These crusts are versatile and really simple to make. You can make the dough a day or two in advance and keep it refrigerated in an airtight container until you want to use it. (If you do choose to refrigerate it, do so before you let it rise; upon removing it from the refrigerator, let it rise for two hours instead of one.) Have fun dressing it up for pizza (get the recipes for Pepper and Mushroom, Vegetable Eggplant, and Sardine Pizza Toppings) or use it as a focaccia or calzone dough. For another variation, try this simple pizza dough recipe by Estee Kafra.