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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic' started by Car crusher, Apr 4, 2014.
Very true, but the time that takes... might as well order a whole new pizza
Then you would have even more leftover pizza though
You speak like this is a problem.
I am of the opinion that too much left over pizza is bad. If you can't finish it in time then you have spoiled pizza and are a shame to the human race. No pizza should ever have the chance to spoil.
it was just a simple question, not even a question, just a joke, now what is this, science class?
Yessir, it is indeed.
But then you feel obligated to eat the rest of the pizza, and that's not good either because pizza will make you put on weight real fast.
I always end up with a couple slices wrapped in foil in my fridge lol. Honestly as long as you have a proper way to reheat it--like a toaster oven--leftover pizza is fine, better even. But eating a whole thing in once sitting just to keep it from spoiling? Hell nah, I can only eat about 2 slices per 3 hours.
I tried reheating it with a toaster, I put it sideways, then I walk away for 1 MINUTE, and it all catches on fire, lol
Hence why I said toaster oven
there's a reason why regular toasters are mainly used for bread and, if you're a complete and utter psychopath, pop tarts.
um, I just learned that the entire Ebisu Circuit just had a landslide
So did the pacific coastal highway
practically, Japan + 7.3 Earthquake = no ebisu drifting
Wrong, wrong wrong.
If you microwave your pizza, wait for it to start sizzling, this usually happens at around 30-45 seconds.
If you are using an oven/microwave oven, then you want to be at 300ºF, in itself for no more than 1-2 minutes depending on how you like it.
If the cheese is melting, then you should take it out.
Idk man. In my experience, microwaving pizza just makes for a mediocre rubbery triangle.
When I hear noises that are coming from pizza in microwave, it is ready
When I see smoke I know its ready ;-)
You're keeping it in for too short probably, try going for longer
good rule of thumb.
You dummy, your supposed to put it over Chernobyl reactor 4 for a good 30 minutes, then you got a nice cheesy pizza all ready for some eatin.