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This might be the best way ever to reheat cold pizza

You’ll never use the microwave to reheat pizza again

Don't ruin a perfectly good slice of pizza in the microwave, y'all.
Don't ruin a perfectly good slice of pizza in the microwave, y'all. (Pexels.)

We’ve all been there: you order a delicious pizza from your favorite pizza place, but you can’t finish the entire thing.

Everyone knows it’s just not the same when reheated in the oven or microwave.

That’s why Howard Rosen shared a little gem on “The Best Advice Show” on how to properly reheat pizza so that’s it’s not soggy and greasy.

It’s this simple: All Rosen does is put a little bit of olive oil in a pan on top of the stove.

“Take a pan, put in some olive oil. Warm the olive oil for one minute," Rosen said.

Rosen cooks the pizza on the stove until it is warmed through on medium-low heat. He makes sure to cover it so that the top of the pizza gets warm, too.

What you’re not supposed to do is reheat the pizza in the microwave -- ever. It is the ultimate kiss of death to a perfectly good slice of pizza that could have been gently reheated on the stove.


Do you have some invaluable advice that you think everyone should know? Drop podcast creator Zak Rosen a line. Leave him a voicemail at 844-935-BEST.

Be sure to include your name and your tip, followed by your email address, in case Rosen has any follow-up questions.

He’s not so much interested in platitudes and truisms, but instead, looking for the specific, odd, uplifting, effective, real advice from you about how you make it through your days.

“The Best Advice Show" is a product of Graham Media Group.


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