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Build Your Own Wood Fired Oven (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. Oktober 2011


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HASH(0x9c083f24) von 5 Sternen Title pretty much covers it! 28. April 2013
Von A. Klosky - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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An excellent book describing the process of building a wood fired oven using in three very similar methods; first earth, then brick, and lastly using modern materials. Written more as a discussion of "how-to" so you understand the basic methods, and some reasons why things are done in a certain fashion, as contrasted with an exact step-by-step book. For those of you who feel the need for a measure this much, cut right here, use this certain paint, and out pops an exact replica of one of the ovens pictured within the book you may (will) be sadly frustrated. The author readily points out in several places the book is more of a teaching guide to ovens he has used/built successfully in his past and that materials/methods from one oven style may well be used in the design of another style you prefer to try for your particular build. While he does provide certain basic dimensions as more of a guide it is more geared towards hot-it-can-be-done. Personally I prefer the understanding and reasoning while leaving the design specifics to the individual builder.
All in all an excellent short read which should prove a good reference for doing an actual project!
11 von 11 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
HASH(0x9c093984) von 5 Sternen Captivating front cover 1. August 2015
Von Massimo Maddaloni - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Not much else. This book has been conceived as a support to the author’s workshops. If you did not take such classes the book is not worth the price. The information is seriously obliterated: it looks like a magician’s trick book which shows the beginning (see the magician’s hat) … and the end (see rabbit popped out). Nothing is shown in between. Steps 6,7,8 show double-beveled fire bricks and it is not clear how they can be made or assembled. Besides, fire bricks need to be cut with a water-cooled circular saw which is not exactly available to everybody. Step 9 (PIVOTAL dome-construction step) is explained with a picture that has way too much contrast: it can be entitled “back holes”. The way entry arches are supposed to be built is completely impractical to anyone who wants to make only one oven (custom-sized metal mold …). Construction plans suggests buttressing the perimeter wall, a procedure that is likely to cause tremendous pressure in the dome. Accordingly the author recommends reinforcing the refractory castable of the dome with … listen this … drum roll … tadaaa … 2% stainless steel needles mixed into the castable slurry. It is difficult to figure out how to make it any less safe. My recommendation is to look online for free info specifically on brick ovens and buy “Earth Oven” by K. Denzer. Then combine the info.
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HASH(0x9c093918) von 5 Sternen one book, three methods 13. September 2013
Von O. Lechnowsky - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a fairly well distilled, engaging book on building a wood fired oven. What makes it unique is that the author takes an egalitarian approach outlining the strengths and weaknesses and special considerations for natural clay ovens, masonry ovens, and cast refractory cement ovens. The Australian author comes from a background of ceramic arts, with long experience in building pottery firing kilns with his students, as well as running oven building workshops. There's not a lot of fluff here, and I feel its a helpful book for anyone undecided in how to approach the oven building process, especially from the materials standpoint. My only reservation about the book is some difference in terminology or available products between the US and Australia, but I feel that's a minor inconvenience only.
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HASH(0x9c09e894) von 5 Sternen acceptable complement to Bread Builders 22. November 2014
Von Serban - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Not a bad book, but I felt that it falls a little flat on the promise of building one's own wood-fired oven. I don't think I would have been able to build mine with just the information in it.

Bread Builders is a much more comprehensive book and the one I recommend if interested in this field.
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HASH(0x9c09e9e4) von 5 Sternen Good details! 27. Dezember 2012
Von James W. Bartlett - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Good details on DIY wth plenty of pictues and illustrations. Quality instructions and content. Pricey but well worth it! Very credible!
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