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A Visual Guide to Pizza Styles (Infographic)

For some people pizza is a simple question: pepperoni or meat lovers? Toppings are a source of unending variation and argument, but just as important is the style and preparation of the pizza. And to help clarify the differences in those styles (and to get some pretty slick marketing out there), Cane Rosso and Zoli's NY Pizza Kitchen have created a handy infographic, showing the styles each restaurant features.

So if you prefer a saggy tip, anchovy-heavy sauce or classic shredded mozzarella, this chart can help you figure out which way to go.

See also: Cane Rosso Coming to Cowtown

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