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Safety Advice for Cooking with Wood-Fired Pizza Ovens

Cooking with a pizza oven isn’t like cooking with a regular oven: you’re cooking with actual fire, so of course, it’s going to be slightly more dangerous. However, if you follow these essential safety tips when using your wood-fired oven, everything will be just fine

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Fitting & Installing Your Pizza Oven

There’s nothing better than spending an evening outside, preparing delicious pizzas and then cooking them to perfection in your very own wood-fired pizza oven. Read more about the installation process.

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Design Ideas For Your Pizza Shop

You’ve got to ask yourself a few questions before you decide on the design of your pizza shop. Let’s take a look at some considerations when thinking about design ideas for your pizza shop.

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What is the best wood for a wood fired pizza oven?

When firing up your pizza oven you want to make sure your firewood doesn’t negatively impact the flavour and texture of your pizzas. We outline a few things you should consider when choosing firewood for your pizza oven, including levels of moisture, types of wood and where to source your wood.

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Best Commercial Wood Fired Pizza Oven

A wood fired pizza oven is great for authentic pizzerias, restaurants looking to add to their menu and many other hospitality businesses. Sydney Fire Bricks discusses how you can choose the best commercial wood fired pizza oven for your business.

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What is the best brick for a pizza oven?

Fire bricks, or refractory bricks, are what any registered pizza oven manufacturer should use for a pizza oven. These robust, heat-resistant bricks have been used for hundreds of years to make traditional Italian pizza ovens.

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5 basic tips to get started with your new pizza oven

Starting a fire in the brick oven is best done using kindling. This gives your fire a completely natural start – and plus, there’s something so wholesome about building a fire from scratch. If that’s not possible, then make sure you use natural firelighters which don’t have any toxic chemicals in them. The last thing you want is for those things to end up in your food!

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How To Use An Outdoor Pizza Oven

Get a good, strong fire going by using kindling or firelighters to start it. Keep monitoring the temperature and adding wood to the fire to get it nice and hot. You want to get an even spread of fire across the floor of the oven.

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How to Choose the Perfect Pizza Oven

Choosing the perfect pizza oven has a lot to do with getting the size right. Ask yourself these questions before buying a pizza oven: How much outdoor space do you have? How many people in your family? How often do you entertain guests?

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