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The small portable that FB sells has a much thinner wall than our Pompeii's. I'm sure it heats up significantly faster.
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Old 10-05-2011, 06:27 AM
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I have a thinner brick oven than most, and it takes me the same 1.5 -2 hr heat up as every one else.
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I'd love to see someone heat ANY oven in 20 to 45 minutes. I think those claims need to be adjusted.
If you reread her post you'll note she said heat up, but did not give the temp. If I'm just going to cook a couple of loaves of bread, as I did today, I fire my oven for around 45 mins which brings it up hot enough to cook the bread although the heat has not had time to soak right through the inner refractory shell. Same goes for a roast, we often only partially fire the oven, after all you only need sufficient heat to cook what you need. It is both fast and fuel efficient.

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