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A late response but still relevant - shopping trolleys are cheap. They cost just £1 each from any supermarket in the UK ?
I'm not familiar with the Northern Dough Co, but I always associated Jus-Roll with pastry/pie casings. Not difficult at all, and preferable in taste as an added bonus.Incidentally, the campfire twist dough can be used to make ash-cakes (no, not hash-cakes :'D) by simply burying "pattie" shapes in your embers for 5 minutes or so before exhuming them, dusting the ashes and occasional ember off, and drowned in molten butter. It's worth it, I promise.
No canned dough here in the UK as far as I know, and I've lived here for 20 years. I use this recipe with the addition of three heaped tablespoons of milk powder. Plus, if the dry ingredients were placed in a zip-lock bag at home, then all that's needed at the camp is to add the water, seal the bag and knead away from outside. This keeps the hands from getting all gummy.
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Works just as well in the oven :) Less of a smoky flavour, but just as good. I've been making bread this way for years now. And this same recipe makes pretty good diy pizza bases too :)
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