Place both spelt flours in a large bowl. Sprinkle the salt. Mix it all together.
Measure the refreshed active sourdough starter on top of flour, place warm water on top.
Start mixing all ingredients together. When it comes together, you can knead it on a clean worktop.
Knead it until the ball is smooth and has no lumps. Probaly 5 - 10 minutes.
Places it back in a bowl, sprinkled with flour, so the dough won’t stick. Cover and place in a room temperature, in a cooler place, for about 12 hours or in the fridge for up to 16 hours.
The dough should double in size. This recipe make two smaller, but still quit big pizzas or one large one. My family likes thicker crust, so I don’t roll it as much.
You can roll your pizza or try stretching it by hand.
Many pizza recipes call for a pizza baking stone etc., but I find it easier to preheat just the oven on a maximum.
In the meantime, I stretch the pizza dough and place it in an oiled baking tray. Then I place some of my favourite Low FODMAP pizza toppings, in a low FODMAP amounts.
Sprinkle the cheese on top and it goes in the oven! Reduce the temperature to 200 degrees C.
Bake for around 10 minutes. Ready!Enjoy!