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Day old cold pizza: yes or no?

If yes: with or without ranch?

Hello, breakfast…

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  1. Aida says:

    YES… NO… :)))

  2. Ruchita says:

    Day old pizza? Yes, but slightly warmed in the microwave. Making a note to try it with ranch dressing next time. Now I’m hungry. :-)

  3. Shannon says:

    1) yes
    2) of course; specifically, for the crust.

  4. Kalli says:

    Yes and yes! Day old cold pizza is one of my favorite breakfasts! Wow, that sounds kinda gross written out though hahaha.
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  5. Katherine G says:

    I love cold pizza…never tried it with Ranch though! Something to try next time I get/make pizza.

  6. Ellen says:

    1 – YES. Straight out of the refrigerator. Yum.
    2 – Never done it, can’t judge either way :)

  7. I have to vote no but only on the cold part. I need to heat it up. And no ranch, thanks.
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  8. Peggy Wan says:

    Yes, and of course with ranch!

  9. Tennyoceres says:

    1. YES. Many potential college and hangover disasters averted thanks to day old cold/room temperature pizza.
    2. No. My husband is the ranch/dipping sauce fiend.

  10. Karla says:

    I love cold and day old pizza more than when it’s freshly baked lol but at times I do crave a crunchy crust so I reheat in the oven :)
    And yea! I do love ranch for pizza, but not everytime or every bite

  11. Steph says:

    Yes to cold pizza, maybe to the ranch!
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  12. Bah, no! I never understood why anyone likes this. Same thing with day old spaghetti. Brrrr.
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  13. CrystalCandy says:

    My boyfriend do it all the time. Me? No, I can’t even eat pie if it’s not warm. lol
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  14. Alison M says:

    Only if it’s been sitting out all night. If it’s been in the fridge at all, the pizza needs to be reheated. Ranch? Heck yes! Melted garlic butter? Even better!
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  15. Tuhina Dayal says:

    Yes, and definitely Yes!

  16. Melissa says:

    Day old pizza with Ranch, definitely!

  17. Diana says:

    Never eaten it that way, but I am gonna judge anyway. NO and um…NO. It just doesn’t sound good at all.

  18. Lilit says:

    YES!!! Cold, straight out of the fridge, no sauce. The husband thinks it’s the most disgusting thing ever, but I say “More for me!”
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  19. Twiggly Wiggly says:

    Yes but reheated in a frying pan! Saw this awesome tip on Youtube and I’ll never eat soggy reheated microwave pizza again!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWIJNaA-JNA

  20. Angel says:

    LOL, this is what I had for lunch today! Love pizza with Ranch, my husband thinks its disgusting ha ha.

  21. Patty says:

    YES, to day old cold pizza! Love it! Never tried it with ranch dressing, but now I will. I usually just sprinkle a little salt on it. :)

  22. Penelope says:

    Day Old Pizza!? Absolutely, yes. With ranch sauce? Even better. That picture is making me drool. LOL
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  23. Karen: you are AWESOME! Cold, day-old pizza is the BEST–especially with lots of ranch and sriracha sauce mixed together! Try it–I swear you’ll love it!
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  24. Kim says:

    Reheated in the microwave and ranch for the crust (or sometimes bleu cheese). :)

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