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    I took over a years to finally talk myself into building a wood fired oven. So glad I did. I have now cook 3 times and still learning about my oven. Mine is a costume build Barrel stlye. The oven area consist opf three arches followed by 2 more arches to enclose and exhaust the smoke. So far so good. I did rush it to fast with the curing and have some cracks in the outer concrete. I did not use blankets at all, just insulating concrete. I still need to do a stucco coat and make my oven door. So Far I have found I like a 3 minute pizza better then the 1 1/2 minute pizza as I do not use a real thin crust. So I have to learn how to read the oven and let it rest abit before cooking the first pizza. I look forward to all the fun.