JB's Home Pizza
I know Mozzarella abroad is expensive (which makes no sense since producing it is very cheap. If you are interested, when I have time I will make a thread on how to make it at home. Is time consuming but very very cheap and the result is amazing). Also here its price is sky-high: I use it in the restaurant but never at home.
Yes, the tomato sauce is a little bit acidic (not too much if you use mature fruits and moreover you will put just few) but always better than canned products. If you worry about the acids, change some of the green peppers with rucola (raw) or eggplants.
A question: do you make the dough by yourself or you use an industrial product?
Rather off topic, but...
Rather off-topic, but I read in another thread that you use olive oil for frying (I forgot where, and correct me if I'm wrong). If that's the case, I would suggest you not to do it: that's a common mistake. Olive oil is light and health if raw but, when it reaches high temperatures, becomes one of the worst products for frying: heavy and dangerous. Even when used for cooking (inside a sauce for pasta, for instance) we always put it a few seconds before turning off the stove.
This is what I know for sure but I also read somewhere that at high temperatures (like using it for making french fries) can favor cancer (but I never found anything else about this so it could just be a myth).
: Offtopic tags added.