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"Believe it or not, Americans eat 75 acres of pizza a day."
-Boyd Matson, National Geographic explorer
You deserve your share of that acreage and this pizza is the real deal. If you don't want to make your own tomato sauce using one of the bottled sauces works fine. The Newman's Own® Marinara sauce is a good choice and not too terribly high in sodium (it will add about 225 mg of sodium to this recipe). It has a good sweet flavor that's just right for pizza. You can also look for a low-sodium tomato sauce if you are on a salt restricted diet -- they are much easier to find these days.
Here's the detailed recipe for the Pepperoni Pizza and the Whole Wheat Pizza Dough (Mixed by Hand or Using a Bread Machine).