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Old 07-02-2010, 10:45 PM
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James,

Great vid. I also would be interested in knowing the kind of wood used, and tips in getting it to light and burn so easily. Also it looked like to cut/chopped the wood into about 2-3" wide pieces.
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Old 07-17-2010, 07:25 PM
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Great video James, finally I can see how it is suppose to be done. Seriously, it's good to see the process in order to avoid frustrating mistakes. My only comment was that I had trouble hearing your voice at times, especially when you were bending over taking the temperatures.

Flegreo - the secret is dry wood and forearm size pieces, preferably split. Once the oven is hot, the wood should burst into flames almost immediately when added to the fire.
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Old 07-18-2010, 08:23 AM
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Yeah, small wood. Both half-cords I bought (sorta ) are intended for fireplaces and I spend an unfortunately large amount of time chopping it down to much small pieces. Once an oven is 1000 degrees, wood that size catches fire in about five seconds, seriously. It's kind of frightening frankly.
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i ll read it fully next time
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I saw the video and it is wonderful as well as helpful too.
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Thanks James, great video, I don't recall you saying 'um' at al

It's great to see the process in action for those of us who are new to woodfired ovens.

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