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Ooni Koda Gas-Fired Outdoor Pizza Oven with Baking Stone - £195.99 delivered @ Lakeland
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Ooni Koda Gas-Fired Outdoor Pizza Oven with Baking Stone - £195.99 delivered @ Lakeland

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I welcome any suggestions as to what time of gas would go with it, and where we could find a cheap bottle?
Price matching John Lewis.
TOFO27/09/2019 17:48

I welcome any suggestions as to what time of gas would go with it, and …I welcome any suggestions as to what time of gas would go with it, and where we could find a cheap bottle?


Patio gas.
I’ve got the ooni 3, it’s a brilliant oven will be stocking up on the pellets
Edited by: "jasondungate90" 27th Sep
good price however if you looking for real taste pizza then better is wood fired. eg cwssales.co.uk/pro…en/ I have one and and is perfect
TOFO27/09/2019 17:48

I welcome any suggestions as to what time of gas would go with it, and …I welcome any suggestions as to what time of gas would go with it, and where we could find a cheap bottle?


I use butane (yellow bottle) with my koda and my gas bbq. Butane burns a bit hotter so ideal for bbq’s etc . I did have to change the regulators to butone ones on my bbq and ooni hoses

But to answer your question red, green or yellow bottles are fine as long as you get the right regulator size (£5)
norvin27/09/2019 19:38

good price however if you looking for real taste pizza then better is wood …good price however if you looking for real taste pizza then better is wood fired. eg https://www.cwssales.co.uk/product/ember-oven/ I have one and and is perfect


Do you think that in the 90 seconds it takes to cook a pizza , it’s enough time for it to take on flavour from the fuel used ? Surely when cooking with wood/pellets etc the idea is to have as little smoke as possible in favour of heat ? And the smoke you do have should be extracted through the chimney ?

I agree it would be nice to cook with wood all of the time from a traditional point of view
However gas is so much more convenient and also so much easier to control temperature in the oven .

I’ve used my koda loads since getting it as it’s so easy and convenient. Literally turn the gas on wait 15-20 mins and the stone is up to 400+ and the first pizza is going in

100% worth the money
norvin27/09/2019 19:38

good price however if you looking for real taste pizza then better is wood …good price however if you looking for real taste pizza then better is wood fired. eg https://www.cwssales.co.uk/product/ember-oven/ I have one and and is perfect


Na pizza cooked in 60-90 seconds is too quick to impart any smokey/woody flavours. Choose whichever fuel you're happiest with. Gas is way more convenient and consistent.
Edited by: "burgo1" 27th Sep
jamie50127/09/2019 19:52

Do you think that in the 90 seconds it takes to cook a pizza , it’s enough …Do you think that in the 90 seconds it takes to cook a pizza , it’s enough time for it to take on flavour from the fuel used ? Surely when cooking with wood/pellets etc the idea is to have as little smoke as possible in favour of heat ? And the smoke you do have should be extracted through the chimney ? I agree it would be nice to cook with wood all of the time from a traditional point of view However gas is so much more convenient and also so much easier to control temperature in the oven . I’ve used my koda loads since getting it as it’s so easy and convenient. Literally turn the gas on wait 15-20 mins and the stone is up to 400+ and the first pizza is going in 100% worth the money


What size is your butane bottle?
13kg

flogas.co.uk/sho…tor

It’s lasted me over 2 years and I bbq and use the koda quite a lot . It’s feels like it’s nearly empty now though so need to order a new one.

I think I paid £29 on a deal I saw on here a couple of years ago
I'd stick to propane if it comes with a propane regulator. I know on the Gozney Roccbox FB group people have had problems from butane with soot build up as it burns a lot dirtier.
You'll get some soot with propane but it burns clean in comparison.
The great thing about gas is you can have it on full to heat the stone and turn it down a little when cooking the pizza.
Had a pizza from one of these from caterers at an event last weekend - was a good pizza, cooked quickly - but they did keep turning them and a few had burnt crusts cut off before serving.
W_jelly127/09/2019 21:05

Had a pizza from one of these from caterers at an event last weekend - was …Had a pizza from one of these from caterers at an event last weekend - was a good pizza, cooked quickly - but they did keep turning them and a few had burnt crusts cut off before serving.


You need to turn the pizzas to cook them evenly, it's part of the art of pizza making 👌🍕
john175bramley27/09/2019 20:50

The great thing about gas is you can have it on full to heat the stone and …The great thing about gas is you can have it on full to heat the stone and turn it down a little when cooking the pizza.


I prefer to have it on full to get to temp, turn it on low between pizzas or when eating, then back up to full when cooking again
TOFO27/09/2019 17:48

I welcome any suggestions as to what time of gas would go with it, and …I welcome any suggestions as to what time of gas would go with it, and where we could find a cheap bottle?


Propane gas, that's all patio gas is
Bought! Been looking to bite the bullet on one of these for a while now.
norvin27/09/2019 19:38

good price however if you looking for real taste pizza then better is wood …good price however if you looking for real taste pizza then better is wood fired. eg https://www.cwssales.co.uk/product/ember-oven/ I have one and and is perfect



Agreed but I wouldn’t buy that one.
W_jelly127/09/2019 21:05

Had a pizza from one of these from caterers at an event last weekend - was …Had a pizza from one of these from caterers at an event last weekend - was a good pizza, cooked quickly - but they did keep turning them and a few had burnt crusts cut off before serving.


It does sound like a bit of a faff to keep turning the pizza and a bit nerve wracking cooking with such high temps but in practice it's rather easy and very quick. I'm more often than not half cut when we have a pizza night and I manage ok.

I also got the ooni peel with mine and it's literally just a rectangle sheet of steel but it works amazingly well.
Edited by: "john175bramley" 27th Sep
I got an empty Calor patio gas canister on Ebay for £15 this week, works out cheaper to do that then swap it for a full one at a Calor stockist than getting a new cylinder from them as the start of a new agreement.
burgo127/09/2019 21:15

I prefer to have it on full to get to temp, turn it on low between pizzas …I prefer to have it on full to get to temp, turn it on low between pizzas or when eating, then back up to full when cooking again



Yep , totally agree . That’s why gas is soo good as it gives you temp control almost instantly
jamie50127/09/2019 23:23

Yep , totally agree . That’s why gas is soo good as it gives you temp c …Yep , totally agree . That’s why gas is soo good as it gives you temp control almost instantly


Plus when cooking with wood you spend more time managing the fire than cooking pizza! Had enough of that with the first pizza oven/smoker I bought.

Haven't even bothered trying the wood burner that came with the Roccbox, gas all the way 💪
...heck me, do people really buy these to bake pizza outdoors in UK climate
Edited by: "BS_Man" 27th Sep
jamie50127/09/2019 19:43

I use butane (yellow bottle) with my koda and my gas bbq. Butane burns a …I use butane (yellow bottle) with my koda and my gas bbq. Butane burns a bit hotter so ideal for bbq’s etc . I did have to change the regulators to butone ones on my bbq and ooni hoses But to answer your question red, green or yellow bottles are fine as long as you get the right regulator size (£5)


Do note butane gas doesn't work in low temperatures so get Propane if you want to use it in winter.
I was tempted by the authenticity of an ooni 3 but the convenience of the Koda won and I do not regret my decision, its a fantastic piece of kit. I think a lot of people who buy the 3 end up getting the gas attachment which is not as good as the gas in the Koda.

Remember to buy a metal peel for turning, getting out. I use a wooden peel to launch the pizzas with a sprinkling of semolina on the bottom to stop it sticking. Lots of options on Amazon. Carry case is very useful if you ever want to take it anywhere, I took mine on a domestic holiday last month (the place we were renting already had a gas bbq).

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(I've done better since but no photos)
BS_Man27/09/2019 23:49

...heck me, do people really buy these to bake pizza outdoors in UK …...heck me, do people really buy these to bake pizza outdoors in UK climate


We've just had a lovely long summer. The taste of these pizzas when you make them yourselves is so good, if you were to attach a price per pizza, say pizza express, then you've only got to make 20 odd pizzas then you've made your money back. And they are easily as good as the ones you get in any restaurant
BS_Man27/09/2019 23:49

...heck me, do people really buy these to bake pizza outdoors in UK …...heck me, do people really buy these to bake pizza outdoors in UK climate



I run a mobile catering business doing wood fired pizzas on the side and I was fully booked over summer.
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Weehamish28/09/2019 01:45

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Since buying my wood fired ovens last year I haven’t ordered a takeaway pizza since. Why spend £10 on a takeaway when you can make one for £2
the_giant28/09/2019 06:56

Do note butane gas doesn't work in low temperatures so get Propane if you …Do note butane gas doesn't work in low temperatures so get Propane if you want to use it in winter.


Really ? I use my bbq with the butane over winter to cook steaks /chicken . And that’s on cold north east nights ,. I wonder what temp butane freezes at though , must be very very low ?
Weehamish28/09/2019 01:45

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In the space of 2 months I used my oven every weekend . Cooking at least 5 pizzas every time . That’s at least 40 pizzas just in those two months
They taste loads loads better than any shop bough or takeaway pizza. Worth it just for the taste .
Weehamish28/09/2019 01:45

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Wow that's the first time I've been called middle class! Been called a pleb once or twice but thanks anyway tho. Veganism is not an option as I don't like most fruits or vegetables.... Literally there is a massive industry in pizza ovens/pizza making.
So wrong on all counts....

You know nothing.
Weehamish28/09/2019 01:45

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38562152-v9o3P.jpgChicken & bacon
38562152-rVfJe.jpgChicken, bacon, pepperoni
38562152-E15FJ.jpgChicken korma with yogurt & mint sauce pizza, shaped like a naan bread.

Is that good enough for a troll to eat?
Don't forget peeps that on eBay Lakelands store you get 10% off at the minute and they are the same discounted price on there too. So £176.39, even more of a bargain!!
jamie50127/09/2019 19:43

I use butane (yellow bottle) with my koda and my gas bbq. Butane burns a …I use butane (yellow bottle) with my koda and my gas bbq. Butane burns a bit hotter so ideal for bbq’s etc . I did have to change the regulators to butone ones on my bbq and ooni hoses But to answer your question red, green or yellow bottles are fine as long as you get the right regulator size (£5)


Where did you get your butane regulator from buddy?
Robbo7728/09/2019 10:51

Where did you get your butane regulator from buddy?


If your ordering a bottle online they normally come with one . I’d already used my free one on my bbq so bought this one for the koda

Silverline 940053 21 mm Butane Click-On Regulator amazon.co.uk/dp/…KAP
Matholwch27/09/2019 18:08

Price matching John Lewis.


How about warranty period in John Lewis?
jamie50128/09/2019 11:40

If your ordering a bottle online they normally come with one . I’d already …If your ordering a bottle online they normally come with one . I’d already used my free one on my bbq so bought this one for the koda Silverline 940053 21 mm Butane Click-On Regulator https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B016Y26UN8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_uHZJDb2DVWKAP


Nice one cheers. Have a nearly full bottle of butane in the shed, and a Kodi pizza oven courtesy of Costco (bought months ago and unused). I'll order one of these adapters I think.
38563191-YMJpU.jpgHave the Ooni 3 and started with pellets but find it that is a lot more work, changed to gas and find it the same in terms of taste and a lot easier to work with. Great to impress your friends.
Anything will be better then any store bought pizza and if you perfect it you will think twice before you go to a restaurant for pizza.

Also 10 pizzas won’t cost more then £10, the oven investment will soon be recovered.
burgo128/09/2019 10:15

[Image] Chicken & bacon[Image] Chicken, bacon, pepperoni[Image] Chicken …[Image] Chicken & bacon[Image] Chicken, bacon, pepperoni[Image] Chicken korma with yogurt & mint sauce pizza, shaped like a naan bread.Is that good enough for a troll to eat?


These look amazing what pizza dough recipe do you use to create these please?
007xico28/09/2019 12:47

[Image] Have the Ooni 3 and started with pellets but find it that is a lot …[Image] Have the Ooni 3 and started with pellets but find it that is a lot more work, changed to gas and find it the same in terms of taste and a lot easier to work with. Great to impress your friends.Anything will be better then any store bought pizza and if you perfect it you will think twice before you go to a restaurant for pizza. Also 10 pizzas won’t cost more then £10, the oven investment will soon be recovered.


Can you share your tips to create the pizza shown in your picture, flour type, pricing times etc, I have just ordered and am looking for tips In advance.
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