One of the most popular foods in the world is pizza, and restaurants (like my favourite Lorentto WoodFire Pizza on Bondi Road) that service this great food find financial success. However, when it comes to serving this delicious food, there are two ways that pizza can be cooked, and those two ways are either in regular pizza ovens or a wood fire pizza ovens. People who find out that pizza has different cooking methods may wonder just why people would want to use a pizza oven that relied on burning wood, and here is more information about the pros and cons of using a wood fire pizza oven.
Any food that is cooked with wood has a very unique taste, and some restaurants even specialize in the fact they have the majority of their dishes cooked in this way. The food cooked with the heat provided by wood has a smoky taste, and some food, like pizza, really comes out great cooked in this manner.
There is a safety issue, and there are some states that will not allow for restaurants to use wood fire pizza ovens anymore due to the concern of a wayward spark landing in the wrong place and causing a fire.
People are into eating a naturally as possible, and even go so far as to only eat food prepared in a certain way. The ovens that rely on wood chunks for heat use the fire from burning wood to cook the food, and that is just how some people like it because the wood is more natural than using electricity or gas.
The price of wood can be high, so restaurants that have wood fire pizza ovens have to buy a certain amount of wood in order to serve their customers. Buying wood every week can get quite expensive, which is going to eat into their profits, and they will have to charge more for those special wood fire cooked dishes.
Australians eat millions of pizzas every year, and one of the most popular ways to cook it is with a wood fire pizza oven. These special pizza ovens require large amounts of wood to be burned into order to generate the heat to cook food, and the food that is cooked this way can have a unique smoky taste that people really love. There are pros and cons to this kind of oven, and restaurants should weigh them both before deciding to buy an oven for their kitchen.
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