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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.
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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.
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