islandboy 67: It looks awfull, i dont wanna have one of this, brick oven pizza looks better.
semih oguzcan: After 03.14 I thought she is talking about something else...
حمامةالسلام حمامةالسلام: كلش حلو روعة عجبني اني أو ماما
Manuel Enriquez: gracias x acer estos videos gracias boy aser el mio tratare de aserlo ojala y m qde. saluditos desde tijuana bajacalifornia norte megusto ver la alegria de las personas ver terminado ese horno tan bonito ymas cuando los veo comiendo esa rica 🍕 felicidades
Happy Spirit: pizza at the end is not the same pizza that was put in...was original pizza burned? was it all black? please dont lie to me...
صادق الوالي: روعة ومدهش احسنت الصنع لكن تمنيت الترجمة الى العربية
utubeaccess7: What a beautiful woman! Awesome.
Adriana lima alves: corajoso ,dá medo de cair
José Eduardo Albanese: Muy didactico,gracias por compartirlo!Un saludo desde Buenos Aires,Argentina.
Viacheslav Filatov: 63%, O cooome on.
1f2i3v4i: Very interesting video. I didn't understand what the right opening of the door is: 17´´ high and how many inches wide?
NJ Homestead: Just found your channel. Subbed! One question. Is there a wait time in between steps? Like, do you need to wait a day after the thermal mass, before the cob? Thanks for the great video. I'm inspired
Socol Gabriel: Is nice to see you turning back to real life:) close to natural.
Jennifer Charlton-Dennis: What type of sand did you guys use? I've read that beach sand or sand for sand boxes won't work. River sand? And how deep did you have to dig to get to the clay layer? We're in Ohio so our soil shouldn't be too different from yours. Thanks
bkpickell: I've seen a lot of people use stucco as a finishing layer. any drawbacks to using that?
Also, I see a lot of COB ovens that have chimneys.. Is there an advantage to having one vs not having one?