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Are these pizzas really any good?
We'll be the first ones to tell you that the best version of any pizza is the one you get at the restaurant.  So if you want max quality, go eat at these places!
Short of that, the next-best version of any pizza is the one that's freshly-baked, never-boxed. That's why we believe that frozen is actually a better quality product than any delivery or takeout.  Don't believe us?  Order pizza from any pizzeria, wrap it up, and put it in your freezer.  The following day, order a second pizza from the same place.  Now reheat the frozen one and compare it fresh from the oven to the one that sat for 20-40+ minutes in a box. It's not even close... freshly-baked wins every time.
*This is exactly what we did when we were getting started. And the results were always the same. Regardless of toppings or style.
Yeah, but I've got a great local spot that I like to order from.
Good, keep ordering from them! They deserve your business. And if they're good enough, maybe they deserve ours too.  (Give us a shout, we're always looking for new brands.) But when the time rolls around that you're feeling adventurous and want to explore something new, we are by far the easiest way for you to do that.
Wait though, is it hard to cook these pizzas?
Not at all, my fearful friend.  Each pizza includes its own custom reheat instructions.  For some extra help though, here are a few best practices:
  1. Use the oven light. Turn it on before you put your pizza in, and leave it on until you take your pizza out.
  2. The 5-minute mark. Around 5 minutes before reaching the recommended bake time, turn your pizza 180 degrees, so the back is now in the front.  Now start to watch it like a hawk, checking on it every 30 seconds or so
  3. Let it cool. This allows the dough to go through an important process called starch retrogradation.  If you do this, your pizza will cut, serve, and taste better.
So how long can I store it?
We recommend that you consume these pizzas within 5-months.  That said, food kept frozen is always safe to eat, and a 6-month old frozen pizza will still be more than fine.
Do I have to be home to receive it?
No, but the sooner you can get these into your fridge or freezer, the better.  Which is why we'll notify you when your delivery has left our facility, when it's expected to arrive at your doorstep, and when it has been delivered.  If you're not home at that moment, that's ok, our packaging includes freezer packs and insulation to protect your pizzas.