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Offline franko9752

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bakers pride p18 120volt
« on: February 27, 2008, 11:15:26 AM »
just seriously getting into pizzabaking and looking at bakerspride p18 120v oven, is this a good oven for baking n.y. style??? 


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Re: bakers pride p18 120volt
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2008, 01:35:39 PM »
It's not a bad oven, but I feel it's under rated to do fresh pies. By the time you get 5-6th pizza the stones inside have cooled down. Then you tend to have a cooked top and undercooked bottom.

I use mine for par baking dough skins. It works well for that, but then again the decks start to lose heat after a half dozen skins. I then make time adjustments. 

So if its for the home as a family pizza oven and at a good price. Go for it.
But if it's for production, I would look at the 220v units due to the recovery time is quicker.

Tim

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