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  • Short & fast or long & slow?

    I've been wondering if there is any benefit to heating the oven up to temperature nice and slow, as opposed to heating up as quickly as possible.... Any ideas?
    My rustic oven;

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    Re: Short & fast or long & slow?

    I think slower is best when your oven is newer and/or wet. Once it is dry I don't think there is any benefit to being slow. I basically stuff my oven with juniper which is a hot, fast burning wood and it clears in about 45 minutes. It's been five years with no problems.