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Fourneau Bread Oven: For Fresh Baked Bread at Home
Ah, fresh bread. Does it get any better? But if you’ve ever tried to bake bread at home, you know that it doesn’t really work as well as it does in a bakery or restaurant—unless, of course, you have the Fourneau Bread Oven, engineered specifically for closing that disparity.
The Fourneau Bread Oven does this by way of simple pre-seasoned cast-iron construction, consisting of three pieces: Hatch, base, and cover. You place it and the dough of your choice inside a conventional oven, and suddenly bread bought at your local grocery store begins to taste a lot worse. And the whole thing weighs about the same as a traditional dutch oven.
If, uh, that sounds like a good thing, and if you have enough spare time to make baking bread your new form of home entertainment, you can buy a Fourneau Bread Oven from Amazon right here, where the product is priced at just under $225, dough not included.