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      09-08-2022, 06:47 PM   #617
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I think you are spot on about temp control. I like the portability and rotating stone concept but not so sure itís worth the price. I watched a few reviews on YouTube and seems like it takes a fair amount of practice to get it right plus the flames / heat can be difficult to control with wind (something I didnít think about). I checked with the company and they do not offer a money back satisfaction guarantee like Ooni does. So I am probably going to pass and stick with burgers for the tailgate and eventually do something better for the patio. (Iím not there on Ooni either because it seems like they arenít really meant for a crisp crust, which is our preference. But I do revisit the idea sometimes.)
I have an OONI and you can definitely get the crust crispy if you want. All depends on what you want to cook at and length of time. Love mine. Produces some fantastic pizzas.
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I have an OONI and you can definitely get the crust crispy if you want. All depends on what you want to cook at and length of time. Love mine. Produces some fantastic pizzas.
Which one do you have? Is the method to crisp it up similar to what Ken outlined - get up to hot temp and then lower heat once pizza is in the oven?
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Which one do you have? Is the method to crisp it up similar to what Ken outlined - get up to hot temp and then lower heat once pizza is in the oven?
I have the Karu 16, technically the multi fuel, though I haven't bought the attachment to hook up propane and have only been using wood.

More or less same method, one thing I've found with wood is the temps can vary dramatically initially unless you've got a decent chunk of embers built up over time (which is unlikely) so it does take some maintenance, I have wood on hand where I'll fire a few chunks in if I need to raise the temps.

I like the temps to get up to 700 or slightly below that, anything higher than that and you are just asking for it to be burned quick if you aren't careful. Though I would imagine it would also get a pretty crispy crust too...just need to watch it closer, move it frequently and less time overall in the oven. I don't tend to make the pizzas overly crispy though, but I'm positive the temps can easily get high enough to do just that if you wanted it.

Overall, I'm happy with the OONI.
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I have the Karu 16, technically the multi fuel, though I haven't bought the attachment to hook up propane and have only been using wood.

More or less same method, one thing I've found with wood is the temps can vary dramatically initially unless you've got a decent chunk of embers built up over time (which is unlikely) so it does take some maintenance, I have wood on hand where I'll fire a few chunks in if I need to raise the temps.

I like the temps to get up to 700 or slightly below that, anything higher than that and you are just asking for it to be burned quick if you aren't careful. Though I would imagine it would also get a pretty crispy crust too...just need to watch it closer, move it frequently and less time overall in the oven. I don't tend to make the pizzas overly crispy though, but I'm positive the temps can easily get high enough to do just that if you wanted it.

Overall, I'm happy with the OONI.
I actually think the crisp requires a relatively lower temp so that it cooks a slightly slower (600-700 rather than 800-900).

Maybe I'll give Ooni a try. They will let me return it if it doesn't work out. Thanks.
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Super curious if anyone here has had a pizza from this place:

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Sounds pizzagatey.
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I just started the Netflix Pizza series which starts out with Chris Bianco in Phoenix, it is an amazing first episode. I am starting to think about a pizza oven and trying my hand at it.
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^Yep I'm watching that - thank you sir

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I just started the Netflix Pizza series which starts out with Chris Bianco in Phoenix, it is an amazing first episode. I am starting to think about a pizza oven and trying my hand at it.
I watched it last night, a good episode. I have his book, its good, has some interesting ideas.

You should, its fun, and delicious. I started making pizzas on stone in a Treager.
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I just started the Netflix Pizza series which starts out with Chris Bianco in Phoenix, it is an amazing first episode. I am starting to think about a pizza oven and trying my hand at it.
I just came here to post that, I'm about halfway in and now I want to drive to Phoenix and take a road trip.

I know the lady would be down as she has family in Phoenix.
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