New York is never allowed to say that they are better at making pizza than the Garden State EVER AGAIN! That is because....this is NA👏STY!👏

I follow @FoodInsider on Twitter because, well, I LOVE food! (Which is no surprise based on the size of my butt LOL)

They have shown some pretty interesting dishes that are offered around the country but a recent post has me scarred.

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The pizzeria in question is Rhino's Pizzeria in Webster, New York.

Twitter post"offers a ton of dill pickle slices and mozzarella cheese." 

This pizzeria revealed they go through 10 Lbs. of dill pickles per week to make this wretched pie.

I love pickles. I do....I can eat them with sandwiches, burgers, solo, in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening and even for a midnight snack.

But just because one loves pizza and one loves pickles, it does not mean that they would work well together.

And it is the same situation as pineapple. I love pineapple....but that does not mean it should go on top of pizza. EVER!

So I am going to declare that New Jersey has just permanently won this pizza war against New York because this dish is an abomination.

I don't know...would you try it?

And just to clear this up....there are quite a few foods that should NEVER come close to being put on a pizza in addition to pickles.

Just don't do it.

Here they are:

Foods That Should NEVER Go On Pizza -- No Matter WHAT!

We've seen pineapple, now pickles....what else could go wrong? Let's avoid it before it happens.

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