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Karangi Dude 05-11-2011 02:37 AM

Three Minute Fire
 
Sorry removed

jonlovepizza 05-11-2011 03:57 AM

Re: Three Minute Fire
 
very nice you make it look easy. can not wait to be not able to lite my first fire and also not be able to remove my pizza from peel .. this is such a good forum i think i could any thing somebody always has the answer

david s 05-11-2011 05:35 AM

Re: Three Minute Fire
 
When your oven is new it is still relatively moist and a bitch to fire. The fire is hard to light, smokey and difficult to build up. The more firings you do the better it works until it is perfectly dry. The same applies after prolonged wet weather and no use.

Lburou 05-11-2011 05:39 AM

Hello Doug :)
 
When the firing is over, do you ever insert the next portion of wood to be sure it is cured for the next firing?

Your nice, big opening makes things a bit easier while cooking, cleaning, etc. :)

jonlovepizza 05-11-2011 10:35 AM

Re: Three Minute Fire
 
i am just after doing 6 pizza in my home oven ... and the last one was a flop . the hole center stuck to my pizza tray .on me pizza stone . can you imagine how many pizza pie.s will be going to the dog when the heat is twice as hotter,,ha,,ha,, has anyone every tried putting 3 or 4 spoons or power skimmed milk in there pizza dough

Laurentius 05-11-2011 10:45 AM

Re: Three Minute Fire
 
For what reason?

Lburou 05-11-2011 02:35 PM

Re: Three Minute Fire
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Karangi Dude (Post 112802)
Hey Lee,
How's things with your build?
....snip....
Cheers Doug

Finished the oven landing yesterday!! WooHoo!


Thanks for asking Doug.

heliman 05-11-2011 03:22 PM

Re: Three Minute Fire
 
I'm not a fan of using newspaper - I use a tiny piece of odour free firelighter (Jiffy brand in Oz) and the fire is roaring in next to no time. I have to place it in the centre from the start or else the flames go up the flue. Wood needs to be super dry for best results. The local gum trees seem to have "highter fuel" by way of gum in the bark which is an accelerant and aids ignition.

jonlovepizza 05-11-2011 03:34 PM

Re: Three Minute Fire
 
hi laur... about the powerd milk it is some thing i found on the net it is ment to make it lighter and fluffier it also gives very nice texture to it and is very nice as a deep pan pizza . wit olive oil in it .

brickie in oz 05-11-2011 04:10 PM

Re: Three Minute Fire
 
Ive seen bread recipes with powdered milk too.


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