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    Wow my spelling was off on that lol. But I'm sure you got the idea
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    I built a brick oven 2 yars ago and have not regretted it. It's a very simple "dry brick" design made with hard kiln brick and a couple of extra large kiln shelves. We have baked as many as 18-20 pizzas in it for a crowd. I've also baked bread during the heat up and have baked some other dishes. I don't use it as much as I would like to, but it's always there for when the occasion, or power outages, require.
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    Tom, I would love to see pictures of it, and how it was built.


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    I would also love to see pictures, please.

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    One thing to consider is that you have access to, or are willing to purchase, lots of wood.
    Regularly firing your oven takes lots and lots of wood.
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    Yes, lots of photos please! Backyard oven has been one of my bucket list projects. Unfortunately, given how long it takes me to get home projects finished, we'd probably already have moved by the time I finish the thing.

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    I'm in the midst of the 2nd busiest time of the year for me, and will post photos and info asap. BTW, 2 people came by last week specifically to see the oven, not to buy my work :->
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    a wood fired oven would just be a dream for me out here. been wanting to build one out of firebricks.

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    I use one at work, for everything but pizza. Roast meat, fish, peppers, onions. It works great to reheat things or to crisp skin as well. And you will go through a long ton of wood.

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    i have a buddy taking out an almond "forest"..he is hoarding wood for everyone.

    i really need to mull this over...thanks.

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