It is true that simply pouring concrete into a mould is a much cheaper solution compared to Refractory Terracotta,
but, in our opinion, there are several drawbacks that need to be taken into account.
Firstly, the need to minimize the risk of concrete particles crumbling and falling into the food.
That is why an oven destined for outdoor use must be made to last and capable of resisting deterioration
over time, not to mention safety of use.
Another key aspect is the material’s cooking performance and ability to maintain a constant temperature.
We must never skimp on safety, especially in when it comes to food contamination risk. So, it goes
without saying that a terracotta oven is the best option. And to save money and be assured of its quality,
it is best to buy it directly from the manufacturer.