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Amazon.com: Ooni 3 Outdoor Pizza Oven, Pizza Maker, Portable Oven, Outdoor Cooking, Award Winning Pizza Oven: Garden & Outdoor
Ooni 3, our award-winning wood fired pizza oven, is one of the most innovative cooking gadgets in the pizza ovens world
Perfect for your outdoor patio or garden, the Ooni 3 portable pizza oven cooks delicious pizzas in just 60 seconds
Heats up to 932ºF in just 10 minutes and runs on energy-efficient, sustainably sourced wood pellets
Ooni 3 provides the perfect cooking conditions for so much more – roast meat, fish and vegetable dishes in minutes
Lightweight and easy-to-use, take your Ooni 3 on the go wherever you please!


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06VW7YLDL
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got one. it is a fun toy! it makes kickass pizzas if you prep well. my problem is it only makes one "personal" pizza at a time. making like 5-10 pizzas quickly becomes quite an ordeal... but again; it works well, it is fun in a charcoal grill kinda way (you gotta like tending a fire; it is needy) and can definitely make delicious pizzas.
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This is a pretty good deal. I have the Pro version and love it! Luckily I got mine used for $50 but I'd definitely pay $200 for one! The customer service is great too, I had an issue with the door warping and they sent me a new one even though I wasn't the original owner.
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We bought this same model/same price back in December when it was Front Page deal through Ace Hardware. Yes takes a little finesse, timing and time but the pizza is fantastic bar none. It is so worth it. Get good hardwood cooking pellets - (Costco has been carrying the Traeger brand for a good price), a better peel with a handle, some cornmeal or Semolina flour to keep the dough from sticking and you're good to go. Highly recommend at this price.
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This is a pretty good deal. I have the Pro version and love it! Luckily I got mine used for $50 but I'd definitely pay $200 for one! The customer service is great too, I had an issue with the door warping and they sent me a new one even though I wasn't the original owner.
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I have one of these and paid around this(i think about $20 more). This is an awesome pizza oven. IT takes some practice to use and the dough does matter. There is also an optional propane burner unit that can be put on to keep a constant temp(just got it, but too cold to use it). Worth getting if you like making pizza at home and want to step it up.

FYI you can also make other dishes in this, like searing steaks using cast iron splatter plates, searing Brussel sprouts, etc.
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got one. it is a fun toy! it makes kickass pizzas if you prep well. my problem is it only makes one "personal" pizza at a time. making like 5-10 pizzas quickly becomes quite an ordeal... but again; it works well, it is fun in a charcoal grill kinda way (you gotta like tending a fire; it is needy) and can definitely make delicious pizzas.
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got one. it is a fun toy! it makes kickass pizzas if you prep well. my problem is it only makes one "personal" pizza at a time. making like 5-10 pizzas quickly becomes quite an ordeal... but again; it works well, it is fun in a charcoal grill kinda way (you gotta like tending a fire; it is needy) and can definitely make delicious pizzas.
Agree that making lots of pizzas takes effort. But how else can you make this style pizza? I paid more than this and it is worth it. Quite a learning curve but it is fun!
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I've seen some Youtube videos of these types of ovens, looks interesting. Anyone know how a fathead would turn out?
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This is cool looking but it looks like its just overpriced pieces of folded steel and rivets. Looked at top 1 star review, seems like a real chore to use to pop out a tiny pizza.

It's neat looking but I agree with the advice that review gave to skip and go with alternative unless you are okay with inefficient pizza making.

Thanks anyway OP, was curious about this last time I saw it posted but didn't dive in.
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I have one of these and paid around this(i think about $20 more). This is an awesome pizza oven. IT takes some practice to use and the dough does matter. There is also an optional propane burner unit that can be put on to keep a constant temp(just got it, but too cold to use it). Worth getting if you like making pizza at home and want to step it up.

FYI you can also make other dishes in this, like searing steaks using cast iron splatter plates, searing Brussel sprouts, etc.
What's your recipe for dough ?
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Just asking out of curiosity because I love this style of pizza but, how does this compare vs something like using a stone in a Kamado style grill?
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Why isn't Ooni in the title?
https://www.kickstarter.com/proje...pizza-oven
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whoa, that is one cool device. didn't even know this existed. Will consider, thanks OP!
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Seems awesome. Currently using my Kamado Joe for some kickass pizza but it isn't easy to work with. Would this be any type of improvement for heat retention efficiency and lack of difficulty with handling the dough
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We bought this same model/same price back in December when it was Front Page deal through Ace Hardware. Yes takes a little finesse, timing and time but the pizza is fantastic bar none. It is so worth it. Get good hardwood cooking pellets - (Costco has been carrying the Traeger brand for a good price), a better peel with a handle, some cornmeal or Semolina flour to keep the dough from sticking and you're good to go. Highly recommend at this price.
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