Kaizen Casa Acacia Wood Pizza Peel

Last updated date: August 10, 2020

DWYM Score
9.4

Kaizen Casa Acacia Wood Pizza Peel

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Overall Take

This pizza peel is highly versatile and can be used for everything from a cutting board to a charcuterie tray. Of course, if you do use it for pizza, it has a beveled edge to make sliding the pizza out easier. There's even a hole on the end of the handle for hanging the peel when not in use. In our analysis of 19 expert reviews, the Kaizen Casa Kaizen Casa Acacia Wood Pizza Peel placed 6th when we looked at the top 15 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note August 10, 2020:
Checkout The Best Pizza Peel for a detailed review of all the top pizza peels.

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From The Manufacturer

"Premium acacia wood is known for its rich, contrasting colors and natural chatoyancy. Easy to Carry Handle - The sturdy handle makes transporting easy. The grommet on the handle allows the board to be hung while not in use.Serve cheese and Sandwiches - The sturdy design of the board can also be used to prepare and serve sandwiches. This Cheese board is made of high quality acacia wood.The perfect centerpiece for any dinner party and a great gift for any cheese lover."

Overall Product Rankings

New Star Foodservice 50301 Wooden Pizza Peel
1. New Star Foodservice 50301 Wooden Pizza Peel
Overall Score: 9.9
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SPLENDR Aluminum Pizza Peel & Foldable Wood Handle
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Overall Score: 9.7
Expert Reviews: 2
Pizza Royale Natural Bamboo Pizza Peel
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Kaizen Casa Acacia Wood Pizza Peel
6. Kaizen Casa Acacia Wood Pizza Peel
Overall Score: 9.4
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Uuni Pro Pizza Peel
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Trendeer Stainless Steel Folding Handle Pizza Peel
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Caveman Folding Wood Handle Aluminum Metal Pizza Peel
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CreazyBee Aluminum Spatula Pizza Peel
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ESSENNT Natural Acacia Wood Pizza Peel
13. ESSENNT Natural Acacia Wood Pizza Peel
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An Overview On Pizza Peels

You and your household may be among the Americans that consume an astounding 350 slices of pizza per second, as pizza is one of the most popular foods in the United States. If you prefer homemade pizza to store-bought, you’ll want to make sure you have the right tools on hand. The first item you’ll want to buy is a pizza peel.

When shopping for a pizza peel, consider the oven you’re going to be using, as well as the size of the pizza. For example, certain pizza peels are made for use in specific ovens. Some are also designed for use with large pizzas. Other models on the market can be used in home ovens. Available peel sizes range from small to extra-large.

Next, take a look at the material used to construct the pizza peel. The SPLENDR Aluminum Pizza Peel & Foldable Wood Handle has a food-grade aluminum blade and a natural oak wooden handle. It’s lightweight and easy to maneuver. Other models are made out of attractive acacia wood and may have shorter or longer handles.

Consider a pizza peel with a unique design that improves the function of the peel. For example, some peels feature a beveled edge to make scooping up the pizza and sliding it off a breeze. They also sometimes have an added hole at the end of the handle for hanging the peel when not in use.

If you’re trying to decide between two different models, go with the one that offers the most value. For example, the Chef Pomodoro Aluminum Pizza Peel & Foldable Wood Handle is foldable. The handle folds down and even snaps off for easy cleaning. It also fits neatly in a kitchen drawer or cabinet. Others offer an added bonus, like a complimentary pizza cutter.

DWYM Fun Fact

Did you know the first pizza parlor was open to the public back in 1830 in Naples, Italy? It was named Pizzeria Port’Alba and it’s still in business today. Here are a few more pizza fun facts:

  • In December 2012, the Guinness World Record for largest pizza went to NIPfood at Fiera Roma, in Rome, Italy. It measured over 13,580 square feet and was gluten-free.
  • Although National Pizza Day takes place on Feb. 9 each year, October is actually National Pizza Month.
  • Each year more than $28 billion in pizza is sold in the United States.
  • When it comes to pizza delivery, over 1 billion pies are delivered to homes throughout America each year.

The Pizza Peel Buying Guide

  • The best way to use a pizza peel is to sprinkle flour or cornmeal onto the surface and then add the raw dough. You’ll need to take a few minutes to stretch the dough and get it ready for your toppings. Then, construct the pizza right on the pizza peel. Use your favorite sauce, cheeses and extra toppings. Add spices and then slide the pizza in the oven using the peel. If you try to place the pizza on the peel after you make it, it’s going to be a struggle.
  • When you’re ready to release the pizza in the oven, you’ll need to slowly tilt the peel to assist the pie in sliding off the peel and into the oven. You might need to shake the peel a little during the transfer process. After the pizza has been cooked, it should be fairly easy to slide the peel underneath the pizza crust.
  • Always read the cleaning instructions on the pizza peel’s product packaging before you wash the peel. In general, most peels should not be soaked in water or washed in a dishwasher, although there are some exceptions. Use a little dish soap, water and a scrubber to carefully remove and clean the food on the peel. Rinse the soap away and set aside to air dry. If you’re using the peel in a commercial setting, you’ll also want to dip the peel in a sanitizing solution.
  • There are several factors that affect the price of a pizza peel. They include size, construction material and the length of the handle. The New Star Foodservice Wooden Pizza Peel and the Checkered Chef Stainless Steel Pizza Peel Paddle & Folding Handle are among the more affordable models on the market. The SPLENDR Aluminum Pizza Peel & Foldable Wood Handle is moderately priced, while the Chef Pomodoro Aluminum Pizza Peel & Foldable Wood Handle is able to command the highest price.