The most traditional fuel for pizza ovens. Wood fired cooking is the best way to get true, wood fired taste out of all your meals. Proven over centuries to be reliable, and used exclusively by top chefs around the world.
The two main downsides are longer heat up times (typically 20 minutes plus) and extra clean up from ash left behind by the wood.
A great option to connect to an existing gas line, gas pizza ovens are available in both Natural Gas and Liquid Propane. Given the fire is instant, heat up times are in minutes, and there's no extra debris to clean up from ash.
The two main downsides are difficulty to attain a true, wood fired taste for your meals, and potential burner maintenance in the future.
The best of both worlds. Available in both Natural Gas and Propane Gas for fast heat up times, and the flexibility to cook with wood to achieve that delicious, wood fired taste, you can't go wrong with a hybrid oven.
The main downside is cost. For the added flexibility, hybrid ovens are more expensive than gas and wood only options.
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