4 enter into life

 Open the door and go back to the kitchen. I'm hungry, but nothing would be as convenient as a quick meal in about five minutes as in the previous world.

 Look at the shelves and see what ingredients are there. There are beans and vegetables (mostly root vegetables), smoked and probably pig meat.
 Looking into the jars on the shelves, you will find salted, probably pork meat. I'll just boil these and eat them.

 The pot was already on the kamado, so I transferred the water from the big jug to the small one and lit the kamado. I thought I had to make the fire myself, but with a little magic, I was able to light the furnace.

 He said that the magic is minimal, but he included this area that is useful in life as a minimum. It's romantic to make your own fire, but it's a hassle in life, and I'm grateful for this.

 It occurred to me that if a fire could be made with simple, even minimal, magic, there should be something like a refrigerator, but I don't see it.
 In fact, there are only dried and seemingly fresh vegetables, and only dried meat.
 The refrigeration technology is not particularly developed, or if it is, it is of a very high quality and probably out of place in such a remote area.

 The water in the pot boiled and turned into hot water, so I put the sliced salted meat, vegetables and beans into it. There were two types of beans, one like lentils and the other like soybeans, but this time we decided to put the soybean-like ones. Continue heating, stirring with a wooden ladle.

 Watching the wobbling pot, I think about my future life.
 The money will come from blacksmithing, but what will we do for food, seasoning (for the time being, I think only salt, which doubles as a preservative), and water?
 I don't know if they'll be able to suddenly sell what I've made.
 Given that, we'll have to figure out how to get some before the food here runs out.
 We'll find out if it's morning or afternoon when I'm awake today and what it's like after dark in this house and explore the forest tomorrow.

 I don't know how big this forest is, after all, I don't know how big it is.
 Maybe I have geographic information "installed" in my head, but I don't know where I am. If possible, I want to find the nearest human settlement and find out where this forest is, how big it is, and what kind of place it is.
 Otherwise, I'm too anxious to spend the rest of my life, which will last for decades.

 Being a blacksmith, you'll have visitors sooner or later - though you have no idea when that will be - and at that time, it's too strange to say that you've been living in this forest alone for so long! .

 If this forest is a place where people frequently come in, they will be suspicious of this house that suddenly appears. If we ever go out into the middle of nowhere, we need to explore that area as well.
 "It's right after the move, but there's a lot of work to do.

 While I was thinking about this and that, the pot was boiling. Take the wooden bowl from the cabinet and use the ladle to pour the pot over the mess. That's not a bad smell.
 Scoop it up with a wooden spoon and bring it to your mouth. It's exactly what you'd expect from a soup of salted meat, root vegetables, and beans.
 However, it's not bad, but it's just an ordinary taste.
 With this, it's unlikely that you'll be unable to eat it and your mind will be slowly draining away. I don't mind tasting the same thing over and over again. If you get tired of the taste, then you'll think again.

 I've been in the soup for a while now and the sun still hasn't set.
 You can't see much directly from the trees, but since it's still quite high in the afternoon, you'll want to explore a bit outside.

 You take the machete that was left in your living space and attach it to your waist. You will be able to get a good deal more information about the company.
 With this outfit, you won't be particularly suspicious if you suddenly run into someone. Unless, of course, you're in an extremely remote area.

 Anyway, let's look for a couple of hours of water and come back if we can't find it. I got out, locked the door, and stepped into the woods.