Company looking to pay people up to $1,000 a day to taste test pizza from home

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One company is offering people up to $1,000 a day to sit at home and taste test pizza. 

According to CNBC, pizza oven company Ooni is going to pay 10 people $350 to $1,000 to be pizza taste-testers.

Ooni, the maker of wood-fired pizza ovens, is interested in “novices through to professional pizzaioli,” Darina Garland, co-founder of Ooni, tells CNBC Make It.

The tasters will be expected to make their own pizzas with a variety of ingredients and provide feedback on new pizza products. Ooni will even pay for all your ingredients.

Pay depends on experience, and how much time a person spends on tasting the pizzas.

According to Garland, the $300 rate would be someone who can make and stretch their own dough, but has never worked professionally in a kitchen.

The person making $1,000 would be someone who has added skill sets of making pizza, filming their baking skills and or has worked as a cook. 

To apply for the job, send a video by October 14, explaining why you would be great as a pizza taste-tester.

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