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Re: Basic Staples ???

peanut butter,almond butter, strawberry preserves, and cooking wise smoked paprika it makes everything better!
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Re: Basic Staples ???

ah smoked paprika yup I have discovered it
and it is as important as fresh ground allspice to Boston Jerk....

and fresh rosemary cant make bad meat (or beans) with those three!
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Re: Basic Staples ???

I bring hard boiled eggs, instant mashed taters, canned sardines in mustard sauce, and ramen and raw veggies when I want to cook up something quick. Going to stock the bilge with some canned goods.
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Re: Basic Staples ???

Ramen noodles are one of the basic food groups
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Indeed. They really work in a pinch, if you doctor them up with veggies, egg. Just bought a case of Mushroom flavored Ramen. Pretty good. Never see that in the store.
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Re: Basic Staples ???

The OP question was staples, so here is what I keep on the boat. This doesn't include fresh fruit and veg, fresh meat, or anything else I make or buy to bring to the boat.

Dry:

Coffee, tea
Sugar, salt, lots of dried spices,
Thai soup packets (Mamma brand)
Pasta & rice
Flour, sugar, salt, baking powder
Matza

Pantry:

Many hot sauces of various sorts
Vinegars & oils
Liquor locker
Cheerios & Grape-Nuts
Eggs
Ovaltine
Green & black olives, pepperocini, hearts of palm, salsa, chick peas, canned mushrooms, nuts, artichoke hearts, canned soup, canned and dry beans, mandarin oranges, pineapple, apple sauce, dried fruit, breakfast & granola bars, corned beef hash
home canned soups and pasta sauces
canned tuna & chicken


Fridge:
Ketchup, mustards, chocolate

Freezer:
pork loin
ground beef
soy-based "sausage"
chicken
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Re: Basic Staples ???

You reminded me to refill my olive oil container.

Additional stock items:

Garlic Salt
Garlic Powder
Onion Flakes
Italian Seasoning Mix
3 Gallons Drinking water
Ramen Noodles
Canned Chili
Canned Beans
Canned Vegetables
Canned Tuna
Cole's dry mustard
Brown Rice (in jar)
Wheat Flour (in jar)
Bottle Sweet Chili sauce
Bottle Hot Chili sauce

Definitely need to check out some canned meats, especially chicken.
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Re: Basic Staples ???

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Ramen noodles are one of the basic food groups
No... the four food groups are sugar, fat, salt and alcohol.
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Re: Basic Staples ???

dont forget the bourbon...
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Re: Basic Staples ???

Bourbon is not a staple. Bourbon is included in the "alcohol" section of the basic outfitting of the boat, the standard outfitting of the life raft, and the "crew life support" tools lists.
I can live without food when surrounded by people. I cannot live without booze surrounded by people. as the donner party, charlton heston and south american rugby players have shown, people can become food, but it is damn hard to make people into booze.
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