

  • Do you wanna salt bae? - No.

  • - So, now we are going to roast the tomatoes.

  • Now, we gonna make your cheese.

  • I'm gonna see how you make it

  • 'cause I've never made vegan cheese before.

  • - So, I'm gonna be using nooch,

  • whish is a deactivated yeast from molasses,

  • and it's really high in B vitamins.

  • It has a really deep, cheesy flavor.

  • And cashews, garlic powder, and salt to make our parmesan.

  • Guess we'll try it.

  • - Oh, wow.

  • It's good.

  • It's almost tastes like cheese.

  • (laughing)

  • - These are my toppings.

  • - And this is my ingredient.

  • - Oh, cheese. - Just one.

  • - I'm gonna be sauteing all these vegetables.

  • (elevator music)

  • - I'm done.

  • - Oh, wow. (laughing)

  • - Can I help you?

  • - If you want, yeah.

  • Food waste I don't worry as much about

  • because it's an organic matter and it decomposes over time,

  • whereas plastic can take up to 450 years to break down.

  • So, I really try to avoid plastic

  • because that really stays in our environment.

  • And also, only 9% of plastic actually gets recycled,

  • and now I'm crying 'cause I'm cutting onions.

  • - You are. - So, like, really,

  • try not to make plastic, guys.

  • - I'm going to make tomato sauce

  • and we are going to make the topping.

  • I sauteed the onion, and this is roasted tomato.

  • We roasted at 300 for one hour.

  • It's gonna be our pizza sauce.

  • I hope it's enough for both of us.

  • - I hope so too.

  • We'll have to divvy it up.

  • - Right, I hope it works.

  • It's still missing a little bit that deep flavor,

  • but it has kind of sweet and fresh flavor I like.

  • So, we can do it.

  • We don't need a canned tomato.

  • - [Auri] Woo!

  • - Now, we're gonna shape the dough.

  • So, put some flour on the surface and then take the dough.

  • - Oh, it feels even more different than before.

  • It's more fragile or something, it's cool.

  • - So, you're gonna push and kinda shape like a pizza shape.

  • So, I'm kinda doing ripple.

  • My pizza has a little bit thicker crust on the outside,

  • so I'm stretching center part more than the outer side.

  • Make it fancy.

  • Let's put the topping.

  • - Yay, let's dress these pizzas.

  • Looks like pizza sauce.

  • I'm pretty proud of us.

  • - I'm going to put mozzarella cheese.

  • - Okay, I'm gonna put on my toppings.

  • I have quite a lot of toppings,

  • so we'll see if it breaks apart in the oven.

  • - [Rie] Oh, nice.

  • You can just drop it.

  • (yelling) (laughing)

  • - [Auri] Okay.

  • Okay, that's not so bad.

  • - Now, we gonna put it in the oven.

  • I'm heating baking sheet upside down,

  • so creating really hot surface.

  • It's kinda like searing steak.

  • - Oh, it looks so good.

  • - Our beautiful baby's out of the oven.

  • (laughing)

  • Can I say that?

  • Pizza is out from the oven.

  • I'm going to garnish with fresh basil.

  • You wanna put basil after pizza is baked

  • because you kinda want to have a nice, fresh basil flavor.

  • The finishing touch.

  • We did it! - Yay.

  • - [Rie] Our pizza looks beautiful.

  • In my pizza, it's just very simple straightforward pizza,

  • but this is how I like it.

  • - So, at the beginning,

  • I was really nervous about making pizza from scratch

  • 'cause I haven't done that before,

  • but it was just to fun to make with Rie,

  • and she's so knowledgeable.

  • I think the pizzas turned out really great.

  • So, I'm really impressed

  • with the amount of waste that we created.

  • Zero waste just means trying to send

  • as little as possible to landfill.

  • It doesn't meat trying to be perfect

  • and not making any trash because that's impossible.

  • I'm excited to try.

  • I have no idea what this tastes like.

  • - Well, let's eat. - Yes!

  • - So, let's bring our friends over and have them taste it.

  • I made classic Margherita.

  • - We're all just watching you.

  • (all talking)

  • - I love a good fluffy crust.

  • - [All] Mm!

  • - Like it? - I love it.

  • - Yay! - It's so fresh.

  • The tomato's really fresh.

  • - Very good pizza. - True.

  • - [Blonde Woman] Very good.

  • Great job.

  • Great job, guys, well done.

  • - [Woman] Pizza!

  • - [Blonde Woman] Pizza.

  • So, no pizza box, I guess.

  • (upbeat music)

- So, today we are making pizza, but there is one rule:

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