The Hero’s Mom Is An Executive Of The Demon King Chapter 19
Thankfully, there was wheat and milk(not cream, apparently) in this world as well.
Apparently, there were plants and animals that are similar to the ones back on earth, however, there were still some differences.
When I told Shiva what I needed, he said I could get oil, vinegar and sugar.
“Flour, eggs, milk, oil, sugar, salt, pepper, and vinegar; with these, I can make all kinds of dishes.”
With that, Shiva and Garon began to prepare to go out as quickly as they could.
”Let’s go get some as soon as possible. I’ll put up the wards just in case, but don’t go outside. Even though it’s daytime, it’s not exactly safe out there.”
“I’m gonna bring back a bunch of eggs!”
And so I was to stay home alone.
“Let’s just get my stuff together.”
I took all of my stuff out of Ren and I’s backpack and laid it out on the floor.
Tent, sleeping bag, sleeping bag mat, Dutch oven, skillet, kettle, cooking utensils, cutlery, dishes, knives, fire starter, lantern, portable water purifier, toiletries, aluminium foil, trash bag, rope, warm clothes, military gloves, towels, and a change of clothes.
All of these items are essential for life here.
It was a good idea to buy a solar-powered lantern that could be charged by sunlight, as well as an emergency kit.
The tents are lightweight and one-touch, so you can set them up by yourself, and you can also change your clothes if you put them in your room.
But it doesn’t fit in with the decor of the room and takes up a lot of space, so they might object to it.
The folding table, chairs and cooler box were carried on a carry cart and we left them over there, which was a little disappointing.
I decided to move the cooking utensils and other items to the kitchen and store the ones I wasn’t going to use right away in my own backpack.
“I should do some laundry while I’m at it”
I put the clothes in a tub of water and pushed it out.
(I wonder if they have soap or detergent here?)
When Ren was in elementary school, I had the experience of making soap from waste oil in a parent-child hands-on class.
(I remember using Caustic Soda at that time.)
It was quite fun, and for a while, I got hooked on soap making and read and learned about it.
As I recall, there was a method of making soap from lye and tallow in a large pot over a fire, and then stirring and simmering it for hours.
That way, I could get the ingredients and maybe make it myself.