The Scrantonman wrote:I've never tried in my current microwave, but my parent's one, which looks like it's from 1982, makes the crust rubbery. I've tried it with many different types of pizza, and some had been in the fridge overnight, some were simply left out on the table for a couple hours and I threw it in the microwave to heat it back up, and in all instances, the crust became rubbery for the most part, and slightly hard on the edges.
I've seen my microwave kick out some hard crust on pizza, but that usually only happens if I just toss the pizza box into the fridge. If I put the slices in a ziplock and then store it in the fridge, it keeps enough moisture to avoid hard crusts.
But I've never seen it get mushy. And I've never seen it make the crusts rubbery.
Of course, I've only ever used my own microwave, which was created back in the days when mankind thought barely contained radiation would be the key to perfect food.