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02-11-2013 08:23 PM
Capt.aaron
Re: longer than stuff lasts in a frige

This is great for desserted beach dighy picknics. I can think of a hundred times when I would of freaked people out by pulling this thing out and blending up some frozen drinks out of cooler ice out in the back country. I can see why people who don't spend a lot of time out on desserted tropical islands camping out of a kayak or panga, with a cooler full of ice, some limes and a bottle or 3 of rum, would'nt see this a usefull, but for us it's freak'n ideal. Plus I'm an anti electrical gadget guy so there is that as well.
02-11-2013 08:13 PM
WindyFly
Re: longer than stuff lasts in a frige

Therapy, you make a really good point.... even though a stiff blended margarita after a long hot day is my cup of tea, I really don't think I'd be using it all that much in total time.
02-08-2013 06:25 PM
therapy23
Re: longer than stuff lasts in a frige

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Capt, The boxed bacon isn't bad, it does say it requires refrigeration after opening, but it comes precooked. We've used it for camping a lot, and if you like BLT's during tomato season. I have seen it in many different sizes

Therapy, have you tried the handcrank blender? The reviews seem good, but I'm wondering how it lasts, especially since it's $100.
Nope.

At that cost I would probably just get an electric and suffer the cost of amps for what, 30 seconds?

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02-07-2013 11:54 PM
Capt.aaron
Re: longer than stuff lasts in a frige

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Capt, The boxed bacon isn't bad, it does say it requires refrigeration after opening, but it comes precooked. We've used it for camping a lot, and if you like BLT's during tomato season. I have seen it in many different sizes

Therapy, have you tried the handcrank blender? The reviews seem good, but I'm wondering how it lasts, especially since it's $100.
I'll just have to eat the whole box in one sitting, bummer.
My next passage will be between 6 and 10 day's with my Father in law, we can put away some bacon.
02-07-2013 11:20 PM
Brent Swain
Re: longer than stuff lasts in a frige

Oil also eliminates the foam around the rocker when doing brown rice in a pressure cooker. A table spoonfull or two works.
02-07-2013 11:16 PM
WindyFly
Re: longer than stuff lasts in a frige

Capt, The boxed bacon isn't bad, it does say it requires refrigeration after opening, but it comes precooked. We've used it for camping a lot, and if you like BLT's during tomato season. I have seen it in many different sizes

Therapy, have you tried the handcrank blender? The reviews seem good, but I'm wondering how it lasts, especially since it's $100.
02-07-2013 09:13 PM
Capt.aaron
Re: longer than stuff lasts in a frige

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I must have this.
02-07-2013 08:33 PM
therapy23
Re: longer than stuff lasts in a frige

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02-06-2013 07:34 AM
Capt.aaron
Re: longer than stuff lasts in a frige

Blender. I loved my 12 volt blender, it was my fav. electrical gizmo. I would make chocolate soy milk and banana smothies for dessert. Spirulina and boxed O.J. smothies for Breakfast. I have'nt replaced it yet but plan to. Never seen a hand crank blender, I'll keep an eye out for one. I'm also fix'n to try this boxed bacon I see unrefrigerated at the grocery store.
02-06-2013 04:38 AM
WindyFly
Re: longer than stuff lasts in a frige

This thread is awesome! Keep the ideas and recipes coming. Anyone use handcrank blenders at all? I've always heard mixed reviews of them.

On a food note, while camping in the Keys or OBX we do ceviche a lot, I've made it with everything from striper to tuna. No cooking necessary as the citric acid (lime, lemon, tangerine and/or orange) "cooks" the fish. So for those hot days, when extra heat isn't wanted, ceviche tacos are pretty awesome (especially fresh caught fish)
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