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Ooni Koda Portable Gas Powered Outdoor Pizza Oven Bundle

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Bloomingdales has Ooni Koda Portable Gas-Powered Outdoor Pizza Oven Bundle on sale for $270 - Extra 15% Off Kitchen Electrics Discount (automatically applied in cart) = $229.50. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks SplendidShoe749

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Includes
  • Ooni Koda Portable Gas-Powered Outdoor Pizza Oven
  • 12" Pizza Peel
  • Stone Baking Board
  • Propane Tank Gas Regulator & Hose
  • Waterproof Carry Cover
  • Manual w/ Recipe Book
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No assembly required. Commercial grade cold rolled carbon steel shell. Great for on to go and ideal for cooking Neapolitan style pizza, roasted fish, vegetables, steaks & more. Includes a limited 1-year warranty w/ purchase. Offer valid through November 27, 2019 or while promotion last - Discombobulated

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The Ooni Koda Bundle is on sale for 25% off at $270.00. Bloomingdales also has an automatic 15% off kitchenware which applies to the bundle.

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Nice find. This is a better deal than the kickstarter backers got.
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Friend has this one, pizza came out really good. If you gonna use it, $230 i a good price.
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Anyone own this model? Seems like a lot of reviews say it's hard not to burn the crust. I know someone with the pellet model and they like it a lot.
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Anyone own this model? Seems like a lot of reviews say it's hard not to burn the crust. I know someone with the pellet model and they like it a lot.
I have one it's it's great. You just have to learn your oven to not burn. Because of the depth and the flames coming from the back, it does sit close to the back so I launch it away as far as I can from the back and turn down the to low for the first side to give it some time to cook then I turn it back to max and just rotate it. I don't burn mines too often
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Over 900 degrees. Stay green.
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I have one it's it's great. You just have to learn your oven to not burn. Because of the depth and the flames coming from the back, it does sit close to the back so I launch it away as far as I can from the back and turn down the to low for the first side to give it some time to cook then I turn it back to max and just rotate it. I don't burn mines too often
Thanks for the experience. So think this is better than the pellet model since you can control the heat better? The idea of "wood/pellet fired" is more appealing, but the gas convenience may be a better option?
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Friend has this one, pizza came out really good. If you gonna use it, $230 i a good price.
Dammm, this is almost an impulse buy for me. I like the simplicity of gas. But fire would be nicer.

Realistically, I may only use it a few times a year. Picnic and others.

Do you this is better than home oven with pizza 1/2 steel with broiler and 525 heat? For at home pizza making.
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Dammm, this is almost an impulse buy for me. I like the simplicity of gas. But fire would be nicer.

Realistically, I may only use it a few times a year. Picnic and others.

Do you this is better than home oven with pizza 1/2 steel with broiler and 525 heat? For at home pizza making.
It's good if you want to do authentic margherita style where you need these temps to cook the pizza very quickly.

I have an outdoor oven that gets this hot and I use it sometimes, but my oven at 550 with a big steel works great as well.

It just depends how super serious you want to be and what your goals are. I think the oven pizza is still great and my guests are always impressed.
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Thanks for the experience. So think this is better than the pellet model since you can control the heat better? The idea of "wood/pellet fired" is more appealing, but the gas convenience may be a better option?

I'm with you, waiting for the pellet model to drop in price.
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It's good if you want to do authentic margherita style where you need these temps to cook the pizza very quickly.

I have an outdoor oven that gets this hot and I use it sometimes, but my oven at 550 with a big steel works great as well.

It just depends how super serious you want to be and what your goals are. I think the oven pizza is still great and my guests are always impressed.

Care to share your dough recipe? Looking to try all kinds.
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Care to share your dough recipe? Looking to try all kinds.
I like the recipe from this generator: http://doughgenerator.allsimbaseb...cipe_id=23

It works well. Sometimes I'll add a bit more oil or water.
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It's good if you want to do authentic margherita style where you need these temps to cook the pizza very quickly.

I have an outdoor oven that gets this hot and I use it sometimes, but my oven at 550 with a big steel works great as well.

It just depends how super serious you want to be and what your goals are. I think the oven pizza is still great and my guests are always impressed.
I agree with this. I have the ooni 3. I started out using my oven on broil with a pizza steel plate. Pizza was predictable and delicious , not quite wood fired level but good pizza. I started using the ooni 3 with pellets that was a learning curve that I was always trying to perfect. Then they came out with the gas burner for it. I cook homemade pizzas every Friday night with this thing. Probably for a little over a year now. Slight learning curve but much more of an authentic feel/ taste to the pizza . I have reached out to ooni twice trying to get them to make a cap/lid that I can snap on where my chimney is but never get any response. Probably because it will make the ooni 3 identical to the ooni Koda .

Anyways I love these ovens. If you are in to steak try reverse searing by baking your steak and have your ooni fired up with a skillet in it. Take your steak out and hit it real quick in the ooni to sear each side .
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