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Towely  [Member]
9/8/2008 6:08:01 PM EST
in the fridge?
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AngeredKabar  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:08:50 PM EST
Depends on your stomach.

Technically, 4 days max.
gaspain  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:09:46 PM EST
48 hrs
MUZZLDR03  [Member]
9/8/2008 6:10:21 PM EST
It depends on how much you drank that night
furball75  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:11:44 PM EST
in the fridge 2-3 days max ,fridges are humid and mozz cheese don't like it to well




eta: manager of a pizza shop
MillerSHO  [Member]
9/8/2008 6:11:49 PM EST
2 days in the box

3-4 wrapped up in plastic wrap.
Heating it back up slowly in the oven helps.
macro  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:13:18 PM EST
Pizza goes bad?
Taxman  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:13:30 PM EST
I get 2 days without the fridge

Its all eaten by then
mad-mike  [Member]
9/8/2008 6:14:07 PM EST
Damn, I'm a nasty bastard. Not long ago I went to Little Sleazer's and got a Hot 'N Ready, ate some, left it on the counter when I went to the field for like 3 or 4 days, came home and finished it off. And it still tasted outstanding.
LouisianaCarry  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:14:19 PM EST
3-4 weeks, easily
Towely  [Member]
9/8/2008 6:15:57 PM EST
Well this one's gonna have to last a week. Ordered pizza w/ a girl last night and there was a lot left. I forgot my share in her dorm and I probably wont be up there till this coming weekend.

I'll give an AAR after I eat it.
1shott  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:16:36 PM EST
Never makes it past 24hrs at my house....
CZ75_9MM  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:16:45 PM EST
You are suppose to put it in the fridge?
gonzo_beyondo  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:16:52 PM EST
Depends on how long the cheese, sauce, pepperoni etc...
were sitting out on the make table.

See, pizzerias take that stuff out of the fridge, and it sits out.
You can't have AC in the kitchen, so it's hot as fuck.
Stuff gets refilled throughout the day then the container gets put into the fridge at night.

Personally, I tend to trust pizzerias...
I worked in a few around here back in the day and nothing was disgusting.
However, I have a two day rule.
I've had stomach aches from 2-day pizza, probably the sauce, so I won't go past that.
Treelo  [Member]
9/8/2008 6:17:00 PM EST

Originally Posted By LouisianaCarry:
3-4 weeks, easily



Scooter4736  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:17:30 PM EST
Several days. In my humble opinion, go to Wal-Mart and buy one of their Great Value brand fresh deli pizzas. They are very good cooked right in your own oven. So good in fact, you won't have to wonder about left-over pizza.
Loki41872  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:17:51 PM EST
It's good untill it's green, baby!
gonzo_beyondo  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:18:11 PM EST

Originally Posted By mad-mike:
Damn, I'm a nasty bastard. Not long ago I went to Little Sleazer's and got a Hot 'N Ready, ate some, left it on the counter when I went to the field for like 3 or 4 days, came home and finished it off. And it still tasted outstanding.


That stuff is probably filled with preservatives.
Thats not really "pizza" in the normal sense, it's fast food pizza like substance.
Much like a McDonalds cheeseburger that'll never mold and even bugs won't touch.
ChuckyT  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:18:41 PM EST
Cold pizza FTW!
103  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:19:04 PM EST
Ziplock bags. Maybe a week or so?
gonzo_beyondo  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:19:18 PM EST

Originally Posted By CZ75_9MM:
You are suppose to put it in the fridge?


Yeah man, it's cheese and tomato sauce!

What do you think?
sauer800  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:19:57 PM EST
Pizza never lasts more than 24 hours in my house. So I wouldnt know.
The_Sgt_Rock  [Member]
9/8/2008 6:21:03 PM EST
And here I was going to say 5 days.
Eh, never hurt me before.
CanadianDave  [Member]
9/8/2008 6:22:50 PM EST

Originally Posted By macro:
Pizza goes bad?


+1

glockfan45  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:22:57 PM EST
Now that Pizza Hut does the $5 pizzas I stock up on them. Hell its cheaper than grocery shopping! I keep pizza in the fridge for 3-4 days most of the time.
MUZZLDR03  [Member]
9/8/2008 6:23:00 PM EST

Originally Posted By Scooter4736:
Several days. In my humble opinion, go to Wal-Mart and buy one of their Great Value brand fresh deli pizzas. They are very good cooked right in your own oven. So good in fact, you won't have to wonder about left-over pizza.


Pizza made in CHINA
akcaribouhunter  [Member]
9/8/2008 6:26:18 PM EST
The last at least a week in the fridge in the box. When the weather is cool we have left them on the counter for the same amount of time.
furball75  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:26:50 PM EST

Originally Posted By gonzo_beyondo:
Depends on how long the cheese, sauce, pepperoni etc...
were sitting out on the make table.

See, pizzerias take that stuff out of the fridge, and it sits out.
You can't have AC in the kitchen, so it's hot as fuck.
Stuff gets refilled throughout the day then the container gets put into the fridge at night.

Personally, I tend to trust pizzerias...
I worked in a few around here back in the day and nothing was disgusting.
However, I have a two day rule.
I've had stomach aches from 2-day pizza, probably the sauce, so I won't go past that.


refridgerated make lines keeps stuff nice and cold and when something runs low or out you switch out the pan for a new one never refill the old one, bad heath code mojo around here
doc_Zox  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:28:02 PM EST
I got food poisoning from a spoiled slice of 'za from a Sbarro

prolly to long under the heat lights

chilled in a fridge its pretty safe

acid sauce, bread
and cheese can be left in a cave till it turns green
stealbear  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:29:09 PM EST
2-3 days in the fridge?It's more thatn that. I know for a fact it's that even at room temp i found that out during a huricane where my version of preps was to order a bunch of pizza.
oldschool63  [Member]
9/8/2008 6:29:38 PM EST
24 HRS


_DR  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:32:39 PM EST

Originally Posted By macro:
Pizza goes bad?


No, it's a myth spread by the Obama campaign.
pv74  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:35:40 PM EST
When in doubt....

Throw it OUT
Treadhead  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:37:10 PM EST
'till you get around to eatin' it by golly!

kayamana  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:39:42 PM EST

Originally Posted By sauer800:
Pizza never lasts more than 24 hours in my house. So I wouldnt know.


This.
gonzo_beyondo  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:40:11 PM EST

Originally Posted By furball75:

Originally Posted By gonzo_beyondo:
Depends on how long the cheese, sauce, pepperoni etc...
were sitting out on the make table.

See, pizzerias take that stuff out of the fridge, and it sits out.
You can't have AC in the kitchen, so it's hot as fuck.
Stuff gets refilled throughout the day then the container gets put into the fridge at night.

Personally, I tend to trust pizzerias...
I worked in a few around here back in the day and nothing was disgusting.
However, I have a two day rule.
I've had stomach aches from 2-day pizza, probably the sauce, so I won't go past that.


refridgerated make lines keeps stuff nice and cold and when something runs low or out you switch out the pan for a new one never refill the old one, bad heath code mojo around here



Oh sure, but I never once saw a health inspector, and I spent a good many years in the food business.
While you aren't supposed to refill a container, it's done regularly.
Not the sauce, that's normally something you switch out.
Cheese and pepperoni though, often just gets topped off.

Quality control tends to take a massive shit around here, once the boss ain't around.


For example, a biggie with me... I won't eat ketchup from dispensers.
People top them off, they don't wash em out. Ketchup does go bad.
I knew someone who ended up in the hospital from bad dispenser ketchup.
Scooter4736  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:40:50 PM EST

Originally Posted By MUZZLDR03:

Originally Posted By Scooter4736:
Several days. In my humble opinion, go to Wal-Mart and buy one of their Great Value brand fresh deli pizzas. They are very good cooked right in your own oven. So good in fact, you won't have to wonder about left-over pizza.


Pizza made in CHINA




Chinese cuisine uses little to no cheese. Yes, it's fresh pizza made right here in the good ol' USA.
mo98  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:46:20 PM EST
now 2-3 days in refrigerator

in college 3-4 days without refrigerator
texas_mustang_01  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:46:43 PM EST
Until it turns green.

If it's green, just scrape it off and cook it a little longer.
furball75  [Team Member]
9/8/2008 6:56:09 PM EST

Originally Posted By gonzo_beyondo:

Originally Posted By furball75:

Originally Posted By gonzo_beyondo:
Depends on how long the cheese, sauce, pepperoni etc...
were sitting out on the make table.

See, pizzerias take that stuff out of the fridge, and it sits out.
You can't have AC in the kitchen, so it's hot as fuck.
Stuff gets refilled throughout the day then the container gets put into the fridge at night.

Personally, I tend to trust pizzerias...
I worked in a few around here back in the day and nothing was disgusting.
However, I have a two day rule.
I've had stomach aches from 2-day pizza, probably the sauce, so I won't go past that.


refridgerated make lines keeps stuff nice and cold and when something runs low or out you switch out the pan for a new one never refill the old one, bad heath code mojo around here



Oh sure, but I never once saw a health inspector, and I spent a good many years in the food business.
While you aren't supposed to refill a container, it's done regularly.
Not the sauce, that's normally something you switch out.
Cheese and pepperoni though, often just gets topped off.

Quality control tends to take a massive shit around here, once the boss ain't around.


For example, a biggie with me... I won't eat ketchup from dispensers.
People top them off, they don't wash em out. Ketchup does go bad.
I knew someone who ended up in the hospital from bad dispenser ketchup.


I never use any ketchup,steak sauce or any reusable bottle when i go out to eat .I always ask for a new bottle ,if the safty seal is broken it goes back. There are to many idiots that will put weird shit in the bottle and the waitress/waiter don't think to check the bottle
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