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Benefits of Wood-Fired Pizza Ovens

Benefits of Wood-Fired Pizza Ovens

There are many different ways to make a pizza. You can buy one from a pizza shop, stick a frozen pizza in the oven, or even make a pizza in your conventional oven. However, nothing compares to the flavour of a pizza made in a wood-fired oven. Wood fired pizza ovens...

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How a Wood-Burning Oven Works

How a Wood-Burning Oven Works

When cooking food, home gas ovens and grills rely on convection and conduction heat that bake a pizza from underneath. However, this is not how a true pizza should be made. In a wood-burning oven, radiative heat is what bakes a pizza. This means that it is the heat,...

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How To Cure Your Pizza Oven

How To Cure Your Pizza Oven

Curing your oven is a crucial step. It ensures that your oven is completely moisture-free before you cook your food, which can help prevent damage to the oven itself. When small pockets of moisture inside your oven, which are invisible to the naked eye, evaporate too...

read more
Pizza Recipes for Your Pizza Oven

Pizza Recipes for Your Pizza Oven

Looking for perfect pizza recipes to utilise when using your awesome pizza oven? Keep reading for a tried and tested, lip-smacking recipe! INGREDIENTS 1/2 cup (125ml) garlic oil (see related recipe), plus extra to drizzle 2 cups (500ml) good-quality tomato pizza sauce...

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How To Fire Your Pizza Oven

How To Fire Your Pizza Oven

Build your fire in the centre (left to right and front to back) of the pizza oven using 7-9 sticks of dry kindling, one to two odour-free, non-toxic fire starters, and two to three pieces of seasoned medium or hardwood. Alternatively, you can light your fire with a...

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Best Fire Wood To Use for Your Pizza Oven

Best Fire Wood To Use for Your Pizza Oven

A piece of wood contains two totally different fuels which burn in quite different ways. The first parts to burn are the “volatiles”. These are the resins and creosotes which are converted to flammable gases and smoke by the heat of the fire. Volatiles contain almost...

read more
Benefits of Wood-Fired Pizza Ovens

Benefits of Wood-Fired Pizza Ovens

There are many different ways to make a pizza. You can buy one from a pizza shop, stick a frozen pizza in the oven, or even make a pizza in your conventional oven. However, nothing compares to the flavour of a pizza made in a wood-fired oven. Wood fired pizza ovens...

read more
How a Wood-Burning Oven Works

How a Wood-Burning Oven Works

When cooking food, home gas ovens and grills rely on convection and conduction heat that bake a pizza from underneath. However, this is not how a true pizza should be made. In a wood-burning oven, radiative heat is what bakes a pizza. This means that it is the heat,...

read more
How To Cure Your Pizza Oven

How To Cure Your Pizza Oven

Curing your oven is a crucial step. It ensures that your oven is completely moisture-free before you cook your food, which can help prevent damage to the oven itself. When small pockets of moisture inside your oven, which are invisible to the naked eye, evaporate too...

read more
Pizza Recipes for Your Pizza Oven

Pizza Recipes for Your Pizza Oven

Looking for perfect pizza recipes to utilise when using your awesome pizza oven? Keep reading for a tried and tested, lip-smacking recipe! INGREDIENTS 1/2 cup (125ml) garlic oil (see related recipe), plus extra to drizzle 2 cups (500ml) good-quality tomato pizza sauce...

read more
How To Fire Your Pizza Oven

How To Fire Your Pizza Oven

Build your fire in the centre (left to right and front to back) of the pizza oven using 7-9 sticks of dry kindling, one to two odour-free, non-toxic fire starters, and two to three pieces of seasoned medium or hardwood. Alternatively, you can light your fire with a...

read more
Best Fire Wood To Use for Your Pizza Oven

Best Fire Wood To Use for Your Pizza Oven

A piece of wood contains two totally different fuels which burn in quite different ways. The first parts to burn are the “volatiles”. These are the resins and creosotes which are converted to flammable gases and smoke by the heat of the fire. Volatiles contain almost...

read more

Locations We Sell To:

  • Cape Town
  • Johannesburg
  • Durban
  • Pretoria
  • Port Elizabeth
  • Bloemfontein
  • Nelspruit
  • Kimberley
  • Polokwane
  • Pietermaritzburg
  • Namibia
  • Botswanne

About Eco Pizza Ovens

We are based in Cape Town but can supply our pizza ovens throughout South Africa, Namibia and Botswanna. Fast and cost-effective delivery of your pizza oven is important to us. All our pizza ovens are handcrafted only using the highest quality materials. Feel free to contact us.

Located in Cape Town     (078) 926-2755     info@ecopizzaovens.co.za