duck&cover I always enjoy demonstrations like these.
TeenerTot I got sucked in to watching part 2.
chumbucket Yeah I just might make one of these babies.
Kieran27 Damn... now I'm hungry for that bread. And I'd have to build an oven to get it. Project for next year I guess. Five stars for the description.
Binro the Heretic Go ahead and make the bread. He'll tell you what temperature to set your modern oven at and how long to cook it!
baleen l highly recommend the Tartine baking book if you want to make seriously outstanding bread in a normal gas\electric oven.
Binro the Heretic He's got another video showing how to set up an earthen oven that's useable sooner, but not as durable. It's the sort of oven an encamped army would set up if they were going to be in one spot for a moderate length of time.
His whole channel is excellent. I've cooked a few of the recipes he's shown. He did some really excellent asparagus side dishes, beef pasty and an awesome pork pie.
What I like about him is he's not one of those fanatical foodies. He doesn't insist you use a real wood-fired stove, 18th century cooking implements or expensive hard-to-find ingredients. The pork pie recipe called for gelatin made from boiling pigs' feet, but he said "if you don't like that idea, just use some packets of unflavored gelatin prepared according to their instructions." Most people with YouTube cooking channel would freak out at the idea of using canned ingredients as opposed to fresh.
Old_Zircon I was happy to see that he uses flax oil on his cast iron. I've been using it because I figure a polymerizing oil would make a harder coating but I had no idea if I was actually right.
Jet Bin Fever Guy seems nice. I bet it would be fun to hang out with him for an afternoon.
Killer Joe You'd look up and BAM! You'd realize he has you stomping cobb.