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Michigan: looking for help with white oven

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  • Michigan: looking for help with white oven

    HI ,
    I am new to this forum, but have been baking bread for almost 7 years in a 42" Mugnaini .
    I'm looking to replace the black oven in my life with a slightly larger white or
    Gueulard oven. I am looking for plans and or a mason that comes recommended !! Please advise.

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    Re: Michigan: looking for help with white oven

    No idea on how to do a Gueulard oven. If you are not particular to that design you could try the WFO found in Alan Scottís Bread Builderís book. I using that to build my oven right now. This weekend Iím laying the hearth slab. Iíve never done any concrete or brick work before and have not had any problems so far with the work (foundation or cinderblock walls).