By Talia Ralph

So you've managed -- by some divine grace -- not to finish your entire pizza. That alone is accomplishment enough, and you should be proud of your noble restraint. You know what they say: Good things come to those that wait. There have been studies that prove it.

What has not been studied enough, however, is the best way to reheat these glorious leftovers. The microwave, technical marvel that it is, will render your slice a soggy mess, with crust that's way too hot and mushy. (Really, if you're going to burn your mouth on anything, it should be the cheese.) The oven, while it restores that crispness that made you fall in love at first bite, will also dry out your cheese and toppings. No amount of crunchy base is going to make up for that failure.

Check out the slideshow above to learn the best way to reheat pizza.

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This article originally appeared on Food52: The Best Way to Reheat Pizza at Home

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