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Traditional, Delicious Foods From Your Own WOOD - FIRED OVEN

Wood burning ovens in general:

Wood-fired ovens, also known as wood ovens, are ovens that use wood fuel for cooking and GB Stoneworks is the leader in Florida Ovenworks. There are two types of wood-fired ovens: "black ovens" and "white ovens".Black ovens are heated by burning wood in a chamber. Food is cooked in that same chamber while the fire is still going, or in the heated chamber after the fire and coals have been swept out. White ovens are heated by heat transfer from a separate combustion chamber and flue-gas path. Thus, the oven remains "white", or clean from ash. While the traditional wood-fired oven is a masonry oven, such ovens can also be built out of adobecob or cast iron.

Wood-fired ovens/ wood burning ovens are distinct from wood-fired stoves that have a hot cooking surface for pots and pans, like on a gas or electric stove. A wood stove may also have an oven separate from the fire chamber. Regardless of material they all have an oven chamber consisting of a floor (or hearth), a dome and an entry (oven opening).

Unlike modern household gas or electric ovens that provide a nearly constant cooking temperature, a black oven is typically heated only once during the firing stage (the combustion of wood inside the chamber). After the coals are raked out, the oven gradually cools over a period of hours or even days (in the case of a well-insulated oven). Wood Fired Oven temperatures may exceed 1000 degrees Fahrenheit. The mass of the oven acts as a 'thermal battery', which slowly releases heat over time. The retained heat in the oven may be used to bake multiple batches. Alternatively, foods requiring different temperatures can be cooked in succession as the temperature of the wood fired oven/ wood burning oven drops.

All this is about eating wonderful foods prepared by ourselves and cooked using a little fire in a wood burning pizza-bread traditional oven. It's visually very pleasing, interesting, as well as efficient and economical.

What is a wood burning oven?

A wood burning pizza/bread oven is an oven made out of clay adobe, refractory fire bricks or refractory concrete (heat resistant mix made from ingredients that can withstand prolonged high heat conditions). Traditionally, ovens were made using material that wasn't costly and was easy to obtain in nature.

Traditional wood burning pizza-bread ovens and cooking using a gentle fire are simply 'the low TEC highly efficient technology'. So primitive and interesting, it will not let us down.

A fire is built inside the wood burning oven (now you may say: 'I know that, but what's next?' - just kidding). The fire burns, giving off the heat which the heavy oven walls absorb. When the dome chamber inside is heated to flat white-hot, the fire is allowed to die down or kept burning only very gently for longer. Just to be clear, this is a black oven.  The fire is burned on the hearth.  Before cooking, you have to move the coals to the back of the oven (for pizza) or sweep them completely out. The embers can be swept out of the oven or left somewhere aside in the oven.

In the wood fired ovens / wood burning ovens during the firing, the oven door is open and the flue at the chimney, if there is a chimney, is also left open. When we stop the fire and the embers are swept out of the oven, the door and/or the chimney are closed.  The wood oven is then let to rest for a few minutes to allow the heat in the dome to even out, and for the temperature from the fire to drop down a bit. At first, the wood fired oven is around 800°F or 425°C perfect for making fast in 90 seconds thin and crispy pizzas, however very nice pizzas are being done also in 300°C - 572°F temp, but it's still too hot for bread. When the temperature has dropped to around 450°F or 230°C in the wood burning oven, then it is time to put big roasts and other large meals in. Bread goes in last so it doesn't bake too fast on the outside.

Pizza, bread, cakes, sausages, meat, cookies bake from the heat of the wood fire stored in the walls of the wood fired oven. Heat is spread around by radiating out of every heat source. All of the radiant heat absorbed in by the oven floor and walls is now slowly radiating out, spreading around and working for us. And very efficiently actually, evenly.

There is no cooking appliance that will give more pleasure to someone who appreciates cooking than a wood fired oven.

Pizza is not the only thing you can do in a wood fired oven. Nothing is better for baking bread, and there's nothing like meats grilled or roasted by a wood fire. A wood-fired oven/ wood burning oven will dramatically alter the way you cook, while providing you genuine enjoyment.

A wood fired/ wood burning oven quickly becomes the center all gatherings for friends and family in your home. The sight of flames dancing in an oven provides a sense of well-being and warmth in any kitchen even when not in use for cooking. Incidentally, there's no way that a regular oven will replicate what can be done in a wood fired oven. In a wood burning oven a pizza cooks in under 3 minutes right on the oven floor. The crust will be crisp on the bottom, and the toppings always come out beautifully melted, and perfectly cooked.

“Regular ovens are simply not hot enough to do this.”

 Starting a wood fired / wood burning oven need not be a complicated task. A wood fired oven is very conducive to heat retention and, since it protects the wood to be used from the elements and wind, starting the fire is usually simple. You should only burn well seasoned firewood that is suitable for cooking in a wood fired oven. Species like almond, oak and eucalyptus are ideal.

 

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