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Wooden 30cm pizza peel, Italian Birchwood £4.95 + £3.50 delivery at Sous Chef
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Wooden 30cm pizza peel, Italian Birchwood £4.95 + £3.50 delivery at Sous Chef

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Posted 10th Jan

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Having found my homemade pizza bases have a tendency to stick to metal peels, I thought I'd have a look for wooden ones. Found this and thought it's a pretty good deal, am ordering 3x so I can pre-prepare some pizzas when cooking for others. Hope it's useful to someone. Delivery only £3.50 unless spending enough for free delivery. PS Many thanks to Bezzi for spotting the Uuni3 gas burner which I bought then carried on to search for these.
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Have some heat, great price for a wooden peal. I have both wood and metal ones and by far the wood are the ones to go for.
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Good find. For prep/launching its wood all the way
deleted4728710/01/2020 13:30

Good find. For prep/launching its wood all the way


Out of interest why? Is it easier to shake off the paddle? My assumption (having only used metal) us that it would adhere to wood more, because of the grain. Cheers
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Stupid question, would this be good for bread as well?
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SmokeyNegroni10/01/2020 14:34

Out of interest why? Is it easier to shake off the paddle? My assumption … Out of interest why? Is it easier to shake off the paddle? My assumption (having only used metal) us that it would adhere to wood more, because of the grain. Cheers


I find that the moisture in the base tends to mean it sticks to the metal peels - the wood peels are very smooth (and can be oiled) and the base just slides off without catching.
deleted4728710/01/2020 14:38

I find that the moisture in the base tends to mean it sticks to the metal …I find that the moisture in the base tends to mean it sticks to the metal peels - the wood peels are very smooth (and can be oiled) and the base just slides off without catching.


Thanks, v helpful!
8% TCB... and use semolina or polenta on the base of the pizza so that it'll slide off the peel easier.
Edited by: "frogman" 10th Jan
Thanks Frogman, I am rubbish at using cashback sites, must make it my New Years Revolution
I originally started out with this type of peel but switched to a metal one a couple of years ago. With the wooden peel, it was necessary to make up the pizza on the peel because it wouldn't slide under a made up pizza without snagging it. I always used either flour or coarse semolina to help it slide off and onto the stone.

I switched to the metal peel and started making up the pizzas on the work surface, still with a fine scattering of coarse semolina underneath. The trick with the metal peel is to rub down the sharp edges with some fine wet and dry paper so they are rounded off. This prevents the edge from catching as you slide the peel under to remove it from the work surface.

I still use the wooden peel. It's my 'taking off' peel, which is more suitable for cutting the pizza on before serving. The next pizza is already on the metal peel ready to go in the oven

This is a good price for these wooden peels. I'm half tempted to get a spare as mine is starting to wear down from all that pizza cutting.
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