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Is it worth...Biscotto di Sorrento

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  • Is it worth...Biscotto di Sorrento

    Hi everyone,

    I made up my mind and decided to set my priority on making a 60sec. neapolitan pizza. So my build will be a 36" neapolitan style pizza oven.
    Since I am going to Naples in July (with my big station wagon.....so weight and space will be no problem) I will try to get these Biscotto di Sorrento.
    Good idea or not?

    Cheers, Detlef.

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    Re: Is it worth...Biscotto di Sorrento

    Originally posted by Protoolskaiser View Post
    Hi everyone,

    I made up my mind and decided to set my priority on making a 60sec. neapolitan pizza. So my build will be a 36" neapolitan style pizza oven.
    Since I am going to Naples in July (with my big station wagon.....so weight and space will be no problem) I will try to get these Biscotto di Sorrento.
    Good idea or not?

    Cheers, Detlef.
    If you can get it, why not? Just make your hearth easily changeable for the future. Modern refractory is a lot more durable, but depending on how you use the oven, it may not matter if you use biscotto.
    Old World Stone & Garden

    Current WFO build - Dry Stone Base & Gothic Vault

    When we build, let us think that we build for ever.
    John Ruskin

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