Damper: In colonial Australia, stockmen developed the technique of making damper out of necessity. Often away from home for weeks, with just a camp fire to cook on and only sacks of flour as provisions, a basic staple bread evolved. It was originally made with flour and water and a good pinch of salt, kneaded, shaped into a round, and baked in the ashes of the campfire or open fireplace.
Australian Busters Recipe (One Perfect Bite) | Busters are savory biscuits or crackers that were given this unusual name because when eaten without caution they become belt busters. They are made from a cheesy dough that is very much like the dough used to make a pie.
Damper - yeast free bread originally cooked on camp fires or in a dutch oven and buried in hot coals. I often cook in the micro wave if in a hurry. Will not keep so if you can't use it the same day, freeze it. Excellent with stews and soups.