[Market-farming] Baking (was: Re: Rosemary and oange oil)

Marty Kraft martyk at allspecies.org
Sat Nov 7 11:18:48 EST 2009


I built a cob (clay, sand, straw) oven and really liked it, pizza in  
5 minutes.  You might have to build a roof over it to protect it from  
rain or tarp it when not in use. Just did a search for cob oven and  
got promising looking links.

Marty kraft
Kansas City
On Nov 7, 2009, at 9:10 AM, Etienne Goyer wrote:

> jay sleichter wrote:
>> I am glad to hear I am not the only vegetable grower/baker.   
>> Although, I usually reserve that skill for my family.  I did  
>> several times make some baked goodies when I didn't have enough to  
>> fill my tables with produce.  This year I didn't have that problem.
>
> Complementing the produce with baked goods is part of the plan for us
> too.  My wife, who do not really have the green thumb, is really into
> baking and other value-added product.  We should complement pretty  
> well!
>
> In fact, one of the thing I want to build shortly after moving out in
> the country is a traditional French-Canadian bread oven.  They are  
> made
> of aged clay, not brick and stone, and they are dome-shaped.  It seems
> rather easy to make, and I have seen a couple in the country side.
>
> Like most wood-burning baking over, the fire is lit inside the baking
> chamber.  Not sure how's that going to fly with the food inspector,
> though.  *Finger crossed!*
>
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