What say you? We cooked up a bunch of Tombstone pizzas, not everyone showed up, now we have three uneaten pepperoni pizzas and no room in the fridge. If they're left on the counter all night, can they be warmed up in the morning and eaten for breakfast?
I'm leaning towards 'yes', but I don't want to give anyone a cosmic case of diarrhea.
^^ Whoa!! are you in Indonesia? I'm in Taiwan and it's so hot and humid here with all kinds of bugs around that no, I would not eat that pizza. In Winnipeg, where I'm from originally, you could do it, but not in Indonesia!
Dude, where I live it's rarely below 75 degrees at night and consistently 95-105 during the day. I leave pizza out for two days at a time and eat it. Does it appear to have affected me in an adverse way?
It's probably fine to eat, but since you asked: The bacteria are on the food replicating and leaving various toxic waste products on your food pretty much from the time it leaves the oven. When you reheat it you'll kill most of the bacteria, but the toxins will be largely unaffected.