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How to Build a Cob Oven ~ by WoodlandsTV

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Interested in cooking your own pizza, flatbread and more outside in your woodlands?? Well here one of our Agents, David Alty assisted by some very helpful volunteers, will show you how to build a cob oven, for you to do just that. You will see all the different stages of production from creating the cooking floor using wine bottles as insulation to mixing clay and creating your correctly proportioned cob oven.

A film for woodlands.co.uk

Posted in: Uncategorised, Wood for Building ~ On: 29 November, 2019

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8 comments so far

Johnmighty;D
November 29, 2019

very nice video <3

winston hackett
November 29, 2019

Aren't the walls a bit thin?

Tony Blakeney
November 29, 2019

Information starts at 1:17

Paul Sullivan
November 29, 2019

Brilliant.
In all my years in the masonry craft I have never seen mud mixed with the tarp method you used!
Loved the glass bottles as insulators.

Phil Dobson
November 30, 2019

Why not use very thin ply board as a former? Sand in your pizza is not nice for your teeth and could cause permanent damage. Teeth are like pearls, take care of them

J Battler
January 20, 2020

Why not put the chimney near the front to let the smoke out above the cook?

Stu Hud
January 23, 2020

You use earth clay not manufactured clay and it should be wet when adding to the sand!

James Parker
March 22, 2020

That's why they use wet newspapers, which he explains in the video.

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