Hi humans. While I was chatting with a buddy today, I mentioned that I would be right back because I was going to cook a pizza. My buddy asked if I had an oven in my studio, and I replied that I didn’t, and that I had a mini-oven. She was curious to see exactly how I cook a 12-inch pizza in a mini-oven, so here’s what I do. First, I take out a pizza from my freezer and remove the packaging. Next, I rip the pizza into four pieces. I rip it instead of cutting it with a knife because if I use a knife, I would have to wash it, and I want to minimize dishwashing. After that, I take two of the chunks and place them on an oven plate such that the round portions are facing inward and the ripped corners are aligned with the edges of the oven plate. Then, I stick the two chunks of pizza in the mini-oven and cook it for 10 minutes at 450°F/230°C. Finally, after the first two chunks are done, I repeat the last two steps with the other remaining two chunks of pizza, this time cooking them for 9 minutes. My tendancy to come up with ideas on how to do everyday tasks with limited resources is how I’m able to live such a minimalist lifestyle.