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06-04-2012 10:05 PM
Jgbrown
Re: Nuts in Honey?

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Originally Posted by Capt.aaron View Post
Forever, I've never had refrigeration and I travel far away from civilization for extended periods of time. I pickle, olive oil and honey things a lot. I stay away from town a lot longer than anything would last in a frige. Read Sailing the Farm for preservation methods.
Any chance you'd be willing to do a bit of a write up about it? I would love to learn more. Trial and error strikes me as a risky way to learn.
I've read Sailing the Farm, some of it was good, a lot seemed a bit risky to me. (less the food provision, and more some of the other behaviors). But even having seeds etc onboard could be frowned at today, I know I had trouble with dried nuts at borders etc on land.
06-01-2012 11:50 AM
bljones
Re: Nuts in Honey?

Seriously, honey-soaked nuts is a great idea. would make a very simply cruising baklava-
a spoonful of honey-soaked nuts in a warm tortilla with a little cinnamon and nutmeg- roll and serve.
06-01-2012 11:48 AM
bljones
Re: Nuts in Honey?

This thread would likely get more attention if there was a comma in the title.
06-01-2012 11:24 AM
CarbonSink62
Re: Nuts in Honey?

I using my boat to slowly pickle myself.

Then I can sail forever.
06-01-2012 10:07 AM
wind_magic
Re: Nuts in Honey?

Quote:
Originally Posted by Capt.aaron View Post
Forever, I've never had refrigeration and I travel far away from civilization for extended periods of time. I pickle, olive oil and honey things a lot. I stay away from town a lot longer than anything would last in a frige. Read Sailing the Farm for preservation methods.
Can we convince you to do a post about this, Aaron ? I am especially interested in pickling with vinegar for food preservation on the boat, I'd like to add that to dehydrating and pressure canning. I really like pickled beet eggs but have been shy about making them because the extension folks say they aren't safe.
05-28-2012 04:38 PM
captflood
Re: Nuts in Honey?

GREETINGS EARTHLINGS ;- Are the nuts English Whitworth or American Fine ?????? Iether or GO SAFE
05-28-2012 03:19 PM
jrd22
Re: Nuts in Honey?

Bacteria can't grow in honey so this sounds like a great idea. I was a commercial beekeeper and thought I'd heard everything honey related, but this is a new one I'll have to try.
05-28-2012 01:26 PM
Bob142
Re: Nuts in Honey?

They have found honey in the pyramids that was still good...
05-28-2012 12:50 PM
SlowButSteady
Re: Nuts in Honey?

The honey may crystallize over time, but it shouldn't go bad. It will probably also keep the nuts, or more specifically the oil in the nuts, from going rancid for a very long time; probably much longer than the mixture would avoid being eaten .
05-28-2012 12:03 PM
CapnBilll
Re: Nuts in Honey?

Nuts if properly dried last a looong time. Honey also lasts for years. Excellent idea, I'll have to try it.
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