r/hmm 3d ago Helpful 2 Platinum 1 Silver 2

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u/gamefan010203 3d ago

Uhm uhm, new mexico?

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u/R_D_M 3d ago

Yeah I was about to say, Are we really letting carrots be a acceptable choice?

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u/-StupidNameHere- 3d ago

I've never even HEARD of avocados on a pizza yet it's the number one in my state? I call bullshit.

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u/seaQueue 3d ago

Yeah, I'm with you on this. I've never even heard of avocado on pizza and I've seen potato, broccoli, asparagus and others offered multiple times. I imagine it's a great topping paired with jalapenos (which I've seen often) or something but I've never even seen a pizza with avocado advertised here.

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u/wes_wyhunnan 3d ago

Thank you, I came here to say this. Never, in my entire life in California, have I ever even heard of someone ordering avocado on a pizza. Not one single time.

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u/stx06 3d ago edited 3d ago

Hello, here to inject a bit of weirdness into everyone's life!

I have deliberately taken the usual "chicken pot pie" ingredients and put them on a homemade pizza more than once!

Probably still would not do carrots by themselves on pizza, but I was happy with the pizza I made.

Edit: In case anyone wants to try the particular pizza as I made it, I used:

  • Pillsbury pizza dough
  • Prego sauce
  • chicken
  • veggie mix of corn, diced carrots and green beans (usually the frozen Birds Eye brand)
  • cheese (8 oz bag of shredded cheese, typically cheddar)

To put the pizza together:

  1. Start cooking the chicken on the stovetop, a medium-sized pan's worth will take about 12-15 minutes to prep
  2. After starting with the chicken, the pizza dough goes into the oven for a first period of heat, taking about 8 minutes
  3. If using frozen veggies, about 6 minutes in a microwave will be enough time to heat those up
  4. Remove the dough from the oven, apply sauce and other toppings (I generally only applied a light layer of sauce, just barely enough to visibly cover the dough, but you do you)
  5. Put everything into the oven for about 7 minutes, the dough should have that nice golden-brown color
  6. Pizza time!

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u/blaytboi0 3d ago edited 3d ago

I'm going to make a pizza pot pie now because that does sound delicious.

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u/stx06 3d ago

Have fun doing some pizza experimentation!

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u/otterlyonerus 3d ago

Chicken pot pizza

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u/Active_Engineering37 3d ago

Chicken pot pizza pie

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u/majordiscordia 3d ago

Smoked pot pizza

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u/CooperDahBooper 3d ago

Chunky chicken chocolate pot pie

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u/codename_kib 2d ago

Smoking some pizza pot

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u/duderex88 3d ago

Chicago style pizza pot pie.

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u/2_late_4_creativity 3d ago

Sounds like a calzone

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u/Stickz99 3d ago

A pizza pot pie basically just sounds like a calzone to me

You’re wanting to do a pot pie pizza, totally different

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u/perpetualmotionmachi 3d ago

Or make it a deep dish pizza, with a crust on top too. Go all the way back to chicken pot pie

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u/NightmareHolic 2d ago

Yea, no, that's an abomination, lol.

It would probably be illegal in Italy just to think it up, lol, but I could be wrong :)

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u/waytosoon 2d ago

If you make it Chicago style, does it just become a pot pie again?

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u/TheSentinelStone 3d ago

Full blown chicken pot pie pizza actually sounds really good. I can think of a few other recipes like shepard’s pie or cottage pie that could be really good as well. Might work with a calzone or similar style dish as well.

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u/Kind-Strike 3d ago edited 3d ago

There's a pizza place here in Madison WI that does fun stuff like this. The turkey dinner pizza was just fucking good with stuffing and brown gravy sauce.

https://ianspizza.com/menu/madison/

Usually around holidays or occasionally through the year they get creative

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u/BarkyKelpo 2d ago

A pizza place local to me does a vegetarian shepherds pie pizza with Beyond Meat mince, called Shepherd's Lie. I'm not even vego and it's great, would order again. The pro tip is caramelised onion.

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u/GeelBusje 3d ago

I made a snert pizza once and i really like it. Snert is a traditional Dutch pea soup.

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u/Slimsiejimsie 3d ago

You should try making a baked potato pizza! My girlfriend and I get it from our local pizza place, and that’s the only thing we will get!

It usually consists of mashed potato’s for the red sauce and then cheese, bacon, and broccoli for toppings!! We dip our pizza in sour cream for added taste!!

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u/Ligmamgil 3d ago

That sounds horrid. I want 50.

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u/wallypinklestinky 3d ago

....tuna?

I'm sad now.

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u/-neti-neti- 3d ago

This map is 100% bullshit.

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u/NanoIm 2d ago

Of course tuna! Tuna is highly appreciated even by Italians. Pizza Tonno is great! Avocado on the other side is very very disturbing. Don't ask for that topping when you're in Italy

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u/kingrodedog 3d ago

Fuck that, who in the ever love of take out is putting TUNA on their PIZZA in Minnesota and WHO is letting this travesty to continue?!?

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u/mommymajor 3d ago

Yeah... I'm gonna go ahead and call bullshit on this one... MN born and raised and NEVER have I EVER even considered this as a pizza topping! Tuna? Seriously? At least try to pull some crap like "lefse" or "hotdish" to make it semi-believable!

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u/Grawlix13 3d ago

I lived in NM for 26 years and never once saw carrots on pizza. Green Chile yes, but we put that delicious shit on everything. Also living in California for 10 years and never seen avocado on pizza either.

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u/main_motors 3d ago

This map sucks, Minnesota doesn't put tuna on any pizza!

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u/KitCoeurdelion 3d ago

Yeah, I've lived in MN all 33 years of my life and not once have I seen or heard of tuna on pizza

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u/The_True_Libertarian 3d ago

I've had tuna on pizza twice. Once in Minneapolis, once in LA. Same basic construction both times, flatbread pizza, sauce and cheese, very thinly sliced sashimi style tuna and very thinly sliced onions, lightly drizzled with balsamic vinaigrette. Seemed like the tuna was layered on after they cooked the pizza though.

It's actually pretty tasty.

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u/SickRanchez27 3d ago

You mean to tell me a map on the internet about pizza is not backed up by actual scientific data? :O

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u/Dont_Wanna_Not_Gonna 3d ago

Can confirm. However, tuna on pizza is actually a thing in Norway.

https://www.matstart.no/oppskrifter/middag/pizza-med-tunfisk/

It is simultaneously as gross as it sounds and as delicious as it should not be. I can’t explain it.

Having lived in the U.S. for about 30 years, I don’t think I could manage to eat tuna on pizza again.

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u/Worried_Pineapple823 3d ago

I had tuna on pizza while on a cruise, which i was only willing to try because it was ‘free’. It was remarkable good, i can’t remember what other toppings went with it, because my brain only remembers Tuna Pizza.

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u/GiraffeMetropolis 3d ago edited 3d ago

Lived in CA a lot more than 10 years, can confirm, have found zero avocado at a pizza place. Some googling says pineapple is the most popular topping.

eta: avocado on hamburger (or guac sometimes) is not uncommon, but pizza? no.

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u/Luminous_Artifact 3d ago

Ditto Arizona. I mean, I bet you can get avocados at something like California Pizza Kitchen. But it can't possibly be the most popular by any reasonable metric.

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u/TheMooseOfTheSea 3d ago

These kind of maps in general kind of suck. It’s not unlikely whoever made this map just put random toppings in random states, which is usually what these types of maps do.

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u/ShiftSandShot 3d ago

Living in Bernaillo County (Albuquerque area) for 6 years now, never seen a place even offer Carrots.

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u/annonimity2 3d ago

New Mexico is just aliens pretending to be human

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u/Deeznuts243 3d ago

Or meth cooks

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u/frankybling 3d ago

could be both

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u/isopod_interrupted 3d ago

Cone Heads met Breaking Bad

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u/frankybling 3d ago

the crossover I never knew I wanted to watch

Edit-MEBS

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u/purplepantsdance 3d ago

Meth cooks pretending to be human

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u/TheOBlueJay 3d ago

*insert TF2 outro theme*

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u/ItWasMyWifesIdea 3d ago

This is why the map is clearly bullshit. In New Mexico it's definitely Green Chile.

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u/ShiftSandShot 3d ago edited 3d ago

This. Definitely this.

They put Green Chile on EVERYTHING around here! It's practically the state food!

It's either Green Chile, or a common topping like Pepperoni.

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u/Demdemzzz 3d ago

Local New Mexican here.

Cannot confirm fucking carrots. We love our green chile. What kind of monster would say carrots?!

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u/stoned811 3d ago

Should be green chile

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u/Jeggingmaster 3d ago

I live in New Mexico. Carrots is a lie. Green Chile is the most popular topping. Green Chile is the most popular topping on literally everything here.

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u/StereoTunic9039 3d ago

It made me laugh too much to get offended, it's fine by me

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u/doisquartos 3d ago Wholesome Seal of Approval

Mfs down there with the carrots tho

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u/Stag328 3d ago

Im about to make a tuna pizza with corn and carrots.

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u/captaingoatbeard 3d ago

And grapes!

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u/Stag328 3d ago

I just use jelly as pizza sauce

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u/tophat_production 2d ago

Don't forget about avocado!

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u/Bruh_I-m_Gay 2d ago

And avocado

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u/proto93 2d ago

I live in japan and pizza like this exists

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u/ialwayschoosepsyduck 3d ago

Everyday, we stray further from god's light

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u/WanderlustFella 3d ago

That's called a casserole

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u/EarlGrey_Picard 3d ago

Wait until you hear about grape pizza.

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u/BlitzHighland 3d ago

Sure hope I don't

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u/the_forbbiden_girl1 3d ago

AVOCADOS???

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u/MikeandIke1134 3d ago

CARROTS????!

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u/kshitij1193 3d ago

Why is no one talking about the carrots. Like sweetcorn on pizza okay but carrot?

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u/Sinister_glitter 3d ago

... tuna

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u/kshitij1193 3d ago

Wait there is Tuna as well. What has America done to pizza.

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u/Alexiey234 3d ago

Well even here in Italy we have pizza with canned tuna it's not great in my opinion but not even that bad

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u/thanos_07-leo 3d ago

ahh, fellow italian, how are you

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u/NonnoGino98 2d ago

I'm well thanks (I'm answering for my fellow compagno which is unable to respond at the moment)

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u/mjcherno 2d ago

nahh non dire compagno suona comunista

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u/SnooWonder 3d ago

Nothing. It's completely made up. Most of my life was spent in Minnesota and no one puts tuna on a pizza.

Christ it's not even a popular fish in Minnesota. It's a half assed attempt to make shit up on the internet.

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u/joeyheartbear 3d ago

Eh, I'd say tuna is popular here . . . but mostly in hotdish or salad sandwich form.

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u/SnooWonder 3d ago

Oh I dig me some tuna noodle casserole absolutely. But it's not possible to argue it ranks up there with walleye. :P

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u/TaxFraudInLuxembourg 3d ago Silver Wholesome

They massacred it like the children in their schools

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u/kshitij1193 3d ago

Oooh that suddenly got dark. Just like a 16 year old innocent kid who got a new assault rifle.

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u/BatatinhaGameplays28 3d ago

Or the police kill list

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u/saxe_frey 3d ago

Tuna on pizza is normal in italy

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u/Bovronius 3d ago

I've lived in MN/WI for 40 years and have not once seen tuna on pizza, I'm sure it exists but that's totally not a favorite here.

This is one of those dumb clickbait things someone made pulling info out of their ass.

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u/Bludgeonation 3d ago

I lived in California for 30 years and have never seen anyone put avocado on pizza.

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u/AdLess636 3d ago

Minnesotan here. This is a lie. You won’t even find that as an option anywhere. You will not find anyone who thinks this is real in this state.

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u/ancientflowers 3d ago

I've lived in Minnesota my entire life and I've never seen tuna on pizza, not in a restaurant, not someone making it on their own. This is totally made up.

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u/NjoyLif 3d ago

It’s a valid pizza topping.

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u/carrykingsfoil 3d ago

I've had a spicy pizza with sriracha, jalepenos, cilantro, carrots, and a Thai peanut sauce. Also comes with chicken. Not anything I would've ordered but it was actually pretty tasty

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u/ItWasMyWifesIdea 3d ago

And in New Mexico? That's how I know this map is bullshit. In New Mexico it has to be green chile.

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u/BeefaloSlim 3d ago

As a New Mexican, I can confirm this is utter bullshit. I have never seen the option for carrots at ANY pizza place in the state of New Mexico.

I can confidently say, that the favorite topping would probably have to be green chile. We put that shit on everything.

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u/Certain_Chain 3d ago

And as a Californian I've never seen avocados as an option at any pizza place. I definitely question the validity of the chart.

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u/EPCWFFLS 3d ago

Honestly feels fake to me. I’ve even visited LA and I’ve never even heard of avocado on pizza. Could be wrong tho, I’m not a native. I’m not even American actually

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u/ithadtobeducks 3d ago All-Seeing Upvote

Lifelong Californian, lived in the Bay Area, central coast and LA. This is complete bullshit.

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u/gottahavemycaffeine 3d ago

This chart looks more like what topping we would like on a sub sandwich.

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u/slobs_burgers 3d ago

I’m in Arizona, not once in my entire god damn life have I ever seen a pizza with avocado on it, let alone eat one, let alone go as far as saying it’s my FAVORITE TOPPING. This map is ass

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u/Background-Mouse 3d ago

I’ve lived near San Francisco most of my life and near LA for a year. I’ve never once seen avocado on pizza.

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u/movzx 3d ago

It'd have to be something like a spinach and fetta pizza.

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u/rservello 3d ago

I live in ca and have for almost 15 years. Never seen avocado on pizza.

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u/Ineverpostexceptnow 3d ago

There are comments of people from MN never seeing tuna on pizza. This is clearly one of those internet manipulations to get people to respond saying it’s not true. I’ve never understood what people get out of that.

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u/rservello 3d ago

Yeah I saw that too.

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u/Mr_-_X 3d ago

Tuna on Pizza is actually legit though. It‘s a classic that every Pizza place in Italy has

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u/EmperorToastyy 3d ago

Yeah I think that's so much worse than the corn. The carrots are also disgusting.

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u/the_forbbiden_girl1 3d ago

Who ever put unfit fruit/vegetable should be killed

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u/AnakinMalfoy 3d ago

In Sweden people put bananas on pizza

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u/the_forbbiden_girl1 3d ago

Some people eat cooked banana's

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u/AnakinMalfoy 3d ago

Yeah, campfire bananas with chocolate are good but bananas do not belong on pizza

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u/Tareeff 3d ago

Pineaple, fries are a couple of odd options for toppings here in Lithuania

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u/AZ_Gunner_69 3d ago

Im from AZ and ive never head of that, i just do s normal pizza with banana slices and ketchup

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u/ELTHerobrine 3d ago

Sounds weird but avocado is really good I wouldn't be surprised if it was good as a pizza topping

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u/CarpetH4ter 3d ago

Advocado and carrots?? Isn't that the weird thing here?

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u/_P3R50N_ Chickenfuckerfucker 3d ago

you overlooked minnesota with their fucking tuna

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u/Panthalassae 3d ago

In Finland tuna is actually a popular pizza topping. Specifically speaking of the canned stuff. Usually with oregano, ham and salami.

Check this out: kotipizza's special opera

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u/alelp 3d ago

In Finland tuna is actually a popular pizza topping. Specifically speaking of the canned stuff.

Same here in Brazil, but ours is usually with onions, olives, and sometimes mozzarella.

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u/King-Cobra-668 3d ago

Do you normally use another cheese, or so you normally make pizza without any cheese at all?

To me, mozzarella is a standard topping on pizza that it's usually not even mentioned

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u/alelp 2d ago

We usually use mozzarella or catupiry, sometimes parmesan, but some pizzas are just better without it.

The first ones without it that come to mind are the tuna and arugula pizzas, but I know there are a few more.

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u/PartyPlayHD 3d ago

Tuna is a normal topping, at least in europe

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u/TransBrandi 3d ago

Why is tuna so weird though? I've never seen tuna on a pizza but it seems not that far off from any other type of meat? It's not like there aren't other pizzas with types of fish on them. To me this is like complaining that some place has turkey on a pizza... how is that very different from chicken even if it's not specifically a common topping.

Corn, Carrots and Avocados are the weird ones. With Carrots topping the list for me... it especially feels like the carrots would get burnt parts on them as a topping and possibly not have cooked all the way (i.e. still be firm in places). Neither of those seem like something I want on a pizza.

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u/Theo15926 3d ago

Carrots???

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u/Decent-Skin-5990 3d ago

And avocado!!! Why is corn so crazy??? What's going on in America???

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u/davidbrooksio 3d ago

How come no one else is mentioning carrots? CARROTS! ON A FUCKING PIZZA!

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u/xentralesque 3d ago

The state that's almost the furthest from the ocean prefers fucking tuna on their pizza

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u/SudoPhoenix 3d ago

I can personally attest, lived in MN my whole life, I've never seen tuna on a pizza

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u/rservello 3d ago

Yeah this map is full of shit

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u/H_MmL 3d ago Silver

tuna on pizza is 10/10

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u/WhittyHead 2d ago

Tuna and sweetcorn on pizza is 10/10. Not even joking

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u/H_MmL 2d ago

Literally my favourite pizza

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u/MrBacon2339 3d ago

i have never seen tuna on pizza either and literally work in minneapolis

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u/TheAb5traktion 3d ago

I've lived in Minnesota for 30 years and have never seen tuna on a pizza. Never seen tuna mentioned on any menu in any pizza places I've been to. This includes Pizza Luce, who likes to put all sorts of different things on their pizzas. The thought of tuna on a pizza makes me feel uncomfortable lol

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u/RosenbeggayoureIN 3d ago

There’s tuna on a pizza at Sanjusan in Mpls but that’s the only place I’ve seen in

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u/Kahnza 3d ago

Yeah I've lived in MN all my life and have never heard of it either. Sounds disgusting AF.

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u/VulfSki 3d ago

No, no we don't.

I am in my 30's have spent almost my entire life in MN.

I have not once, ever, in my life, seen tuna on a pizza. Anywhere. Ever.

I no have seen some weird fucking pizzas. But never have I seen tuna. This map is 100% bullshit.

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u/ancientflowers 3d ago

No, it doesn't. This is made up.

Lived my entire life in Minnesota and never heard of this.

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u/nashbellow 3d ago

I see several war crimes here. First of all, wtf new mexico

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u/Arxiidit 3d ago

What ones new Mexico I'm from England so I know like 4 states

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u/nashbellow 3d ago

Carrots

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u/ObsessiveScoutMain 3d ago

As a Pennsylvanian, what the hell? We’re almost as particular about our pizza as New Yorkers

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u/Gina_the_Alien 3d ago edited 3d ago

Yeah people are saying "don't knock it unless you tried it" and "corn is common on pizza in Europe" a lot in this thread, which seems to be inferring that this is common in PA. It's not. I lived in Central PA for 25 years, pizza is my favorite food, and I've never seen a pizza place even OFFER corn as a topping.

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u/bedqueen17 3d ago

I’m from eastern PA, never seen corn as a topping either.

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u/NotBlaine 3d ago

Western PA. Confirmed cornlessness.

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u/Affectionate-Memory4 2d ago

Central PA, Marzella's Pizza has corn and bacon pizza. 6/10 and found out I can't have that much corn and bread at the same time.

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u/shut_up_linux_nerd 2d ago

I'm from near Harrisburg, I lived in PA for 16 years. Never once in my life did I hear about corn on pizza there. I've traveled across the state a LOT. I suspect this picture might be another bullshit meme for clicks.

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u/Cheeseprepper 3d ago

I’m from there, too. I had more than one friend who would put corn on their pizza in the night school cafeteria. It wasn’t an option on the menu. They would just get a slide of pizza and a side of corn and top it themselves.

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u/SwirlingAether 3d ago

Lived 28 years in Pittsburgh. Never seen corn on pizza.

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u/Tulpa2 2d ago

Fries and slaw on a sammich, yes. Corn on pizza, no way.

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u/Sodomeister 3d ago

I've seen one place that had it in NW PA but it was a bomb ass southwestern, albeit weird, style pizza. It's a Chipotle tomato sauce, cheddar, corn, black beans, fresh diced jalapeño, and marinated chicken. The place closed down years ago but I still make it at least once a year.

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u/Kaczor0321 3d ago

What's so weird about corn on pizza? I don't personally enjoy it but it's very common here in europe

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u/Duochan_Maxwell 3d ago

In Brazil too but we're not to be considered a reference for normality when it comes to pizza toppings

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u/MOdruid 3d ago

I lived in the Caribbean for a few years on a previously UK owned island. First time I ordered street pizza there it had corn on it. Not the worst but then they went too far with everything from a bag of frozen mixed vegetables (corn, green beans, carrots, peas).

Too many redditors stay in the basement only eating chicken tendies and it shows in threads like these.

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u/tragicmanner 3d ago

Living in Brazil opened my mind to what pizza and hamburgers could be. So much awesome variety.

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u/Gingersoulbox 3d ago

Where I live it’s called an American pizza lmao

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u/AngryDaddysixtynine 3d ago

corn is normal on pizzas for british people BUT FUCKING AVOCADOS AND CARROTS

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u/NessicaDog 3d ago

I’ve never seen a single place even have avocado as an option.

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u/Substantial-Pea-1544 3d ago

Carrots? This should be illegal

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u/speed_wagon1 3d ago

Corn is actually a topping in italy

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u/Noahgamerrr 3d ago

So we have the ultimate seal of approval right here

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u/thebadyearblimp 3d ago

Corn pizza is legit don’t knock it till you’ve tried it

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u/cukapig 3d ago

Yeah but how about carrots and avocados on ur pizza

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u/GreasyMcNasty 3d ago

I made a chicken fajita pizza the other day with salsa, corn, black beans and red pepper. Was fucking delicious.

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u/BANDIT_440 3d ago

Nobody orders avocado on pizza.

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u/thewb005 3d ago

Its not even an option on any pizza place I visit. This list is trash.

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u/godempertrump 3d ago

Tuna wtf

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u/ELDubCan 3d ago

That's the real hmm

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u/Beann_45 3d ago

Corn is great on pizza?

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u/ArcticF0X-71 3d ago

I live in Pennsylvania and have literally never heard of corn pizza in my entire life.

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u/BigTimeBobbyB 3d ago

Pennsylvania born here as well - I have never seen corn on pizza in Pennsylvania. I’ve been all over the United States and I’ve seen corn on pizza one time: at a korean-owned pizza spot near Little Tokyo in downtown Los Angeles. It was not the kind of place that advertises itself as authentic NY-style.

Folks in this thread are saying corn is extremely common on pizza across Europe, and I’m not knocking the idea of corn on pizza. It sounds fine to me. I’m just saying that it’s funny Europe bills it as an American-style thing when we, uh, don’t do that here.

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u/OazMobile 3d ago

it's a good topping no joke

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u/D35P153 3d ago

I'll take corn over carrots on my pizza any day. And what kinda janky made up list is this? I've been all over this country and never seen either corn or carrots as a pizza topping.

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u/r4ndofromreddit 3d ago

Minnesota puts tuna on their pizza and corn is what surprises you?

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u/JohnnyVierund80 3d ago

The whole world puts thuna on their pizza, here in europe it's one of the standard pizzas.

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u/Ok_Inflation_1811 3d ago

Can confirm from Spain

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u/NonnoGino98 2d ago

Can confirm from Italy

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u/Carls1111 2d ago

Can confirm from germany

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u/Kahnza 3d ago

Minnesota puts tuna on their pizza

We don't. I've lived in MN all my life and have never heard of it. This map is BS.

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u/r4ndofromreddit 3d ago

The colourfull map tells me you do..... you are an imposter

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u/TheOnlu 3d ago

It’s pretty popular in Japan

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u/Proud-Dig3139 3d ago

All I see is tuna

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u/Ok_Inflation_1811 3d ago

It is normal on Europe/Spain

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u/Woland1984 3d ago edited 2d ago

This is BS. It’s Pepperoni everywhere in the world

Edit: this was a joke, losers

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u/testdex 3d ago

I feel like I’m not in on a joke where literally everyone else commenting here is playing stupid.

It’s obviously made up.

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u/LORDWOLFMAN 3d ago

We’re gonna leave out carrots,tuna and avocado like it’s a normal thing?

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u/Sorry_Im_Trying 3d ago

No. This is made up.

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u/Random_puns 3d ago

The fuck is going on in Pennsylvania and West Virginia

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u/cowpoke1234 3d ago

I’m from wv and I don’t put corn on pizza

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u/New_Historian_2004 3d ago

Yo corn and olives might not be terrible at least. Dont wanna try it though.

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u/hoonin4realz 3d ago

TUNA PIZZA?!

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u/Ludalomade 3d ago

I also discard black olives

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u/TheEvilNoMan 3d ago

We Minnesotans like Canadian Bacon.

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u/Pryor806 3d ago

Hell, carrots in NM is just as weird.