Casie Becker wrote:Own property in a city with already existing structures. Everyone who talks about cob seems to be discussing full on house builds. Are there smaller practical structures that it makes sense to use cob for?
Not only is my mother gluten intolerant, but my sister and myself both have tomato allergies; so if an oven is suggested, it must be useful for more than pizza. A wood fired bread oven, which only one person in the family is allergic to (and we have gluten free recipes) sounds cool. Now I have to go look up information to see how different that is from a pizza oven. I've just reached the point this week where I've started trying to divert our family baker from cakes and brownies to less sugar based recipes. Maybe the temptation of her own purpose built oven will help with that project... yes I just subjected everyone to my stream of consciousness brainstorming.
Anyone have any more creative ideas?
I've just reached the point this week where I've started trying to divert our family baker from cakes and brownies to less sugar based recipes.
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