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Inventory & Provisioning Spreadsheet

I recently posted a provisioning spreadsheet on my blog. A couple of people suggested that I should post a link to it here.

Although I call this a provisioning spreadsheet, it's really a combination inventory and provisioning spreadsheet. It is NOT intended to be a recommendation of what you need on any particular trip -- that is up to you, what you like to eat, how many people are on board, and how long you'll be gone. This spreadsheet will allow you to decide what foods you want to have onboard, how many units of each you use in an average week, let you inventory how many you already have on hand, and then it will calculate how many you need to buy.

It it set up so that you can sort it to print only the items you need, and have those items sorted by category -- for example, all the "Baking" items you need will be grouped together so that when you're in the baking aisle of the store, you'll know ALL the things to put in the basket. This makes shopping a lot easier if you're buying for several weeks!

Here's the link: Provisioning Spreadsheet

Hope it's helpful!
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Because we lived on the boat for so long. We just slip the lines after topping off needed items. I can imagine it being a wee bit overwhelming when you are new to it. What you keep at home is pretty much what you keep aboard......i2f
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It all depends on how long it'll be until you see a store again -- when you'll just see fishing villages for the next 6 weeks, a longer checklist can be helpful!

However, my list ISN'T a recommendation of what to take -- more of a way to inventory what you have and what you need to buy and how much you think you want, based on how much you use per week and how long it'll be until you can re-stock.
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