There’s a reason pizza is so popular. Humans are drawn to foods that are sweet, rich, fatty, and complex. Pizza has all of these components. Cheese is fatty, meat toppings tend to be rich, and the sauce is sweet.
Pizza toppings are also packed with a compound called glutamate, which can be found in tomatoes, cheese, pepperoni, and sausage. When glutamate hits our tongues, our brains get excited we crave more of it. This compound actually causes our mouths to water in anticipation of the next bite.
The durable and lightweight pizza oven equipped with folding legs, requires minimal assembly without tools, it can quickly come apart for easy cleaning, storage and it weighs just 25lb, ideal for the backyard or outdoor cooking events.
If you love freshly baked bread and pizza, and you love baking them yourself, then this DIY cob pizza oven is for you!
This relatively cheap project will definitely improve your backyard. It’s a great way to entertain guests during summer, and even during winter. It’s a great centerpiece that allows you to bake homemade bread and delicious homemade pizza, as well as slow-cooking meat.
This project is so easy that even new DIYers can accomplish it. Make the workload even easier by getting your friends and relatives to help you out. After all, they’ll be around eating the bread and pizzas of your labor 🙂
Want some freshly baked wood-fired pizza? Build this cob oven!
You’ll need these materials:
- Clay Mortar
- Recycled Beer Bottles
- Old Cinder Blocks
- Reclaimed Red Bricks
And these tools:
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