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Old 06-24-2008, 02:18 AM
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Default Re: Anyone ever fit an outdoor oven with Gas - Nuisance Smoke Bylaw

Do you have any difficult neighbours living nearby then?

A WFO doesn't produce more smoke than a regular BBQ, so I think any normally friendly kind of neighbours shouldn't have cause to complain.
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Old 06-24-2008, 04:43 AM
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Default Re: Anyone ever fit an outdoor oven with Gas - Nuisance Smoke Bylaw

What? Someone doesn't like the smell of woodsmoke and WFO food?

Just add some aromatics to the fire (smoking chips or rosemary branches) and woo them with aromatherapy.

Really though, I'd say you should already have an idea of how your neighbors will react based on living there. Is it an uptight rules based group or are they more laid back?

You could always invite the neighborhood for a block party....the problem is getting rid of them.

Dry wood and a quick startup method...and it should not smoke for too long.
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Default Re: Anyone ever fit an outdoor oven with Gas - Nuisance Smoke Bylaw

Cooking fires do not fall under that clause. Unless it really poorly done. BBQ with coal or real wood is permitted and WFO falls under that category. Properly seasoned wood and good fire management is the key. Feeding the neighbors is always a plus.
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