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Old 04-27-2010, 05:50 PM
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Default Earth Oven Workshops

If you happen to be in Northern California (why are all workshops in California?) here's an upcoming one: Cob Workshops : Build your own Earth Oven


There are a number of workshops listed on this site - mostly cob but occasionally earth (cob) ovens. Cob Workshops
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Old 05-20-2010, 10:25 AM
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Default Re: Earth Oven Workshops

Hello
and thank for your share
the site seems not very colour but much of information necessary
information is always updated fully
we can "Learn to build your own wood-fired oven from inexpensive natural materials including clay, sand, straw, and bricks. An earthen retained heat oven can be built in a day for less than $100 and will give you years of fun and the best pizza ever. Prized by bakers for making crunchy, chewy crust, these ovens are also great for vegetables, meat, and more."
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