Forks vs. knives. Meat vs. veggies. I’m right, you’re wrong.
This is basically every argument between carnivores and vegetarians reduced
down to its most basic elements—with the exception of maybe a few
ideological points. Nevertheless, it’s true that carnivores and
vegetarians rarely see eye-to-eye when it comes to picking a lunch or
dinner spot. Thank goodness there’s pizza. If you’re struggling
to make peace with the vegetarian or carnivore in your life, put down
the utensils, stop the shouting, and visit your local San Jose pizzeria.
Even better, make sure you go somewhere that specializes in
deep-dish Chicago pizzas. Here are some of the reasons why pizza is the perfect compromise between
Pizzas can be Split
The most obvious reason why pizza is the perfect compromise for carnivores
and vegetarians is the fact that pizzas can be split. Half-and-half orders
are not uncommon, though you may need to pay a little bit extra for the
opportunity. And if there’s a large party of both carnivores and
vegetarians, no one needs to worry about being left out or not being able
to eat anything on the menu since groups can get together and order their
own meat or veggie pizza.
With so many fresh and delicious toppings to choose from, it’s no
wonder vegetable lovers love pizza. There are
tons of classic vegetable toppings to choose from, including onions, mushrooms,
black olives, and bell peppers, but some pizzerias offer additional options
like Brussel sprouts, artichoke hearts, zucchini, and sun dried tomatoes.
Meats, Meats, Meats
Meat and pizza go together like, well, meat and pizza. If you’re
a carnivore, you can get your deep-dish pizza stuffed with pepperoni,
ham, sausage, meatballs, and even chicken. A meat lover’s pizza
will typically have all of these ingredients, plus a few veggies for good
measure. Just try not to enjoy your meaty slices too much in front of