Bark on natural edge bowl
I'm thinking about trying my second natural edge bowl. The first one I turned all in one session, oiled it and understood it would go oval - it did, but didn't crack. For the second one I'd like to do a rough turn, dry, and then later a finish turn. The question is do I need to handle the bark differently - should I leave the bark the same width as the rough bowl thickness, or will the bark be really likely to break off when finish turning so maybe I should cut the bark to the finished width even though I leave the rest of the wall thicker?