Little Caesars makes some good pizza, at least in Canada, at least the way I order it. I once had Little Caesars in California and it was completely different, but in Canada it’s sensational. But to get the full experience you have to custom order it which they probably hate because their whole buiness model is based on fast, cheap pre-made pizzas so someone asking for extra cheese or even extra extra cheese (which confuses the hell out of the lower IQ clerks) is anathema so I get someone else to order it for me. And no, they didn’t pay me to write this, I’m just starving right now so it’s all I can think about.
Best pizza money can buy huh PP?
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When it comes to pizza in Canada, I tend to stick to whatever good quality local outlets I can find. Haven’t tried little Caesars yet.
Greta Flushton de Winfrey said:
I like Little Caesar’s pizza even though their ingredients taste “cheaper” than other places (at least the US version does, it sounds like the Canadian version might use a different formula).
Haven’t you heard about the Randle Cycle? Human metabolism doesn’t work if carbs and fats are mixed in a high-calorie context. So it’s either eating fat, or eating carbs or eating low calorie. At least within a processing time (eg. one carb day, one fat day, one low calorie or fasting day etc.)
The pizza presented on the picture is neither – it’s a mix that kills metabolism. The Randle Cycle is one of the great example of almost entire population doing something wrong – eating a mixed diet. Probably left from the times where calories were not pleny?
Details about the Randle Cycle “The Randle Cycle – Why You Should NOT Eat a “Balanced” Diet !!!” by Bart Kay