How many ounces of dough do I need for a calzone?

Chef's answer
To make the calzone, decide what size you want to offer. I like to use 8 ounces of dough to make a 10-inch personal size calzone, or 11 ounces to make a large 12-inch calzone. Begin by opening the appropriate size dough ball up to the full diameter of the calzone size.Mar 8, 2013
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To make the calzone, decide what size you want to offer. I like to use 8 ounces of dough to make a 10-inch personal size calzone, or 11 ounces to make a large 12-inch calzone. Begin by opening the appropriate size dough ball up to the full diameter of the calzone size.Mar 8, 2013
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