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Anybody seen or used one of these?

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  • Anybody seen or used one of these?

    On a baking blog today I saw a guy using a peel like I had never seen before, and it looked incredible, so I searched and found it. It's called the super peel, and although not perfect for brick ovens due to where your hand has to go to operate it, the concept could certainly be made to work in one. Anyone else been wowed by this like me?

    Super Peel™ - The Ultimate Baker's Transport Tool

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    Re: Anybody seen or used one of these?

    They are good for pizza stones, where you have to get the pizza in exactly the right place, but in a brick oven, you pretty much give it a shake and let it fly.
    My geodesic oven project: part 1, part 2


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      Re: Anybody seen or used one of these?

      I was thinking more bread then pizza. With a batch of 80 percent hydration ciabatta to load into a steamed and ready to go oven, one of those would be great.