Deep pan or thin crust pizza?

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    Deep pan!
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    Thin crust!
    40.00%
    I can't decide - both are too good!
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    I'm actually quite surprised how close it is. I thought deep pan might win by a mile
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    If you like deep pan then try Chicago style. Like 5cm high and packed full of cheese, tomato, and meat. So good. Probably like 700 calories a slice; I've never managed more than two slices. Google search for it. Im on my phone otherwise I'd link to it. That's real deep pan.
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    If you like deep pan then try Chicago style. Like 5cm high and packed full of cheese, tomato, and meat. So good. Probably like 700 calories a slice; I've never managed more than two slices. Google search for it. Im on my phone otherwise I'd link to it. That's real deep pan.
    :drool: that's the stuff!
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    (Original post by Bluebutterfly310)
    How is that logically impossible ????
    For the same reason that someone can hate pizza (unless they are allergic to something in or on it)
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    (Original post by Rafa360)
    For the same reason that someone can hate pizza (unless they are allergic to something in or on it)
    lol i see
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    I like both but it depends on where the pizza is from if it is from pizza hut then it has to be deep pan, if it is from dominos then normal but if from supermarket it has to be a thin base. I find that the deep pan pizza's you get in supermarkets are naff so have stopped buying deep pan ones from there.
 
 
 
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