Bannock is quick bread or fry bread.
“Bannock” is a Northern English and Scottish word of celtic origin, which has become popularized by indigenous people of North America.
Bannock can be baked, or fried in animal lard or vegetable oil. Traditionally the Inuit of the high arctic would cook bannock in seal oil, in the practice of using every part of the animals they harvested. To this day, animals are harvested for food but also for tools and to make clothing.