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    One of the teachers at one of my visit schools asked me what gaijin eat when they go camping. Since the sum total of my camping experience is school camps and one time when me and my friend attempted to camp out in the backyard, I have absolutely no idea. Can anyone tell me? He'd really appreciate it.
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    No idea why you've posted this in the lesson plans section but:

    Baked beans.
    Tinned food in general.
    Marshmallows round the camp fire.

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    Good things to cook in an actual campfire are

    jacket potatoes
    bananas sliced down the middle with a flake put in it

    both these wrapped in foil and put in the fire.

    When I was a guide we used to eat these and something called 'blackbirds' which were fried jam sandwiches (very yummy).

    Now for camping I just eat stuff that is easy to heat up like pouches of curry and rice or pasta and sauce.

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    Trail mix or 'scroggin' as the little fellas from Australia and New Zealand call it.

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    Hot dogs, chili and whiskey.

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    rabbit, rat, fox, whatever you can catch in a snare really.
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    Condensed milk from the tube, because it rains and you can't get a fucking fire going and the rest of the food gets wet.

    Edit: How could I forget the bottle of Jim Beam... or the cigarettes that quickly run out and the regular smokers defend them with their lives.
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    since when has condensed milk come in tubes?
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    Seconding trail mix and smores! Not just marshmallows, but roasted marshmallows sandwiched with chocolate bars and graham crackers.

    And beer. Lots and lots of beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EddieHitler
    since when has condensed milk come in tubes?
    Since like forever.

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    What sort of girly condensed milk is that? Thats not going to keep you alive out in the harsh artic winds of the frozen north. This is what its supposed to come in

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    Well, I'd never considered opening a can as being a cornerstone of survival of the fittest, but I stand corrected.
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    who knew that cow mucus had so many uses.
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    Cheeseburger in a can!

    Totally all you need.

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    Dont forget to bring a Jew.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaurenRox
    Seconding trail mix and smores! Not just marshmallows, but roasted marshmallows sandwiched with chocolate bars and graham crackers.

    And beer. Lots and lots of beer.
    I was reading about these "smores" in a camping lesson plan of my predecessor's. What in the hell are graham crackers?!

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    You can buy Graham Crackers at Jupiter, so I presume at other foreign food stores.
    I had my first and last Smore about a month ago. You Americans and your crazy sweet tooth

    In South Africa we have beer bread which you can make in a poitjie http://www.thecellarstore.com/potjiepot.html and of course while you are at it, potjie kos http://funkymunky.co.za/potjierecipes.html
    They sell potjies in Japan, so the kids should know what you are talking about when you show them a pic.
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    Thanks guys!
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    Yeah, it's really good stuff. For some reason, they bound it as a book, instead of on a roll. There's 190 pages, which is probably good for at least a few dozen shits.

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    yah, seconding hotdogs. If you're cooking an actual meal over the campfire I think that's the stereotypical one.

    smores of course, trail mix too.

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    KM, usually if you're camping in NZ you're near a beach, so fish and mussels.

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