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Watch your pizza being made in real-time

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Behold, Domino's new, and totally not pointless, experience of watching your pizza being made in real-time.

Available only in the Salt Lake city outlet, the new process means that from 11am-11pm you can track the whole of your order.

Five webcams have been placed in the Domino's kitchens so you can see how your pizza is being made from start to finish.

The offer is only available during May where customers can order online and then watch employees kneading dough, adding the toppings, placing the pizzas in the oven, and then finally pulling out the finished project and sending it to your door.

Bonus: this means you'll know if anything untoward has happened to your food.

Head to dominoslive.com for more information.

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