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Old 03-07-2018, 03:21 AM   #621
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I slap with my big peel, when a pie tears, I just pull the coals over for a few seconds, rake 'em off, slap and go. Ash is sterile FYI.
Ahh let me try that. Thanks i know ash is sterile and tasteless, what i dont like is a piece of char that hasn't turned to ash yet.
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Old 03-07-2018, 09:58 AM   #622
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Ahh let me try that. Thanks i know ash is sterile and tasteless, what i dont like is a piece of char that hasn't turned to ash yet.
some places around here charge extra for that... you know... "old world rustico"
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Iíll be starting another wood oven at our home and documenting it here because itís been nice to be able to look in one place for older projects. Iíll try to upload some pics soon. Hope all are well!
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Iíll be starting another wood oven at our home and documenting it here because itís been nice to be able to look in one place for older projects. Iíll try to upload some pics soon. Hope all are well!
looking forward to the project.

We still use our oven and are pizza gets better and better. Making soft cheezes and trying different mixes

Pizza night tends to be me showing people what to do, and after a bit i sit on the side and enjoy their experience. Even the oven part I turn over. Havent taught them how to wash dishes afterwards yet.



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looking forward to the project.

We still use our oven and are pizza gets better and better. Making soft cheezes and trying different mixes

Pizza night tends to be me showing people what to do, and after a bit i sit on the side and enjoy their experience. Even the oven part I turn over. Havent taught them how to wash dishes afterwards yet.



I miss contractor talk. Facebook group is too hard to follow a thread.
Fundi - long time no see. Hope all is well with you.
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fundi - long time no see. Hope all is well with you.


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The FB group is ruined by the Europeans constantly bashing everyone.
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