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Old 10-10-2012, 07:51 PM
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I'm new to wood ovens, I built one this summer based on some pictures a friend sent me. The oven was inexpensive and works. Now that I'm back in town and have internet connections I find that there is a large community with similar interests. I hope to learn from your experiences.

I live in Canada, my oven is at our cabin. Our first pizza were disasters but we have since mastered the crust at least. At our last firing we baked 8 pizzas, everyone one thought they were great but I'm sure they could be better.

this is the build
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Old 10-11-2012, 02:25 PM
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Welcome Daryl
Great job from a picture! There is a world of information here. Are you planning to build a second oven?
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Old 10-11-2012, 03:26 PM
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Hi Daryl,
Welcome to the Forno Bravo forum community. We have active and friendly members who are happy to answer any questions.

Enjoy!
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Old 10-11-2012, 07:09 PM
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Welcome Daryl
Great job from a picture! There is a world of information here. Are you planning to build a second oven?
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Thanks Texman
I had several pictures, start to finish, it seems like they used clay sand and horse manure for mortar, I didn't have anything but sand. I will build a proper oven when we build our cabin, but this one works well enough for now. The information here is incredible, I wish I had found it earlier.

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Hi Daryl,
Welcome to the Forno Bravo forum community. We have active and friendly members who are happy to answer any questions.

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Thank you, this is a great site and very informative, I have so much to learn, I'm sure I will find the answers here.
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