Being in tune with the lazy Saturday evening in my hotel room, I flipped over the frozen pizza box for microwave instructions. To realise that it was to be baked in a conventional oven and microwave cooking was "not recommended"! Well, there's a way to microwave EVERYTHING - I thought, and set the pizza to 15 minutes on high power. Just to find out if there were additional tips to microwave non-microwaveable food, I did a search on Google.
My internal organs microwaved when I watched the video clip in this link: The Great Frozen Pizza Recall of 2007.
Here I was, holding the box of the SAME brand and flavour as the product recalled from stores because it was alleged to have contained "a deadly strain of e.coli"! And in those specific cases, it is suspected that bacteria (which cannot survive high temperature) did not die because the said people microwaved the pizza against the instructions! Further more scarily, the freezer in the video clip (at 1:04) looked JUST like mine - stacked with pizza boxes!
And just as the 15 minutes on my microwave were up and the three beeps went off, the last few seconds in the video clip (playing on my laptop) blared: "Anything that you see recalled - throw it away! DON'T EAT RECALLED PRODUCTS!"
Back to beef noodles. Frozen pizzas suck. What idiot would buy them anyway?