Can you put a basement on a cob house?

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Yes, it is possible. It's likely that it will need to be constructed from concrete to ensure the basement is capable of supporting the heavy cob structures of the house.
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Why is the basement the hottest room in your house?

Answer . \nWell, unless you have a basement so deep it reaches to the fires of hell, I'd say you have a heating vent leak. Your money is being wasted heating the basement.

Where is your basement in a house?

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It saves cooking time, and energy: Corn on the cob takes a long time to cook. It would take even longer if you boiled the water first, before adding in the corn on the cob.
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How do you make cob houses?

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