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A 5 year old Pizza, is it still okay?

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Sethos    270

I've had a few beers with a mate and now I'm hungry, found a 5 year old frozen pizza at the bottom of my freezer ... ( Expiry date was some time in 2004 ) Is it still good, considering it has been frozen ever since or could it still go bad? I'm really hungry :(

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jerzdawg    338

should be fine... might taste a bit funny... id imagine major frost all over the pizza itself.

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Pupik    452

Yeah, it's fine. Just eat it.

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MrChainsaw    25

I wouldn't eat it...

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Nick Sheldon    2
I've had a few beers with a mate and now I'm hungry, found a 5 year old frozen pizza at the bottom of my freezer ... ( Expiry date was some time in 2004 ) Is it still good, considering it has been frozen ever since or could it still go bad? I'm really hungry :(

I would cook it and try a little bit..

heck, it only takes 12 minutes :)

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Konstanov    58

Why do you still have a five year old pizza?

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shakey    1,127

Meat stays good frozen for a tops of 3 years done right....(I only say that because I have eaten 3 year old frozen meat and had the same question you have on whether to cook it or not.) You think that pizza was preserved well enough? I have no clue how long dough and veggies stay frozen, especially when packed with preservatives.... You know what I say though, If you cook it fully, the worst that will happen is a day of missed worked :p

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Fubar    114

Go for it champ!!

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shakey    1,127

bah, miss edit and quoted myself....

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acnpt    39

I think it might taste a bit funny, but go for it!

I'd just order a pizza or something :p

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Damo R.    29,672

go for it...if you dont post again we know why :p

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Geoffrey B.    1,415

i am willing to bet if you drink enough before you eat it you wont notice the difference.

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Sethos    270

Yummeh!.png

Lots of frost topping, mmmm! Still waiting for the oven to heat ...

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+Frank B.    7,151

I wouldn't do it.

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Steven P.    15,002

LOL post a report of how it tasted!

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dj6ross    1

Do it!

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08993    45

Just make sure you have plenty of toilet paper in the house, I have a feeling there will be consequences to eating that pizza!

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Sophism    9

Go for it!

When the food poisoning passes come back and tell us how it tasted ;)

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Liana    155

Boys. :rolleyes:

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x-scratch    134

just put some hot sauce & some extra cheese on it :)

but 5 years yuck

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Sethos    270

First report from putting it in the oven: It's starting to thaw and it's turning into this ... rubbery, liquid mass.

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Fred Derf    217

Get the barf bag ready, just in case...

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Pharos    24
First report from putting it in the oven: It's starting to thaw and it's turning into this ... rubbery, liquid mass.

LOL

What's the smell like? :woot:

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Aergan    622
First report from putting it in the oven: It's starting to thaw and it's turning into this ... rubbery, liquid mass.

Gross, yet highly entertaining!

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da00    115

Picture of that please!

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