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Unread 10-02-2013, 08:40 PM   #19
jsperk
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Join Date: 09-27-08
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Originally Posted by Gulf View Post
That would be a fine starter for pizza. When you decide that you want more, log into Fornobravo.com. You can buy a real "ready built" from them. Or, learn how to make one from scratch with local materials. This is my work in progress.




After the oven cools down from the pizza temps, you can bake bread, cakes, pies, roasts, brisket, etc. etc. Several days of cooking on just one firing. If it built and insulated right
Don't let the looks of my build scare you off. There are a lot of simpler builds on this site that cook just as good as mine. Maybe better.
Yea I wanted a brick oven but the price was to steep now. My buddy was going to sale me his Forno Bravo 60, I think 60. I opted out for now.
That is one sweet build.
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