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      Re: Is pineapple on pizza a sin

      Yes Pineapple on pizza is a sin.

      But its so good to sin.

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      Re: Is pineapple on pizza a sin

      Why pineapple on pizza is not a sin - by Stuffi

      First off, for us to decide whether or not pineapple is a suitable topping on a pizza, we must look at what a pizza is.
      A standard pizza ranges in size - 8" for personal, 10" for small, 12" for medium, 14" is large, 16" is extra-large and 18" is considered a New York style.
      There are three main food groups that go into a standard pizza - carb/starch, vegetable and dairy. These come in the form of the crust, tomato base and cheese. Anything beyond this is up to the consumer, and their preference. Now that we've established the basis of a pizza, we must now consider how they all work together.
      The crust is one of the - if not, THE most key ingredient here. It is the balance for all things savory, acidic, salty, sweet, etc.
      The tomato base is crucial. Too little = a lackluster pizza. Too much = there is never too much tomato base.
      Now, the cheese. The cheese acts as the glue, but the most delicious kind. It keeps that sauce and dough together and helps prevent it from falling apart, like a warm blanket that makes you feel safe at night.
      Now on to the main focus of the topic - is pineapple is a suitable topping in this case? Well, now that we've looked at the main ingredients to a pizza, let's compare.
      Since the crust is easily palatable and goes with any sense of taste, we can conclude that, yes, it will pair with the crust.
      The tomato base is what makes this work out so well. You see, tomatoes are acidic by nature, and when creating a tomato sauce, you must add sugar to cut the acidity. This is basic knowledge. By adding pineapple to this, not only are we strengthening that flavor of tomato by cutting that acidity, we are also adding a tart punch to the sauce, which makes it all stand out.
      And now the cheese. Cheese is fairly salty, and as we all know, sweet and salty go hand in hand. Don't believe me? Let's take a look at some other sweet and salty all-star combinations.
      - French fries and ice cream
      - Caramel popcorn
      - Chocolate covered bacon
      - Sea salt and chocolate

      In conclusion, pineapple is an ideal topping on pizza because of how well it pairs with every food group and flavor that goes into a pizza.

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      Re: Is pineapple on pizza a sin

      Quote Originally Posted by Stuffisshort View Post
      Why pineapple on pizza is not a sin - by Stuffi

      First off, for us to decide whether or not pineapple is a suitable topping on a pizza, we must look at what a pizza is.
      A standard pizza ranges in size - 8" for personal, 10" for small, 12" for medium, 14" is large, 16" is extra-large and 18" is considered a New York style.
      There are three main food groups that go into a standard pizza - carb/starch, vegetable and dairy. These come in the form of the crust, tomato base and cheese. Anything beyond this is up to the consumer, and their preference. Now that we've established the basis of a pizza, we must now consider how they all work together.
      The crust is one of the - if not, THE most key ingredient here. It is the balance for all things savory, acidic, salty, sweet, etc.
      The tomato base is crucial. Too little = a lackluster pizza. Too much = there is never too much tomato base.
      Now, the cheese. The cheese acts as the glue, but the most delicious kind. It keeps that sauce and dough together and helps prevent it from falling apart, like a warm blanket that makes you feel safe at night.
      Now on to the main focus of the topic - is pineapple is a suitable topping in this case? Well, now that we've looked at the main ingredients to a pizza, let's compare.
      Since the crust is easily palatable and goes with any sense of taste, we can conclude that, yes, it will pair with the crust.
      The tomato base is what makes this work out so well. You see, tomatoes are acidic by nature, and when creating a tomato sauce, you must add sugar to cut the acidity. This is basic knowledge. By adding pineapple to this, not only are we strengthening that flavor of tomato by cutting that acidity, we are also adding a tart punch to the sauce, which makes it all stand out.
      And now the cheese. Cheese is fairly salty, and as we all know, sweet and salty go hand in hand. Don't believe me? Let's take a look at some other sweet and salty all-star combinations.
      - French fries and ice cream
      - Caramel popcorn
      - Chocolate covered bacon
      - Sea salt and chocolate

      In conclusion, pineapple is an ideal topping on pizza because of how well it pairs with every food group and flavor that goes into a pizza.

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      Re: Is pineapple on pizza a sin

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      Re: Is pineapple on pizza a sin

      I bought the audio book.

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      Re: Is pineapple on pizza a sin

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      Re: Is pineapple on pizza a sin

      Yes hello pizzeria this is Aeri and I want plantains on my pizza just raw plantains don't even peel them just make a pizza and cut it and then put an entire bunch on top.

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      Re: Is pineapple on pizza a sin

      I feel like you said plantains because I am Puerto Rican...is that true?!!?

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      Re: Is pineapple on pizza a sin

      I don't even know what that is is it some sort of Mexico island?

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      Re: Is pineapple on pizza a sin

      Quote Originally Posted by Stuffisshort View Post
      Why pineapple on pizza is not a sin - by Stuffi

      First off, for us to decide whether or not pineapple is a suitable topping on a pizza, we must look at what a pizza is.
      A standard pizza ranges in size - 8" for personal, 10" for small, 12" for medium, 14" is large, 16" is extra-large and 18" is considered a New York style.
      There are three main food groups that go into a standard pizza - carb/starch, vegetable and dairy. These come in the form of the crust, tomato base and cheese. Anything beyond this is up to the consumer, and their preference. Now that we've established the basis of a pizza, we must now consider how they all work together.
      The crust is one of the - if not, THE most key ingredient here. It is the balance for all things savory, acidic, salty, sweet, etc.
      The tomato base is crucial. Too little = a lackluster pizza. Too much = there is never too much tomato base.
      Now, the cheese. The cheese acts as the glue, but the most delicious kind. It keeps that sauce and dough together and helps prevent it from falling apart, like a warm blanket that makes you feel safe at night.
      Now on to the main focus of the topic - is pineapple is a suitable topping in this case? Well, now that we've looked at the main ingredients to a pizza, let's compare.
      Since the crust is easily palatable and goes with any sense of taste, we can conclude that, yes, it will pair with the crust.
      The tomato base is what makes this work out so well. You see, tomatoes are acidic by nature, and when creating a tomato sauce, you must add sugar to cut the acidity. This is basic knowledge. By adding pineapple to this, not only are we strengthening that flavor of tomato by cutting that acidity, we are also adding a tart punch to the sauce, which makes it all stand out.
      And now the cheese. Cheese is fairly salty, and as we all know, sweet and salty go hand in hand. Don't believe me? Let's take a look at some other sweet and salty all-star combinations.
      - French fries and ice cream
      - Caramel popcorn
      - Chocolate covered bacon
      - Sea salt and chocolate

      In conclusion, pineapple is an ideal topping on pizza because of how well it pairs with every food group and flavor that goes into a pizza.

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      Re: Is pineapple on pizza a sin

      Puerto Rico means

      "Island of the Ricos" In mexican.

      Essentially anyone named Rico is from there.
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      So death, the most terrifying of ills, is nothing to us, since so long as we exist, death is not with us; but when death comes, then we do not exist. It does not then concern either the living or the dead, since the former it is not, and the latter are no more.

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      Re: Is pineapple on pizza a sin

      I once ate a tomato that's why they call me Tom Ato and it was definitely a vegetable it had 0 brain activity.

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      Re: Is pineapple on pizza a sin

      Quote Originally Posted by UnmeiNoTsubasa View Post
      Opinion invalidated the moment you referred to tomato as a vegetable.
       

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      Re: Is pineapple on pizza a sin

      Quote Originally Posted by Stuffisshort View Post
      "A vegetable has largely been used to describe plant parts not high in fructose. Generally speaking it has been tradition that hard and sturdy vegetables, traditionally low in fructose are inserted into the rectum for sexual gratification. Carrots, cucumbers, parsnips, aubergines...... all with the shape and rigidity to survive the constricting nature of the rectal orifice. However out of all traditional fruits the banana is has been used in the same manner. Therefore although not normally regarded as a vegetable a banana can be considered to be so when inserted into the anus."
      "Every position must be held to the last man: there must be no retirement. With our backs to the wall and believing in the justice of our cause, each one of us must fight on to the end."

      Earl Douglas Haig, Order to the British Army, 12 April 1918

      So death, the most terrifying of ills, is nothing to us, since so long as we exist, death is not with us; but when death comes, then we do not exist. It does not then concern either the living or the dead, since the former it is not, and the latter are no more.

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