Community Oven

Calling all bread trucks that look like this. Baguettes, a whole mini truck filled with thick crusted bread. This is the kind of bread that was birthed from a real brick oven. This kind of baking is an art that every village should experience.

A good Idea: In Europe, communal ovens date back to the 14th-15th century, mostly owned by churches, and charged a fee to bake your families loaf. Eventually taken over by the village, the community people were then in charge of the oven + no fee. Once a week the oven would be fired up and the villagers would gather, talk + bake. Looking forward to seeing a community bread oven in a town near me soon. Unique experience that deserves the flame to fired.

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