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Hi,

 

Everything is in the title, wondering where to find dry firewood in bangkok, i am in Nonthaburi but can move.

Would like to find dried firewood for pizza oven. Helppppp !!!! xD

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Interesting answer, but not what i am asking. Maybe when thai people use charcoal u should try to teach them about that. I just ask where to buy dried wood, helping just a little thai economy, instead of trying to making lessons about ecology. Maybe fruitman u live without polluting, somewhere in the trees and recycling all your trashes, glad for you, i just want to make some pizza for family and enjoying in real world. 🙂

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May i ask you how u live, wood burning less pollute than charcoal or other , do you use a car , do u use train or bus , taxi or motorcycle, do u use electricity at your home, do u use air-conditionner,do u use flip-flop made by petroleum industry like surely all clothes u use, do u use tv , do u use books for ur kids , do u go to hospital for having scanner or other devices using radioactive material, do u use all of this ? 

IF NO , yes u can try to make me the lesson about ecology. Maybe i should use gas, so i will help other countries to pollute themselves instead of thailand ? 

Ur little lessons , u can keep them for ur little friends in your little world.

 

Maybe thailand should stop to make factories working and firiing all employees because of pollution? 

Thank you to not answer if u have this kind of little comments 🙂

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You could try to ask here for firewood :

info@pizzaoventhaland.com

or

info@easybesthailand.com

 

but i really doubt you  are going to find someone selling a pallet only (normally they would not bother for order below a certain 100 and up number) Or if you are a business : https://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/Pure-Quality-Kiln-Dreid-Alder-Firewood_50045951780.html?spm=a2700.7724857.normalList.16.5ed242a486kjIw

 

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12 hours ago, Silviothai said:

Interesting answer, but not what i am asking. Maybe when thai people use charcoal u should try to teach them about that. I just ask where to buy dried wood, helping just a little thai economy, instead of trying to making lessons about ecology. Maybe fruitman u live without polluting, somewhere in the trees and recycling all your trashes, glad for you, i just want to make some pizza for family and enjoying in real world. 🙂

I live close to you and don't like to smell burning wood.

 

I cut tree's regularly and the wood goes to my family upcountry where it's normal to burn wood. They all do it.

 

Now the Thai finally woke up and started to stop pollution we get the farang burning wood in very densely crowded area's....😴

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@anon7854, thank you for helping, will take a look 🙂

@fruitman, yes no one like to smell burning wood, but thailand isn't cut from modern world,we use filtets for smelling and fine particules, maybe some "farang" don't know that. Anyway,ur way of thinking about pollution doesn't disturb you if it's in upcountry 🙂

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3 hours ago, fruitman said:

 

Difference between burning trashes outside and dried wood (less smoke than anything if you know how to make fire ....) in oven with filters for little particules and smell....

 

3 hours ago, White Christmas13 said:

you can easily bake a pizza in a oven without any wood or charcoal  

You should taste and tell me the difference between a pizza cooked in wood fired oven , gas oven and electric oven, maybe no difference for you....

Maybe with wood pellets, i never tried, it is trendy but think it will not give the right taste.

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10 hours ago, Silviothai said:

You should taste and tell me the difference between a pizza cooked in wood fired oven , gas oven and electric oven, maybe no difference for you....

 

I ate pizza's all over the world, also from wood fired ovens and also in Italy.

 

Serious the best pizza is pan pizza superdeluxe from pizza company.....with their chilipowder on it.

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11 minutes ago, fruitman said:

Serious the best pizza is pan pizza superdeluxe from pizza company.....with their chilipowder on it.

Anything from The Pizza Company is 🤮 Pizza Hut is marginally better if you want pan.

 

A good Italian thin crust pizza (or calzone) made in a wood fired oven cannot be bested.

 

My opinion only of course

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2 minutes ago, Crossy said:

Anything from The Pizza Company is 🤮 Pizza Hut is marginally better if you want pan.

 

A good Italian thin crust pizza (or calzone) made in a wood fired oven cannot be bested.

 

My opinion only of course

only pan pizza supadalak is good from them, and you need medium sized or it's not crispy. Who eats pizza with mayonaise baked on it? And they even give loads of ketchup with it.

 

I was not impressed with the pizza's in italy but they are edible, and pizza hut is just plain bad.

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6 hours ago, fruitman said:

I ate pizza's all over the world, also from wood fired ovens and also in Italy.

 

Serious the best pizza is pan pizza superdeluxe from pizza company.....with their chilipowder on it.

Hahahahahah.  Ok , that pretty much excludes you from any quality discussion on pizza but I'm going to be gentle and say "tastes are different". This is why you see more people at KFC than in a good Thai restaurant 🙂

 

I'm not sure where you ate pizza in Italy ( if it was Napoletan pizza , Roman style , American or what variation ) but comparing pan pizza with the one made in  wood fired ovens is like comparing Wagyu Beef with hamburger beef.  I am not saying that wood fired pizza's can't be bad! They can because pizza is not just only the cooking methods but the ingredients as well. While for some people it makes no difference for other that actually ENJOY food not only because of their physiological needs.... it makes a huge difference in taste. 

 

I can easily make the difference with my eyes closed between a wood fired oven pizza and one made in a pan. Some of my friends don't.

 

To come to this topic at hand , wood oven pizzas are rare in Thailand because :

1) dried wood is much more expensive than gas

2) You have to have a fairly big restaurant with a continuous pizza deliverance so you won't "burn" wood in a way that is not economically justifiable. ( Had a crazy idea to open a restaurant with someone when I was staying in Thailand but I  realised what a stupid idea would that would have been and came to my senses)

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