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I like sugar in my coffee.
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More coffee for sure. Not to hi-jack, but if you want the worlds best coffee (Seattle's anyway) delivered fresh to your door, check out Lighthouse Coffee. It's in Ballard Washington (known for Norwegian fisherman aka Deadliest Catch). They roast it fresh and ship it out priority mail, as often as you'd like. (I get 2 lbs every 18 days). I recommend Captain Bert's Breakfast Blend.

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you need something fat to cook all that fish fish and meat... maybe olive oil.
Do you like salt, pepper, mustard, ketchup with your food???
I like pancake... do you?... if so do not forget something sweet to put on them

... go to the grocery store and slowly do the alleys, buy what you like to eat and bring then with you.

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you need something fat to cook all that fish fish and meat... maybe olive oil.

... go to the grocery store and slowly do the alleys, buy what you like to eat and bring then with you.
I didn't think of those things, and surgar, etc because I live aboard and so they are already on my boat :-) Already have two large bottles of olive oil and more vegitable oil than I eat in months (1 large bottle).

I'm not much for munching, so I went light on munchies. Mostly, beef jerky and tortilla chips.

As for the coffee in ballard, ballard is right across the channel - so I'll get in my skiff and row over there right now! But, I always thought the best coffee Seattle had to offer was Vivace.
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Cheese!

Canned foods are easy for a quick lunch when you don't want to prepare a complete meal. Good old Chef Boy RD are our emergency rations for when nodody feels like cooking.

We also keep plenty of Mac and Cheese on board.

I like to snack on Chocolate Bars or Energy Bars for that little bost you might require on a midnight watch.
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Cheese!

Canned foods are easy for a quick lunch when you don't want to prepare a complete meal. Good old Chef Boy RD are our emergency rations for when nobody feels like cooking.

We also keep plenty of Mac and Cheese on board.

I like to snack on Chocolate Bars or Energy Bars for that little bost you might require on a midnight watch.
Chef Boy RD, lol only works if your not italian.
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As for the coffee in ballard, ballard is right across the channel - so I'll get in my skiff and row over there right now! But, I always thought the best coffee Seattle had to offer was Vivace.
Vivace is pretty good too, but their beans are roasted more for espresso, not so much for drip, or French press. Besides, the Lighthouse Coffee owners and most of the employees are sailors, whereas Vivace's owners and employees live on Capitol Hill, not that there's anything wrong with that
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How many people are going? I was out for 7 days with 2 coffee drinkers and used up a pound of coffee. Can meats and those packages of instant potatoes work great. Can vegies and the snack packs of fruit.


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