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Unformatted text preview: I ts not delivery.Its Digiorno 1 I ts not delivery.Its Digiorno John Adkerson EN 101 Danna Teichera August 10, 2010 I ts not delivery.Its Digiorno 2 In this essay I will explain some of the differences and similarities of frozen pizza and takeout pizza. Sure theyre both pizza, a delicious meal enjoyed by many, but they both have their pros and cons as well. I find it amazing that two things that are basically the same can have so many differences; I think you will too. Taste is all a personal preference really. With your conventional takeout pizza you are generally going to get a higher quality of pizza. The sauce will be more apparent than in a frozen pizza for obvious reasons, its fresher. The ingredients are a lot better on a takeout pizza due to the fact that they have not been frozen. The freshness of ingredients may or may not be important to you; it depends on what you prefer. Personally, the freshness of vegetables doesnt matter to me; I dont really eat many vegetables. If youre a vegetable loving type of person then you would definitely choose the takeout pizza over the frozen pizza. Frozen pizza companies use ingredients that can easily be frozen, whereas a pizza restaurant will have fresher ingredients. Youre going to have a hard time finding smoked buffalo mozzarella cheese on a frozen pizza. Of course there are also variations in flavor in frozen pizzas, depending on the brand, as well as takeout pizza, depending on the restaurant. This is where personal preference really is the key in choosing what kind of pizza one will eat. Price is the real deciding factor when it comes to choosing pizza, if you were to ask me. I can have any flavor of a frozen pizza I want for right around a dollar. When ordering takeout pizza you really have to search for the best deals. pizza you really have to search for the best deals....
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This note was uploaded on 01/14/2011 for the course EN 102 taught by Professor Fetters during the Spring '10 term at Grantham.
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