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Re: Non-perishable food to keep on the boat?

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*shudder* NO! Not you, Jaye! Say it ain't so!
LOL @ Donna! Nope, on our boat we have refrigeration, so we have Trinidadian hot sauce for our primary condiment.

Just making practical suggestions for those without thermal control ...
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Re: Non-perishable food to keep on the boat?

I'd leave the high fructose stuff out, but agree on the condiments. We have several bags of the little packet aboard. We carry about 300 pounds or rice and another 200 of beans. A LOT of canned foods, although you have to watch the dates and rotate them. We also carry several teas and lots of coffee. Organic honey, lots of spices, well-stocked tackle box...
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Thin bilton.

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I am more intrigued by the "Rooibos Vermouth" on the first page.
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Re: Non-perishable food to keep on the boat?

Best condiment ever. Pric nam pla. Ask any Thai. Make your own with dried hot peppers and fish sauce. Makes really bland kick butt.
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Re: Non-perishable food to keep on the boat?

Costco Kirkland caned chicken
nuts (cashews, peanuts, pecans, etc.)
salsa.... la vic, Pace, Safeway select green sausa, etc.
instant oatmeal
real rice, not instant
instant potatoes
powdered milk
caned tomato sauce
spices...... garlic powder, salt, pepper, basil, pepper, italian seasoning, parsley, oregano, cayanne, ground chili, etc.
Canned beans
hot and sour soup mix by sunbird
ramen noodle soups
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Re: Non-perishable food to keep on the boat?

a couple I forgot.....

canned tuna (again, kirkland from Costco)
Pilot bread
tortillas last a long time....
crackers ..... if well sealed
canned ham
canned stew..... Not bad if you add a cup of salsa..... try it!
good old canned soup by campbells soup.... like chicken noodle, tomato, bean with bacon, vegetable etc.

you can never have too much food on board!!!
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Re: Non-perishable food to keep on the boat?

The things I regularly restock are:

Dinty Moore Chicken 'n Dumplings
Dry soup mix
Oatmeal
Bisquick
Saltines
Canned tuna
Peanut butter
Tea (3 kinds, I don't drink coffee)
Sugar cubes (box fits in a ziplock, no spill, no mess)
Canned chilli
Spices & condiments
Maple syrup
Wheat thins and Triscut crackers
various oils & vinegar
hot chocolate & hot cider mix
pasta
cornmeal
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Re: Non-perishable food to keep on the boat?

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We carry about 300 pounds or rice and another 200 of beans.
That's a lot of rice and beans. Do you break it down or keep it in the 50# bags? Wow.
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