2/ A more immersive and enjoyable second experience
If you liked your first experience, or if you want to jump straight to the next step, this time you could take a meal with you to cook over a fire. Once again, make sure you have the necessary permission and take sufficient precautions (clear the ground and the surrounding area, dig lightly, surround the fire with stones if possible, do not make large flames, and have water handy just in case).
A cast iron frying pan, saucepan or pot, and you will be ready to recreate classic dishes with a bushcraft twist. Cooking over a fire is not only for searing meats and vegetables, you can also braise food in a recipient with a lid or boil water. Let your imagination run wild! You just need suitable recipients to use on a fire!
A true bushcraft classic is naan bread. A little flour, water and a splash of olive oil are all you need to make this flatbread, cooked on a hot stone by the fire.