I like good food, I like bushcraft, and I also have this hobby of collecting old camp stoves, the combination of which has led me down some interesting YouTube rabbit holes. I have seen numerous videos of people cooking incredible meals in the woods - fresh eggs, bacon, sausage, sauteeing fresh vegetables, rotisserie cooking whole chickens or pork roasts, grilling steaks, making fancy stews, baking desserts, brewing fancy espresso beverages, etc. My experience with cooking in the woods typically involves boiling a cup of water and adding it to a dehydrated Mountain House meal, or instant oatmeal, or mashed potato mix, or instant coffee or a tea bag. Maybe occasionally make some bannock. So what gives here? Are people actually packing a refrigerator full of food with them? Or are most of these videos shot like 20 yards behind their house and made to look like they're "deep in the woods"? Because I would love to eat better when I'm out camping but just can't understand how you bring a dozen fresh eggs or t-bone steaks with you.