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What kind oven are you using for you ground flours.  What kinds of bread do you make?
 
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You might enjoy this thread on making a Cob Oven:

https://permies.com/t/167362/Uncle-Mud-Bending-Oak-Permaculture
 
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We’ve been doing our baking in a wood stove. My husband got me one with the largest oven size he could find. I can bake 4 Dutch oven round loaves at once...and they have turned out to be the most beautiful loaves since making the switch to wood heat.

We hope to experiment with rocket mass in the future. For now...we just turn our tiny home into a sweat lodge on baking day.
 
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Thanks to the both of you for the replies and the advice. Geno
 
Cob is sand, clay and sometimes straw. This tiny ad is made of cob:
rocket mass heater risers: materials and design eBook
https://permies.com/wiki/188812/rocket-mass-heater-risers-materials
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