Brick ovens have been a part of traditional cooking and baking for a long time. They’re durable, efficient, and the food cooked with wood-fueled ovens has that distinctive smell and texture compared to those cooked on modern gas or electric ovens. And unlike their modern counterparts, each wood-fired brick oven has to be made painstakingly by hand. The process is long and this tradition of oven making has been passed down through generations.
This video shows how a brick oven is made from scratch. One special feature of the oven seen in this video is the inclusion of an insulation material called rockwool.
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