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    I am a big pizza fan!  I mean, who isn’t?! Growing up on the east coast,  pizza was a big part of life.  After moving to the west coast,  it’s been tough finding good pizza.  My in-laws recently gifted us a Bertello pizza oven, and it’s been a wonderful experience. This post will focus on an in-depth Bertello pizza oven review, a step-by-step guide on how to use the pizza oven, followed by some yummy pizza recipes

    Wood fired Margherita Pizza

    Why choose a pizza oven for your home?

    You have a conventional oven; why do you need a wood-fired pizza oven? 

    Pizza ovens get significantly hotter than your conventional oven (upwards of 800 degrees). This leads to cooking pizzas so fast! Wood-fired ovens work by trapping heal within the walls of the oven. It is also a very traditional way of making pizza. 

    If you want NY-style pizza, you have to replicate how they cook their pizza. Granted, you won’t have the New York water to get the distinct flavor, but it will still be very delicious! Definitely better than anything you make in the regular oven. 

    The wood-fried aspect really gives the pizza a deeper flavor.  

    pizza oven and wood fired pizza

    What is the Bertello Pizza Oven?

    Featured on Shark Tank,  this oven is a good budget option at the $300 range.  We came across it when we were doing our Amazon wedding registry, and it had great reviews. You can get it on Amazon.

    Created by entrepreneur brothers, Andy and Eric Bert, the mini outdoor oven is portable. It is also a hybrid model, meaning you can use wood as fuel or propane. The pizza oven can go past 900F and produces authentic Neopolitan pizzas in under 2 minutes. 

    If you use propane, you’ll need to purchase a propane tank and gas attachment.  We did not go the propane route, and our pizzas still cook beautifully and taste amazing!

    The oven itself is on the smaller side and works well if you don’t have a lot of space. We have a small balcony, and the oven fits perfectly there. It’s nice to have the pizza oven experience without having to spend a huge amount of money and need a giant backyard. 

    Bertello pizza oven review, wood fired pizza oven

    Getting Started with the Bertello Pizza Oven 

    There is definitely a learning curve to using this oven,  so be sure to do your research before starting.  My husband and I were too excited, and we did minimal research, which consisted of reading amazon reviews and watching some YouTube videos.  

    Unboxing the Oven:

    The oven is very easy to put together.  It is heavy, so I definitely appreciated that my husband put it together. 

    The instructions helped with getting the oven together. But it was not helpful in providing a step-by-step guide of how to use the Bertello pizza oven. Through trial and error,  we have figured out a system that works for us now. 

    The Bartello oven comes with the following:

    • Pizza stone
    • Wood/Charcoal/Fuel Tray
    • Tongs
    • Pizza peel
    • Scoop for wood chips/pellets

    Detailed Bertello Oven Pizza Review

    Attempt #1:

    Our first attempt at the oven was late on a Friday evening. We were very excited to try it out. However, I don’t suggest doing this at night. It’s easier to see what you are doing during the daytime. When you get better at using the oven, you can use it at night if you like. 

    For fuel, we bought the following from Home Depot:

    We loaded 6-7 charcoal briquettes into the back slot and lit them in the fire with tumbleweed as a starter. We saw in a YouTube video that you should light the coal and leave it for about an hour until it turns white.  After this,  you add wood and pellets to get the fire going.  

    Our first attempt was disastrous. Our fire was nowhere near what it should have been, and the pizza stone was not heating up properly. We stupidly put the pizza in, and it stuck to the bottom.  It was a disaster!

    We also had a lot of trouble trying to get the pizza off of the peel and into the oven.  It would stick and clump together. 

    We ended up with 1 pizza that was semi-edible.  But overall, this was a FAIL!

    Attempt #2

    We played around with the fire to get it roaring. We were able to build it up but ran into similar issues of the oven not heating towards the front end.  This would lead to the pizza sticking and being impossible to turn.  We ended up with a couple of “calzones.” 

    We watched the video from the creator, who did help a bit with arranging the pizza.  We were loading our pizza with too much sauce and cheese.  You really have to go minimalistic with toppings. 

    Attempt #3

    My husband was ready to call it quits at this point.  We didn’t understand how it was so easy for others, but we were having so much trouble. O

    Was it not using propane? Or should we get a temperature gun? Our Bertello oven review wasn’t looking so great thus far. But, we didn’t want to give up either. Other people had such great photos and enjoyed their oven. 

    We had to figure out what we were doing wrong. 

    Finally, after an hour of scouring the internet, we happened upon this gem of a video. 

    We saw that for the oven to really work,  the flames have to hit the roof of the oven and almost come out the front. Watch the video, and you’ll see epic flames.

    We had a baby fire going and thought that would be enough.  A lightbulb went off, and we decided to try again, this time armed with knowledge.  

    Here is the exact process we used.  Follow this, and you’ll have amazing wood-fired pizzas in no time!

    How to Use the Bertello Pizza Oven (With Pictures)

    1.) Situate the oven onto a stable table. We use two end tables and it works great. Add 4-5 charcoal briquettes to the fuel tray. Place tumbleweed in the center to create a pyramid. Light on fire and close the door cover. Let it do its thing for 30 min to an hour until the coals turn white. 

    Pizza oven tray with coal bricks and tumbleweed

    How to light fire in pizza oven

    2.) In the meantime,  prep your pizza dough and toppings. I used this recipe from Bobby Flay, which turned out beautifully. Due to the size of the oven, we stuck to smaller personal sizes. You can make 6 pizzas with the Bobby Flay recipe. 8-10 inches is a good size for this oven. 

    3.) When rolling out your pizza dough,  use a generous amount of flour, so it doesn’t stick. I like to use this silicone mat as it has convenient templates for pizzas by inch so you can roll to the correct size.  Sprinkle flour onto your pizza peel, and transfer rolled dough to it. I used all-purpose flour. You want enough so the dough doesn’t stick. 

    4.) Add a 1-2 spoonfuls of sauce.  It doesn’t sound like much,  but that’s really all you need.  Add your toppings, don’t overdo it. Keep it light.  

    Uncooked four cheese pizza on pizza peel

    5.) Check the oven to see if it’s ready.  When the coals are white,  add your wood chunks and/or pellets.  We use half a cup to a cup of hickory pellets.  Wait until the fire is roaring. This will take a couple of minutes. You can use a fan blowing towards the back tray door to help it along.  You can also use a temperature gun to check the temp,  but we don’t. If you do use a temp gun, you’ll want the back to be around 800F and the front higher than 500F. 

    Wood fired pizza oven, roaring flames, bartello pizza oven

    6.) When it’s ready, and the flames are hitting the top roof,  slide your pizza in. You want to aim for the middle of the oven. We have had success when it’s been more towards the front, but this is volatile as it’ll depend on how hot the front of the stone is. If your fire is really roaring, you’ll be able to do this. 

    7.) At this point, you’ll need to watch to check when to turn your pizza.  Sometimes we’ve turned it in every 20 seconds, and other times every 5 seconds.  You’ll know to turn when cheese is bubbling.  Turn 4 times, so it cooks evenly.  Be patient, as this process can take some time to maneuver. Depending on how hot the oven is, sometimes burns will happen. It’s trial and error and with repeated use,  you will become a pro. 

    8.) Your pizza should be done in a minute or two! We try to have a backup pizza ready to go so we can put it in just as the first is finishing. The fire should last 1-3 pizzas before you need to refuel.

    Wood fired Margherita Pizza

    9.) Refueling is easy. Just add more wood or pellets. 

    Notes:

    There are certain tools that can help you with the process of making pizzas in the oven—a temperature gun and turning peel.

    Using this oven is definitely a two-person job.  You probably could do it with one person,  but it might be stressful. More helpers speed up the process.

    Making your own pizza at home can be a process,  but we really enjoy it now that we know what we’re doing.  Our final Bertello oven review is that it is a fun thing to have.  Our oven gets a lot of use in our home, and we do weekly lunch dates with friends to use it.  Everyone loves it! It’s a great activity to do with the company. 

    Plus the pizza tastes amazing!

    Here are some of our favorite recipes:

    White Four-Cheese Garlic Pizza Recipe

    Wood fired white four cheese pizza with garlic and olive oil

    Ingredients:

    Homemade or store-bought pizza dough

    1 tbsp Olive oil

    Mozzarella cheese sliced

    Ricotta cheese

    Shaved Parmesan

    Grated Romano

    1 clove Garlic sliced

    Directions: 

    1.) Roll pizza dough to 8-10 inches

    2.) Spread 1 tbsp olive oil to coat the top.  

    3.) Add garlic slices and top with cheese

    4.) Bake in the wood fried oven for 1-2 minutes 

    Classic Margherita Pizza Recipe

    Wood fired Margherita Pizza

    Ingredients: 

    Homemade or store-bought pizza dough

    1-2 tbsp Pizza sauce

    Mozzarella sliced

    Chopped basil

    Directions:

    1.) Roll pizza dough to 8-10 inches

    2.) Spread 1-2 tbsp pizza sauce

    3.) Top with Mozzarella slices and basil

    4.) Cook for 1-2 min in the pizza oven

    Spicy Wood Fried Pizza Recipe:

    Spicy wood fired pizza recipe

    Homemade or store-bought pizza dough

    1-2 tbsp Pizza sauce

    1 tbsp hot oil

    Mozzarella sliced

    Romano Grated

    Jalapeños slices

    Directions:

    1.) Roll pizza dough to 8-10 inches

    2.) Spread 1 tbsp hot oil

    3.) Add 1-2 tbsp pizza sauce

    4.) Top with Mozzarella slices and grated Romano. Add Jalapeños.

    5.) Cook 1-2 minutes in the pizza oven. 

    How to Care for Your Pizza Oven

    Now that you’ve made all the yummy pizza in your belly, you’ll need to clean your pizza oven. This is pretty low maintenance. After your oven has completely, remove the fuel tray and discard the ashes. You can use an old towel or paper towels to wipe the inside clean. 

    Next, you’ll want to clean your pizza stone. Pizza stones are porous items and you want to refrain from using soap on your stone. This is because the stone will absorb the soap and you’ll pizza will taste like suds. Pizza stones don’t need soap anyway as the heat from the fire will kill bacteria. 800+ degrees is really hot!

    To clean your pizza oven: 

    1. Scrub off any food particles. Use either a sponge or a wooden spatula. Don’t use metal as you will damage the surface. 
    2. Using just water, gently scrub the surface. 
    3. If your surface is burnt, mix 50:50 part water with baking soda. Spread the paste and let it sit for 5-10 minutes. Wash away with water and repeat as needed. 
    4. If your pizza oven is severely caked, you can put it in a conventional oven at 500F. Place the stone on the top rack right when you turn the oven on. Do not put the stone into a hot oven, it needs to rise in temperature slowly. Leave in for about an hour. After the oven and stone have cooled, remove and scrub off burnt bits.
    5. After you’ve cleaned the pizza stone, return it back to the oven. We store our oven outside on our balcony.

    I hope you enjoyed this Bertello Pizza Oven Review.  Did you try any of these recipes? Comment below!

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    FAQs

    How hot should the Bertello pizza oven be?

    Being able to cook at temperatures of over 900 degrees Fahrenheit (much hotter than your standard in house oven) allows you to achieve a perfect crust.

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    What do you put a Bertello pizza oven on?

    Patent Pending design allows the stone to quickly heat to over 900 degrees in less than 15 minutes, and keeps the stone hot in between pizzas. Cook authentic restaurant quality Neapolitan Style Pizza in your own backyard. Works well year round, from summer to winter in sub-zero temps!

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    How long does a Bertello pizza oven take?

    Our Verdict Accomplished as both a gas-fired and wood-fired oven, the Bertello Outdoor is our Top Pick for a multi-fuel pizza oven. It is one of the few models capable of generating the extreme temperatures necessary to turn out a Neapolitan-style pizza in less than 90 seconds in its gas-powered form

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    Bertello has been “pretty successful.” Before “Shark Tank,” the pizza oven had about $1 million in sales. Since the show, Bertello has seen $6.3 million in sales, Bert says. The brothers started working on the oven in 2017.

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    Is Bertello still in business?

    So, here’s the thing. Ooni is a brand that has multiple outdoor pizza ovens while Bertello only has two outdoor pizza ovens (Bertello orginal or Bertello one and the other Bertello Grande) .

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    How is Bertello doing?

    The Bertello pizza ovens are the best of all worlds. If you have a specific fuel source in mind (for example, you’re sure you’re going to use only gas), Ooni would be the better option. If you want to use multiple fuel sources (separately or at the same time), Bertello would be the better option.

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    How successful is Bertello?

    Seeking $120,000 for 10% of their company Bertello, Eric and Andy Bert of Woodbury, Minnesota, entered the tank dressed like classic Italian chefs, white chef hats and all. The two are the creators of an outdoor pizza oven fueled by propane, wood chips, or charcoal. ?Sharks, do you like pizza?

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    How is Bertello doing now?

    Andy and Eric Bert, brothers who grew up in Woodbury, will try to interest investors in their backyard pizza oven Friday night on the ABC-TV show ?Shark Tank.? Their product is called the Bertello Wood Fire & Gas Outdoor Pizza Oven.

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    Bertello Pizza Oven Review (With Recipes and Photos)

    Bertello Pizza Oven Review (With Recipes and Photos) – By Bindi I am a big pizza fan!  I mean, who isn’t?! Growing up on the east coast,  pizza was a big part of life.  After moving to the west coast,  it’s been tough finding good pizza.  My in-laws recently gifted us a Bertello pizza oven, and it’s been a wonderful experience. This post will focus on an in-depth Bertello pizza oven review, a step-by-step guide on how to use the pizza oven, followed by some yummy pizza recipes!  Why choose a pizza oven for your home? You have a conventional oven; why do you need a wood-fired pizza oven?  Pizza ovens get significantly hotter than your conventional oven (upwards of 800 degrees). This leads to cooking pizzas so fast! Wood-fired ovens work by trapping heal within the walls of the oven. It is also a very traditional way of making pizza.  If you want NY-style pizza, you have to replicate how they cook their pizza. Granted, you won’t have the New York water to get the distinct flavor, but it will still be very delicious! Definitely better than anything you make in the regular oven.  The wood-fried aspect really gives the pizza a deeper flavor.   What is the Bertello Pizza Oven? Featured on Shark Tank,  this oven is a good budget option at the $300 range.  We came across it when we were doing our Amazon wedding registry, and it had great reviews. You can get it on Amazon. Created by entrepreneur brothers, Andy and Eric Bert, the mini outdoor oven is portable. It is also a hybrid model, meaning you can use wood as fuel or propane. The pizza oven can go past 900F and produces authentic Neopolitan pizzas in under 2 minutes.  If you use propane, you’ll need to purchase a propane tank and gas attachment.  We did not go the propane route, and our pizzas still cook beautifully and taste amazing! The oven itself is on the smaller side and works well if you don’t have a lot of space. We have a small balcony, and the oven fits perfectly there. It’s nice to have the pizza oven experience without having to spend a huge amount of money and need a giant backyard.  Getting Started with the Bertello Pizza Oven  There is definitely a learning curve to using this oven,  so be sure to do your research before starting.  My husband and I were too excited, and we did minimal research, which consisted of reading amazon reviews and watching some YouTube videos.   Unboxing the Oven: The oven is very easy to put together.  It is heavy, so I definitely appreciated that my husband put it together.  The instructions helped with getting the oven together. But it was not helpful in providing a step-by-step guide of how to use the Bertello pizza oven. Through trial and error,  we have figured out a system that works for us now.  The Bartello oven comes with the following: Pizza stone Wood/Charcoal/Fuel Tray Tongs Pizza peel Scoop for wood chips/pellets Detailed Bertello Oven Pizza Review Attempt #1: Our first attempt at the oven was late on a Friday evening. We were very excited to try it out. However, I don’t suggest doing this at night. It’s easier to see what you are doing during the daytime. When you get better at using the oven, you can use it at night if you like.  For fuel, we bought the following from Home Depot: Hickory wood chunks Hickory wood pellets long matches Charcoal briquettes tumbleweed We loaded 6-7 charcoal briquettes into the back slot and lit them in the fire with tumbleweed as a starter. We saw in a YouTube video that you should light the coal and leave it for about an hour until it turns white.  After this,  you add wood and pellets to get the fire going.   Our first attempt was disastrous. Our fire was nowhere near…

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    VIDEOS – Bertello Wood Fire & Gas Outdoor Pizza Oven

    VIDEOS Bertello Wood Fired & Gas Outdoor Pizza Ovens Cooking a pizza with the Gas Burner Cooking with Wood and Charcoal Using the Gas Burner with the ‘Wood Burning Tray for Gas Burner’ – Basic Setup Mr. Wonderful and the Bertello Pizza Oven Using Wood & Charcoal – Basic Setup Cooking Pizza in the Bertello Oven with the Gas Burner & Wood (Using the ‘Wood Burning Tray for Gas Burner’) – Unedited Unboxing Review of the Bertello Pizza Oven  Making a Pizza Dough Recipe

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    Bertello Pizza Oven

    Bertello Wood Fired & Gas Outdoor Pizza Oven ‘AS SEEN ON SHARK TANK’https://abc.com/shows/shark-tank *Free Shipping within the United States       *3 Year Warranty *Return Policy – 100% Satisfaction GuaranteedWe stand behind everything we sell. If you’re not satisfied with your Bertello purchase, you can return it used or unused for a refund within one year of purchase.The Bertello Outdoor Pizza Oven – Wood and Gas Fired Outdoor Pizza Oven is the most affordable, high quality, portable, wood fire, charcoal, pellet and gas outdoor pizza oven available. In addition to pizza, you can cook a wide variety of foods, including fish, meat, vegetables and dessert pizzas. We offer various bundle options, which allow you to cook with wood, charcoal, pellets, gas or the combination of gas and wood at the same time! Cook at over 900 Degrees Fahrenheit to achieve authentic Neapolitan Style Pizza!

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    Recipes – Bertello Pizza Oven

    Recipes Dough Recipe  Dough Recipe (Click Here) Bertello Neapolitan Tomato Sauce  14 1/2 ounces canned diced San Marzano Tomatos with juice  6 ounce can tomato paste  1 ½ teaspoon kosher salt  ½ teaspoon minced garlic  1 ½ teaspoon sugar  1 ½ teaspoon dried oregano  2 tablespoons chopped fresh basil leaves  1 ½ tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil  Directions: Mix all ingredients together in a bowl and use immediately or refrigerate PIZZA’S  Pizza Bertello -Tomato sauce, Parmesan cheese, mozzarella cheese, soppressata picante Pizza Bertello Sweet & Spicy  -Tomato sauce, Parmesan cheese, mozzarella cheese, soppressata picante, Mike’s Hot Honey (Mike’s Hot Honey available here: https://mikeshothoney.com/) Pizza Prosciutto -Parmesan Cheese, mozzarella cheese, prosciutto di parma, olive oil, baby arugula, fresh lemon juice Pizza Arugula -Parmesan Cheese, mozzarella cheese, olive oil, baby arugula, fresh lemon juice Smokey Bacon Pizza -Tomato sauce, smoked bacon, mozzarella, pecorino romano, black pepper Bertello Carne -Tomato sauce, Parmesan Cheese, mozzarella cheese, Canadian bacon, sweet Italian fennel sausage, fresh basil Bertello Prosciutto -Tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, Pecorino Romano, prosciutto di parma, olive oil, fresh basil Bertello Pinneaple -Tomato sauce, Canadian bacon, mozzarella, Parmigiano Reggiano, pineapple Pesto Ricotta Pizza -Homemade pesto: 1 bunch of basil, 1/2 cup of (almonds, pecans or walnuts),  2 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cup olive oil, 1/2 cup parmesan cheese (freshly grated), -Ricotta cheese: Topped with a four blend of cheese (parmesan, asiago, fontina and provolone) Pala Pizza’s Cranberry Goat Cheese & Caramelized Onion Pizza – Tomato sauce (light), cranberry goat cheese (substitute: plain goat cheese + dried cranberries), caramelized onion (half onion cooked down in 2 tbsp butter, 30 min), arugula, lemon zest, balsamic vinegar to drizzle.

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    Bertello Pizza Oven Review: The Oven From Shark Tank is a Lot of Fun I got the Bertello Pizza Oven as a Christmas gift. It’s an item that I never knew that I wanted, but I’m glad to have it now. In this review and video, I try to answer if this oven is something that I’d spend $300 on for myself. Conclusion: After six pizza cooking sessions, I’ve determined that it would’ve been worth the investment for me, but the answer will vary for others. If you’re looking for a fun activity and great tasting pizza, and you understand that it’s a time-consuming process, you should buy it. Things I Love: I’m a perfectionist, and I like to learn new things so cooking with this oven has been a lot of fun. Going into this, I didn’t know anything about pizza, but with each pizza, I’ve gotten better. I’ve experimented with different techniques and wood pellet flavors. It’s rewarding to create something that tastes like a professional crust and to show off to friends and family.The actual cook time is way faster than a traditional home oven. I used to cook my pizza at 450°F for about 15 minutes, but when you’re cooking at over 800°F, it takes around three minutes.The taste is amazing. The advantage of cooking at temperatures hotter than your oven is that the outer shell of the crust gets super crispy, without making the inside hard, while the inside stays soft and squishy.  Plus, you can subtly play around with the taste based on which kind of pellets or wood chunks that you use.The oven is lightweight and portable. This isn’t your typical immovable and permanent brick oven. You can potentially bring this camping or even to a cookout without much inconvenience.Cooking pizza indoors isn’t ideal in the summer because you’ll heat up your whole house. Bertello fixes this. Things I Hate: There aren’t any good resources on how to use this oven. I was hoping there would be a Reddit and YouTube community with lots of tutorials, tips, and people that understood this oven, but there’s nothing right now. It was a Shark Tank product and Mr. Wonderful invested in it, so hopefully, this company gains momentum and builds a community.It seems like a huge missed opportunity for Bertello not to have these resources. Are regular people, like me, supposed to naturally know how to use one of these ovens properly? Hopefully, my video helps people, but we need other resources too.Cooking with this oven is a huge project. While the pizza tastes amazing, does it warrant an extra hour of your time? Is the taste $300 better than your regular oven? The answer to both of these is no. But that’s OK, you just need to understand that it’s time-consuming and have fun with it.You need to clean out the ash and wipe off the pizza stone each time you cook, which is fine, but there’s no easy way to remove the pellet tray without reaching your entire arm inside the oven. I always end up with a black arm by the time that I’m done. You should also do a full clean of the oven every few times that you use it. This gets messy.This isn’t a professional oven and the heat doesn’t circulate evenly. You need to rotate the pizza as it cooks, which can be tricky.It’s hard to maintain the proper temperature. You want the temperature as hot as possible, but at the same time, you don’t want outrageous flames on…

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    Superb 5 Steps For How To Use Bertello Pizza Oven – Milkwood

    Superb 5 Steps For How To Use Bertello Pizza Oven – MilkwoodWhat Is A Pizza Oven?How to use bertello pizza oven? A pizza oven is a large chamber……that heats up very quickly when exposed to firewood logs. These chambers are usually made of bricks or stone, which help retain heat, while allowing air circulation around them. There are several different types available on the market today; some have doors, others do not. Nowadays we can also make our own pizza in house with home pizza oven too!Some come equipped with burners, whereas others only require natural gas. Depending upon their size, they may hold anywhere between 12″ – 24″. Most pizza ovens offer a temperature range of 350°F – 500° F. When fired properly, these ovens produce consistent temperatures throughout the entire cooking process. In here, we also have bertello pizza oven outdoor review that you might want to see.The most important thing you need to know about using your new pizza oven is how long it takes for wood to get hot enough to start baking pizzas in the oven. The time required will vary depending on what type and quality of pizza oven you purchase. However, if you follow the instructions below, you should be able to bake delicious pizzas within 30 minutes! If you have any question: how to clean bertello pizza oven, in here we have an article about it so you know how to clean it well.How does it work?It’s quite straightforward.Remove the cooking stone and the standard Wood/Charcoal Burning Tray from the oven.Include the custom-made Wood Burning Tray for the Gas Burner.Include a Gas BurnerReintroduce the stonePrepare to cook!FeatureCapacity for Extreme TemperaturesThe Bertello Outdoor Pizza Oven is said to generate volcanic heat to temperatures of up to 500 degrees Celsius / 930 degrees Fahrenheit. These high-temperature capabilities aid in baking the pizza foundation, resulting in a crispy crust. Its cooking ability is exceptional for the price. However, the majority of buyers indicate that it never exceeds 800 degrees F, which is more than enough to bake a delectable pie.Rapid HeatingOne element that remains constant is this machine’s extremely quick warm-up time; possibly its compact size contributes to these benefits. It takes less than 20 minutes for this oven to achieve approximately 800 degrees F, and much less in warmer climes. If you despise the lengthy wait until the machine is ready to cook, this model is a no-brainer.Numerous Fuel OptionsOne of the numerous features of this outdoor pizza oven is its ability to operate on a variety of fuel sources. This function enables you to cook over charcoal, wood, or gas, or a combination of these three fuel types. With this diverse fuel source selection, the Bertello Outdoor Pizza Oven combines functionality and authentic wood-fired flavor. With its multi-fuel capability, any baker will feel like a pro.Portability and ConvenienceThe Bertello Outdoor Pizza Oven is lightweight and compact, making it ideal for patios and other small outdoor locations. Additionally, its tiny size makes transporting and storing it a breeze. We can recommend this beast for day trips and camping because of its design.Construct SuperiorityAdditionally, this machine’s robust construction, despite its compact, lightweight form, is a plus. This oven is constructed of durable and solid materials, ensuring that it will serve you well for a long period of time. It features a cordierite stone that ensures optimal heat retention and distribution for consistent cooking outcomes.Exceptional DesignThe Bertello Outdoor Pizza Oven features a sleek, modern design that will instantly bring beauty…

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