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How many of you eat left over cold pizza for breakfast?

Asked by tammy444 (94points) January 24th, 2008

cold pizza better the next morning

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GD_Kimble's avatar

I love cold pizza almost as much as warm, and it does indeed make a fabulous breakfast.

simone54's avatar

I never had it for breakfast but cold pizza is amazing. If I ever went somewhere to get a slice, I’d get two for three and take one home an put it in the fridge for later.

Fallstand's avatar

I only like dominos cold pizza.. I’m weird though

bob's avatar

Cold pizza is better than warm pizza, and if restaurants served cold pizza as a breakfast food, they would make lots of dough.

Or, they would need lots of dough. For the pizza.

segdeha's avatar

Love it! It’s been a while. Thanks for reminding me. I may have to buy a pie, just for this purpose…

kelly's avatar

Yep,since 1963;although I do heat it up somewhat.

El_Cadejo's avatar

Cold pizza ftw. Way better than warm pizza.

zina's avatar

i definitely eat leftover pizza for breakfast (yum yum yum)—- and pizza can be just as good or better the next morning——but i definitely wouldn’t go so far as to say that all COLD pizza is better than WARM pizza!!!

simone54's avatar

I hate this thread it makes me want pizza. Not this west coast cali stuff. The good east coast South Jersey kind.

hannahsugs's avatar

Yum yum, cold pizza for breakfast. The best I ever had was left-over deep dish pizza one early morning on a camping trip when I was a camp counselor. Even though the sprinklers had given us a nice soaking at 3 am the night before, and I’d spend the rest of the day herding excitable 6 year-olds, the pizza got me off to a good start!

boffin's avatar

Lunch the next day…
Not breakfast…Breakfast is beer and Frosty Flakes…
Ha, just kidding…

Allie's avatar

i do. i take it for lunch the day after and even if there is a microwave around, i usually dont heat it.

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