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    • ^ same idea for me. Don't want to have to invest in the separate gas burner. My main bbq is charcoal already, and it's enough work as it is. I wanna make pizza cooking simpler with just propane.
      Fired mine up last weekend and no issues getting up to temp with charcoal/wood. It may have got too hot as bottom was burned and was in about a minute or so but still tasted great. Not sure if it was too much flour or the heat so got a infrared temp reader for this weekend. The second pizza I really messed up as it stick to the peel and made a mess. It is a learning curve for sure
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    • Did you call or do it via the online enforcement? I was denied trying to PM the Ooni website directly as it was a “limited time sale”
      I did it in person in store
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    • did you also get a peel or natural gas conversion kit?
      just received , Purolator delayed my shipping , it doesn't come with anything , I need to buy Peel and Natural Gas conversion kit
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    • I really like the smokey flavour added to the pizza through using charcoal and wood.

      The results depend on personal taste, your technique and what you are burning (the quality/type of charcoal and wood make a difference).

      There is nothing wrong with the natural gas (it is easier and it gets up-to temperature faster), however I definitely prefer the Karu16 without natural gas (if I change my mind in the future, or find myself needing to cook pizzas faster at parties (etc) then I might add the natural gas capability (but I doubt that will ever happen).
      Even better if it does come through, looking forward to it.
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    • From what others are saying most seem to think the wood imparts no flavor to the pizza, even opting to use gas for when larger groups are concerned. I'm still going to save up for the 16 Karu for next sale.
      I really like the smokey flavour added to the pizza through using charcoal and wood.

      The results depend on personal taste, your technique and what you are burning (the quality/type of charcoal and wood make a difference).

      There is nothing wrong with the natural gas (it is easier and it gets up-to temperature faster), however I definitely prefer the Karu16 without natural gas (if I change my mind in the future, or find myself needing to cook pizzas faster at parties (etc) then I might add the natural gas capability (but I doubt that will ever happen).
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    • Then why not get the all gas 16” Koda for $599?
      I like managing fires, charcoal bbq, etc. The other were claims that the propane attachment for the Karu produced better results then the 2 sides Koda. And the higher height clearance allowed for wider variety of non pizza related items. Also like the idea of the door and half door options though I'm sure someone made that for the Koda. And well it's a fire pizza oven, even if little flavor is imparted it's just cool.
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    • I'm still going to save up for the 16 Karu for next sale.
      Then why not get the all gas 16” Koda for $599?
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    • Struggling with the Multi-fuel 12" Karu for $399(-$35) from Lowes or the $599 Koda from Bestbuy.
      I prefer to do smaller pizzas and like how fast they all can cook (family of 4, the kids share a 12"). It'd hate to get a 12" pizza stuck to the sides when I'm dropping it in, I'd appreciate the extra space.
      I'm a woodworker so I have lots of wood I'd love to be burning (maple, oak) instead of propane. I like the option of using propane, I'd probably get away without ever using propane though.
      From what others are saying most seem to think the wood imparts no flavor to the pizza, even opting to use gas for when larger groups are concerned. I'm still going to save up for the 16 Karu for next sale.
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    • Struggling with the Multi-fuel 12" Karu for $399(-$35) from Lowes or the $599 Koda from Bestbuy.
      I prefer to do smaller pizzas and like how fast they all can cook (family of 4, the kids share a 12"). It'd hate to get a 12" pizza stuck to the sides when I'm dropping it in, I'd appreciate the extra space.
      I'm a woodworker so I have lots of wood I'd love to be burning (maple, oak) instead of propane. I like the option of using propane, I'd probably get away without ever using propane though.
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    • The sale is over but how much was the Karu16 when the sale was on ?
      $879 I think.
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    • The sale is over but how much was the Karu16 when the sale was on ?
      20% off
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    • I have been waiting to buy a Karu16 and cover forever - finally snagged a deal!
      The sale is over but how much was the Karu16 when the sale was on ?
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    • Apart from the size which makes it easier to turn the pizza in the oven (thereby preventing you from burning the pizza), the 16" has burners on 3 sides of the oven whereas the 12" only has the burner at the back so the 16" cooks your pizza a lot more uniformly and you have better control over how you want to bake the crust. The 16" burners are twice as powerful as the 12" burners. The 16" also has the ability to convert to NG. If you have the budget, the 16" is definitely the way to go.
      The 16 sounds like its much easier to burn the pizza if the burners are on 2 sides vs the 12 having it just on the back. I think traditional pizza ovens only have a burner/fire on a single side, so the 12 is more traditional.
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    • Just to make a correction.. the 16 only had flames on two sides.. when looking in, the left hand side and the back..

      I have never owned the 12 or even seen it, but the 16 definitely is spacious.. I would imagine the portability on the 12 being a lot easier though.. the 16 is quite large and a bit of a pain to move
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    • is a 16" vs 12" a pride show off type thing, like how big your yatch is?
      or does the size actually help in some way?
      Apart from the size which makes it easier to turn the pizza in the oven (thereby preventing you from burning the pizza), the 16" has burners on 3 sides of the oven whereas the 12" only has the burner at the back so the 16" cooks your pizza a lot more uniformly and you have better control over how you want to bake the crust. The 16" burners are twice as powerful as the 12" burners. The 16" also has the ability to convert to NG. If you have the budget, the 16" is definitely the way to go.
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    • did you also get a peel or natural gas conversion kit?
      It’s in transit , will be delivered tomorrow.

      I am not sure it has any accessory included . I will
      Order Natura Gas Conversation kit once I test it out.
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    • Where did you get the accessories from?
      Infared Thermoeter - Amazon for $25
      Peel - https://williamsfoodequipment.com/ - first order get $10 off and order to Quebec only charged GST - I got the 14" ooni
      Gloves/cover/brush - Ooni during the sale
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    • Where did you get the accessories from?
      Got my Koda 16 on Friday, and it's awesome.. but of course, adding accessories costs a lot more..

      I would definitely recommend:

      -a perforated steel peel.. wood ones can't pick it up once you throw it in there.. It's fairly easy to pick the pizza up to turn as well, but I think I'm going to get a "turner" at some point.. avoids having to turn the pizza with my fingers while it's very hot.

      -a cover in my opinion is a must as well.. lots of stuff flying around, and I don't want that in my koda..

      -something to clean it with as well.. it's fairly deep and a pain to get into.. I just ordered the ooni brush (coming Friday)

      -infrared thermometer is definitely a plus to make sure it's hot enough

      -I cooked over the weekend when it was very hot and no rain.. I ended up buying the "hot" gloves in case I wanted to cook on a day that it might rain later.. that way I can just pick it up and put it under shelter.. might not need it, but for $30 I thought it wasn't bad.

      The accessories add up quickly.. I know you can buy some knock offs etc, but I easily spent another $250+.


      I bought cans of the Di Napoli tomatos to make the sauce, but haven't used it yet since I also bought their Pizza Sauce and it's actually really really good (pricey but should last a few pizzas - I found some for $5.95 at one store in MTL, and then another store closer to home was $7.95)

      I made my own dough using all purpose flour and 00 (Caputo's).. definitely DO NOT go by measurements, go by weight.. I made the recipe once with measurements and the dough was very dense.. using weight the next night was WAY better..

      There is definitely a learning curve to cooking it.. at the highest heat, chances are you'll burn the top but have a little bit of raw dough.. better to bring the temp down, cook it slightly slower, and then if you like a little bit of char, turn the heat up at the end.. I wanted Ezzo pepperoni, but couldn't find a place in MTL that sells it, I used the Roma pepperoni instead, and it's not that bad.

      Definitely a fun toy, and we'll use it a lot this summer.. my wife said it was much better than the pizza we would usually by (mind you our kids only like pizza such as dominos/pizza hut/pizza pizza)..

      I also got the table that someone recommended from Princess Auto a couple of weeks back, and it's perfect.. (well, would have preferred maybe a couple of inches wider, but considering it was like $140 vs $400 for an Ooni one, I'll take it..
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    • Ordered the Koda 16 at bestbuy for 599$ too. Out of stock everywhere in Quebec and no shipping but I managed to get it shipped to my brother in law in Ontario.
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    • Got my Koda 16 on Friday, and it's awesome.. but of course, adding accessories costs a lot more..

      I would definitely recommend:

      -a perforated steel peel.. wood ones can't pick it up once you throw it in there.. It's fairly easy to pick the pizza up to turn as well, but I think I'm going to get a "turner" at some point.. avoids having to turn the pizza with my fingers while it's very hot.

      -a cover in my opinion is a must as well.. lots of stuff flying around, and I don't want that in my koda..

      -something to clean it with as well.. it's fairly deep and a pain to get into.. I just ordered the ooni brush (coming Friday)

      -infrared thermometer is definitely a plus to make sure it's hot enough

      -I cooked over the weekend when it was very hot and no rain.. I ended up buying the "hot" gloves in case I wanted to cook on a day that it might rain later.. that way I can just pick it up and put it under shelter.. might not need it, but for $30 I thought it wasn't bad.

      The accessories add up quickly.. I know you can buy some knock offs etc, but I easily spent another $250+.


      I bought cans of the Di Napoli tomatos to make the sauce, but haven't used it yet since I also bought their Pizza Sauce and it's actually really really good (pricey but should last a few pizzas - I found some for $5.95 at one store in MTL, and then another store closer to home was $7.95)

      I made my own dough using all purpose flour and 00 (Caputo's).. definitely DO NOT go by measurements, go by weight.. I made the recipe once with measurements and the dough was very dense.. using weight the next night was WAY better..

      There is definitely a learning curve to cooking it.. at the highest heat, chances are you'll burn the top but have a little bit of raw dough.. better to bring the temp down, cook it slightly slower, and then if you like a little bit of char, turn the heat up at the end.. I wanted Ezzo pepperoni, but couldn't find a place in MTL that sells it, I used the Roma pepperoni instead, and it's not that bad.

      Definitely a fun toy, and we'll use it a lot this summer.. my wife said it was much better than the pizza we would usually by (mind you our kids only like pizza such as dominos/pizza hut/pizza pizza)..

      I also got the table that someone recommended from Princess Auto a couple of weeks back, and it's perfect.. (well, would have preferred maybe a couple of inches wider, but considering it was like $140 vs $400 for an Ooni one, I'll take it..
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    • Got the Koda 12 from Lowe's for $359.99 (PM Best Buy). Special order so have to wait a little while for them to get it in store.
      Did you call or do it via the online enforcement? I was denied trying to PM the Ooni website directly as it was a “limited time sale”
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    • Heads up that the Koda 16 is $599.99 at Best Buy till June 1.
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    • I thought the same thing but it doesn't work with these Ooni ovens. The stone needs 5-10 minutes between pizzas to heat back up. And leaving your dough on the peel for that long is a sticking risk. Trying to rapid fire cook will lead to pale bottoms and/or burnt tops.
      Damn not what I wanted to hear. thank you though
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    • Exactly what I have been saying to folks. Did my first test cook last night damn thing cooked in like 60 seconds lol.

      I think my goal is to order a few wooden peels so I can have like 3 Pizzas ready to go.
      I thought the same thing but it doesn't work with these Ooni ovens. The stone needs 5-10 minutes between pizzas to heat back up. And leaving your dough on the peel for that long is a sticking risk. Trying to rapid fire cook will lead to pale bottoms and/or burnt tops.
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    • is a 16" vs 12" a pride show off type thing, like how big your yatch is?
      or does the size actually help in some way?
      I have the 12" PC, it's fine for 2-3 pple, any more and you feel like your feeding people slowly but it's still doable because they cook quick.

      I'd like the larger one but hard to justify so far with prices.
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    • Got the Koda 12 from Lowe's for $359.99 (PM Best Buy). Special order so have to wait a little while for them to get it in store.
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    • is a 16" vs 12" a pride show off type thing, like how big your yatch is?
      or does the size actually help in some way?
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    • Exactly why I didn't bother with the 16 version as the extra inches really don't make a huge difference, its hundreds of dollars more when it takes 1 minute to cook the pizza... Just cook two of them...
      Exactly what I have been saying to folks. Did my first test cook last night damn thing cooked in like 60 seconds lol.

      I think my goal is to order a few wooden peels so I can have like 3 Pizzas ready to go.
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    • Lowes has 35$ off purchases over 300 so I ordered the Karu 12 multi 411.32 after tax. Will try with Charcoal this weekend and decide if I need gas hookup or not later. The Karu 16 at over 1000$ does not make sense for 4 inches bigger. Even onsale it was 879 which is double.
      Exactly why I didn't bother with the 16 version as the extra inches really don't make a huge difference, its hundreds of dollars more when it takes 1 minute to cook the pizza... Just cook two of them...
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    • Lowes has 35$ off purchases over 300 so I ordered the Karu 12 multi 411.32 after tax. Will try with Charcoal this weekend and decide if I need gas hookup or not later. The Karu 16 at over 1000$ does not make sense for 4 inches bigger. Even onsale it was 879 which is double.
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    • Why not just forget the 10 % off and get the multi fuel for 399.99. https://www.lowes.ca/product/outdoor-pi ... in-4082870
      Think it is better for 40$ more
      Fire up with wood or charcoal right out of the box, or with gas with the Ooni gas burner, sold separately.
      Yeah, that is my reason for not getting it. I don't want to be dealing with all these extra pieces to get it running or invest in constantly buying wood chips for a premium. I just want to connect up my propane tank and get cooking.
      ^ same idea for me. Don't want to have to invest in the separate gas burner. My main bbq is charcoal already, and it's enough work as it is. I wanna make pizza cooking simpler with just propane.
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    • Yeah, that is my reason for not getting it. I don't want to be dealing with all these extra pieces to get it running or invest in constantly buying wood chips for a premium. I just want to connect up my propane tank and get cooking.
      Gotcha.. I will just try with charcoal\wood at first and see how she goes. I have NAT gas so my burner is more than the LP burner and yeah 205$ is a little pricey
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    • Just prepare a bunch of dough and freeze them. But after you make a few, it takes 5 mins. With the right dough, it's really fast and certainly not harder to clean up than any other meal. If you like pizza, it's a great buy. I'm really happy with the result and it doesn't compare to your over pizza. It's like comparing cooking a steak in your oven vs BBQ. Oh and i use the organic flour from Costco.
      This is why I do not want to make a investment of 1-2K and will just start with 400$ and see if I use it often. Even if I use once in a while 400$ is ok. If I do tend to use more than on occasion will invest in a better one down the road or just build my own.
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    • so help me understand, is it just a super cool novelty thing to have in back yard and for kids? isnt it so much more work to prep and make stuff and clean up etc.? and its a lot better than the frozen oven pizza?

      feel like i want to try it out, but i worry i use it once and never again, but those who have it seem to appreciate it?
      Just prepare a bunch of dough and freeze them. But after you make a few, it takes 5 mins. With the right dough, it's really fast and certainly not harder to clean up than any other meal. If you like pizza, it's a great buy. I'm really happy with the result and it doesn't compare to your over pizza. It's like comparing cooking a steak in your oven vs BBQ. Oh and i use the organic flour from Costco.
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    • Fire up with wood or charcoal right out of the box, or with gas with the Ooni gas burner, sold separately.
      Yeah, that is my reason for not getting it. I don't want to be dealing with all these extra pieces to get it running or invest in constantly buying wood chips for a premium. I just want to connect up my propane tank and get cooking.
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