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We tried a cheese pizza from 3 different national chains — and there was a clear winner

INSIDER Logo By Chris Urie of INSIDER | Slide 3 of 8:  The crust, while pillowy, was also underwhelming in the flavor department. It had the light dusting of flour that you'd expect from a neighborhood pizza joint, but it didn't have any of the character. Coming in at a total price of $16.85, Papa John's was the most expensive of the bunch, but the flavor wasn't quite worth the price for me.

Papa John's pizza crust is dusted with a pinch of flour.

The crust, while pillowy, was also underwhelming in the flavor department. It had the light dusting of flour that you'd expect from a neighborhood pizza joint, but it didn't have any of the character.

Coming in at a total price of $16.85, Papa John's was the most expensive of the bunch, but the flavor wasn't quite worth the price for me.

© Chris Urie

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