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Search: Posts Made By: Ssor
Forum: Provisioning 08-15-2006
Replies: 94
Views: 21,437
Posted By Ssor
Beans, cereals and pasta are 1500 to 2000...

Beans, cereals and pasta are 1500 to 2000 calories per pound. All of the need water for prep. Ham can be dried and kept for long terms. pickles are the traditional way of keeping food from spoiling....
Forum: Provisioning 08-14-2006
Replies: 21
Views: 5,987
Posted By Ssor
Hellosailor, That reminds me of the contest to...

Hellosailor, That reminds me of the contest to find the fastest way to start a barbeque fire; Pile the brickettes in the grill, add one lighted match, and 1 liter of liquid oxygen. This was done...
Forum: Provisioning 08-14-2006
Replies: 21
Views: 5,987
Posted By Ssor
I have never used a machine to make bread and...

I have never used a machine to make bread and haven't bought a loaf of bread in thirty years, but I almost always use a machine to make ice. The exception being when it is too cold to go sailing and...
Forum: Provisioning 08-13-2006
Replies: 21
Views: 5,987
Posted By Ssor
I place bread into two catagories. Yeast breads...

I place bread into two catagories. Yeast breads and quick breads. Yeast breads take from 2 hours to 18 hours from start to finish. Quick breads are the muffin , biscuit, pancake types and take from...
Forum: Provisioning 08-13-2006
Replies: 21
Views: 5,987
Posted By Ssor
Sailingdog, Have you baked bread by this method?...

Sailingdog, Have you baked bread by this method? I have always found that bread browns because it is baked in dry heat.

Ross
Forum: Provisioning 08-13-2006
Replies: 60
Views: 8,622
Posted By Ssor
Fill a glass with ice, add about 3 ounces of...

Fill a glass with ice, add about 3 ounces of Jack, stir with one finger enjoy.
Forum: Provisioning 08-13-2006
Replies: 46
Views: 9,595
Posted By Ssor
Jerry, He said this was for his beloved! The wine...

Jerry, He said this was for his beloved! The wine needs to please, not intoxicate, at least not at first.

Why be this juice the growth of god
who dare blaspheme the twisted tendril
as a snare?...
Forum: Provisioning 08-13-2006
Replies: 21
Views: 5,987
Posted By Ssor
Sailingdog, does it develope a nice brown crust...

Sailingdog, does it develope a nice brown crust that way. It seems to me that it would steam more than bake. It would be done in the sense that it could be sliced. I do steamed puddings in wide mouth...
Forum: Provisioning 08-12-2006
Replies: 46
Views: 9,595
Posted By Ssor
It don't get cheaper than Box wine. Any kind is...

It don't get cheaper than Box wine. Any kind is better than the garbage in garbage out home made wines i have tried.
Forum: Provisioning 08-12-2006
Replies: 21
Views: 5,987
Posted By Ssor
Yeast bread is easy to make. Dry yeast will keep...

Yeast bread is easy to make. Dry yeast will keep for a year if you don't lay it out in the sun. You don't need anything more than a bowl for mixing and an oven for baking. Four cups of flour, an...
Forum: Provisioning 08-12-2006
Replies: 14
Views: 4,241
Posted By Ssor
I asked a cheese merchant in New York about...

I asked a cheese merchant in New York about cheese that would keep without refrigeration and he recommended the hard drier cheeses like asiago, Romano and parmigiano. From experience I know that...
Forum: Provisioning 08-12-2006
Replies: 17
Views: 10,994
Posted By Ssor
I don't use my pressure cooker on the boat but I...

I don't use my pressure cooker on the boat but I can all of the meat that I take. That way it is already cooked and takes only a few minutes to prepare a meal. Mine is an 8 quart Mirro aluminum unit...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 08-12-2006
Replies: 23
Views: 2,830
Posted By Ssor
I have a Davis Mark lll sextant. perhaps the...

I have a Davis Mark lll sextant. perhaps the least that you can find in a working sextant. However taking a noon sight on the upper chesapeake bay and working it out puts my position on the water...
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