Check Out This Outdoor Oven That’s Ideal for Off-The-Grid Living

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When it comes to cooking with ease and ultimate comfort, we often think of a fancy, state-of-the-art kitchen, right? Well, you won't have to think of that anymore!

If you're living an off-grid life, or just hate cooking indoors during the hot summer, an outdoor oven is a perfect solution!

Made out of inexpensive materials, an outdoor cob oven can not only make life easier, but it can make your food even more delicious.

This tips on the next page will show you how to make your own outdoor oven in a matter of steps.

You don't need much for this project, and the end results will get you excited to cook again!

Find out what you need to make your own outdoor oven for off-grid living on the next page!

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7 Comments

  1. Arthur Haas said:

    These look very much what I remember seeing on Indian Reservations in New Mexico in the 1950’s.

  2. Paul Ragone said:

    I seen almost the same thing in Mexico, they built 2 for a very big wedding I went to. They were 5 feet tall and about 10 feet across and sat on the ground, not raised to waist level. Took 5 hours to build and the fires started about 3pm – it was amazing how much food they were pulling out. (enough for 300 people) and it was Fantastic!!

  3. Arthur Haas said:

    Somewhere there may be some photos of those in NM. In the 1950’s. as a rule visitors were not allowed to take photos in certain areas. If one was even seen trying to use a camera in unauthorized areas, kids would grab them and pull out the film exposing the negative to the sun.

  4. Arthur Haas said:

    Navajo oven 2012. I remember seeing 2 or 3 of these grouped together. With many of them throughout.

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