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Re: longer than stuff lasts in a frige

There are a few things that will drag me back to town after a few months anchored out in the middle of no where. Sometimes I just want to sit in a Bar and people watch, play some pool with freinds and have a laugh. But an even greater pull is my craving for a steak. There is a recipe for canned steak and onions I've found on line by some dude up on Big Turtle Creek. Any body doing Long passages with no freezer, or people like me who crawl up into Back country lagoons in Mexico or Belize for months at a time, Know this craving well. I plan to try this recipe out when I get back to land next week, and serve it on day six during my up coming voyage to Honduras in april. I'll let Ya'll know how it turned out. Or, if I poison my self, I'll leave instructions not to try this at home. Normally I stick with a vegatarian diet as far as preserved foods, supplimented with fresh fish, lobster and conch, a side from the canned chicken and ham and tuna which only I break out when My body is calling for protien beyond the eggs and tofu, and other soy products. But steak is my weekness and many times I've cut adventures short to satify the craving. Often I'm saying to myself, "If I had a steak I could of stayed out there another month."

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