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Celt_Ginger

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Re: Bannock
« Reply #15 on: August 27, 2009 »

Just to clarify, you make a runny mixture and put a small portion in the frying pan and fry it like a pancake. Take it out, eat it, then make another one.
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Re: Bannock
« Reply #16 on: September 11, 2009 »

I wounder if i should do them in the cafe  ???

Ill have to do the sums to see how mush they would be to make eash one.
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Re: Bannock
« Reply #17 on: September 11, 2009 »

Wolf if you made these in your cafe you would prob make about 80% profit on them. A bag of flour goes a long long way and even further if you buy it in trader quantities. Find out who supplies the bakeries and get it even cheaper. I know if i was in the vicinity of your cafe on a cold december afternoon i would def call in for some fresh cooked bannock and a jig of whiskey infused coffee. Dammit cant wait till errigal tomorrow now and cook it wild with some jamesons.
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Re: Bannock
« Reply #18 on: September 11, 2009 »

Sounds good mate, ill be looking into that.
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armysurplusireland

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Re: Bannock
« Reply #19 on: September 21, 2009 »

Just use gold old soda bread flour , and add raisins etc if you wish, But the flour works with water only if you have no milk powder, or beer or cider . Great with cheese and fried onions added to the doughmix.

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Re: Bannock
« Reply #20 on: September 21, 2009 »

Just use gold old soda bread flour , and add raisins etc if you wish, But the flour works with water only if you have no milk powder, or beer or cider . Great with cheese and fried onions added to the doughmix.

 ;)

I like the sound of this alot.  ;D
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armysurplusireland

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Re: Bannock
« Reply #21 on: September 21, 2009 »

Trust me I like my grub, and being outdoors is no excuse to let standards slip... aint nothing like the munchies  ;)
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Re: Bannock
« Reply #22 on: September 21, 2009 »

LOL true live it up when you can.  ;D
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Re: Bannock
« Reply #23 on: September 25, 2009 »

Just use gold old soda bread flour , and add raisins etc if you wish, But the flour works with water only if you have no milk powder, or beer or cider . Great with cheese and fried onions added to the doughmix.

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now that i'd like to try.
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Re: Bannock
« Reply #24 on: September 25, 2009 »

Just use gold old soda bread flour , and add raisins etc if you wish, But the flour works with water only if you have no milk powder, or beer or cider . Great with cheese and fried onions added to the doughmix.

 ;)

I know makin the mixture in the house before you leave is still a bit of a cheat from a survival/bushcrafting point of view but using soda bread flour is cheating even more, is it not??? just a thought, i like the whole mixing it all together and experimenting before you 'leave' Premade flour sounds just too easy ???

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David
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Re: Bannock
« Reply #25 on: September 25, 2009 »

Just use gold old soda bread flour , and add raisins etc if you wish, But the flour works with water only if you have no milk powder, or beer or cider . Great with cheese and fried onions added to the doughmix.

 ;)

I know makin the mixture in the house before you leave is still a bit of a cheat from a survival/bushcrafting point of view but using soda bread flour is cheating even more, is it not??? just a thought, i like the whole mixing it all together and experimenting before you 'leave' Premade flour sounds just too easy besides i want bannock not soda bread ???

Regards,

David
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Re: Bannock
« Reply #26 on: October 10, 2009 »

i think im under equiped to make bannock,i havent got the little leather bags with the ziplock liners so surely mine wouldnt taste like the proper item  ;D

i vaguely remember making a flour and water mix and wrapping it round a stick like a swizzle and baking it over a fire. id just need a wils cow to milk then churn up some butter and bobs yer uncle ..........er i mean Rays yer uncle  :P
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