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Dipping Pizza In Milk Is The Internet’s Latest Gross Food Trend

Following the disgusting debate of whether pineapples belong on pizza or not (they don’t), the internet has found a new way to ruin pizza: dipping it in milk.

Twitter user @hyrulecitizen posted the above image as a counter to the pineapple on pizza debate going around the internet, claiming that it was “WAYYYY better” than pineapple on pizza. Since then, a new point of contention has launched about this new combo. I’ve seen and heard everybody from country radio stations to the Fine Brothers’ show, “Adults React,” giving their thoughts about this zany concept.

While anything is clearly a lot better than putting pineapple on pizza, the notion of dipping pizza into milk is appalling. First off, the grease from the pizza pools into the milk to create some vile sludge. Not only that, you’re basically just biting into soggy pizza. Gross.

Apparently, not everybody thinks so, as the trend of dunking pizza slices into milk is taking off.

Some sane people do exist, fortunately, and are disturbed at the idea of such a combination.

Sorry internet, but if you’re going to offer a “superior alternative” to pineapple on pizza, at least come correct and invent a combination that’s actually tasty. This garbage doesn’t count.


HAWAIIAN PIZZA DIP Using A Pineapple As A Bowl [WATCH]


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I love Hawaiian Pizza, and I love dip, but I’d never seen them married together — until now.

You know the Hawaiian Pizza format, typically consisting of cheese, tomato sauce, ham and pineapple. You also know the dip format, some sort of less-than-solid substance you can scoop into your mouth using a solid edible object (like a chip, or piece of bread).

After brainstorming with the guys, we decided that a Hawaiian Pizza Dip should not let any part of the pineapple go to waste, so we decided to bake the pizza dip right into the pineapple remains.

Doing this was extremely easy to do, it just required us to cut the pineapple knowing we’d be using it for a bowl later (that means, just cut it down the middle and scoop out the pineapple instead of destroying the shell).

Make sure to keep a close eye on the pineapple in the oven, cooking with the leaves attached could get volatile. Keep the leaves away from the top rack of the oven, you don’t want them catching fire.

Enjoy yourselves players, this is gonna be the prettiest dip you’ve ever enjoyed!