Chuck E. Cheese has started trending online after speculations have risen as to whether the kid's pizza chain recycles their pizza. By recycle we mean taking uneaten pieces of pizza back to the kitchen and using those same pieces to create a new pizza along with other just made or uneaten pieces and forming a "new" pizza. YouTube Star Shane Dawson has taken on the investigative challenge of looking into Chuck E. Cheese and the evidence and pictures are astounding! When ordering a half cheese and half pepperoni pizza, more times than not, the slices don't match up and completely look like separate pieces from separate pies!
I absolutely think this happens and it happens in more restaurants than you'd like to know about. VB seems to think I'm being completely conspiratorial about the whole idea but I'm telling you I've heard from waiters and restaurants workers that some food does get recycled! Never go for the bread unless you're okay with it previously being uneaten on someone else's table. They might have touched it or smelled it but not eaten it!
With Chuck E. Cheese, more times than not a pizza pie looks mismatched...why? If it has not been re-purposed, then why the short and long crust slices? Is that really normal for pizza to do that when cooking? I've never seen it look that extreme at any other pizza place. Maybe they're that bad at evenly forming pizza dough into circles... does this look normal to you?
Chuck E. Cheese released a statement to E! News after this investigative video went viral: "The claims made in this video about Chuck E. Cheese's and our pizza are unequivocally false. No conspiracies here – our pizzas are made to order and we prepare our dough fresh in restaurant, which means that they're not always perfectly uniform in shape, but always delicious."
I don't think it's a chain policy to recycle pizza. I'm not saying this is a national policy or phenomenon but you're kidding yourself if you think some restaurants in general don't do this. VB believes it's an absolute conspiracy theory that any restaurant anywhere would do this. I say it happens more often than you think! What do you think?