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Mama LaRosa dough balls work great in all oven types, click here for bake time recommendations.

Brick Pizza Ovens

Brick pizza ovens have a hearth and dome that are made from refractory bricks (high heat bricks). The design is a direct replica of ancient bakery ovens. Traditional brick pizza ovens are fueled by wood, but gas and coal can also be used. Pizza purists believe that a wood-fired brick oven is the…

Pizza Deck Ovens

Pizza deck ovens feature stone shelves or decks on which the pizzas are directly placed to bake. They are the next best thing to a wood-fired oven.

Pizza Convection Ovens

With rising utility costs, all restaurants are looking for ways to save money. A pizza convection oven decreases both cooking time and energy use while producing pizzas that are comparable to traditional methods.

Conveyor Ovens

Conveyor ovens are one of the slower methods for making a pizza. The pizza is pulled through the cooking chamber on a chain conveyor belt. Though this cooking method is slower, you can also cook more than pizza in a conveyor oven.

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