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Cooking on a Boat
Cooking on a boat is different from cooking ashore. There are smaller counters, storage spaces, stoves, and refrigerators. The water and power supplies are limited. You may not have a lot of provisions on hand and there's no grocery store around the corner.
But that doesn't mean that you can't have great meals!
Learn effective ways to meet the challenges and turn out delicious everyday meals without being a galley slave.
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Is it really feasible to have electric appliances in your galley? In this episode of The Boat Galley Podcast, I look at the things you need to consider in deciding what’s right for you. [More] Electric Galley Appliances
Blue water cruising is far more enjoyable if you have great food to enjoy along the way. Ensuring you buy the right provisions before you set sail is one more key to voyaging successfully. [More] Provisioning to Cross an Ocean