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Old 07-28-2013, 07:26 AM
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Default Best book(s) on building an wood oven?

Hello,

Just new here and planning to build a wood fired oven.. Also it seems there are a lot of books and manuals.

My question: which books or manuals do you consider the best/most useful?

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Old 07-29-2013, 06:37 PM
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Default Re: Best book(s) on building an wood oven?

Download the Pompeii oven plans from FornoBravo.. Along with this forum and the knowledgeable minds here..you won't need a book or manual IMO!
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Default Re: Best book(s) on building an wood oven?

I second that! When I went into this, I was convinced I wanted to build a vault. After finding this forum my mind changed. Most ovens have something to offer (some are just a path to crap). The plans here, in my opinion, will give you the most versatile oven you can build.
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I agree with Les and Trellis above. Click on the blue link in my signature and see my advice about the question(s) you have.
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