The argument over glass on a boat is legendary. Nica is solidly in the YES camp, and she shares why (it’s not just about the wine!) [More] 5 Reasons We Have Glass On Board
Storing Food on a Boat
How do you store food in a hot, humid moving place with no obvious pantry?
Tips for storing just about every type of food, with or without a refrigerator.
14 specific step-by-step strategies to leave cardboard ashore, for less trash aboard and also fewer places to harbor bugs. [More] How to Elminate Cardboard from Your Boat
All the details on how to buy and store fresh veggies where there is no or limited refrigeration. Buying tips and storage methods. [More] How to Store Veggies Outside the Fridge
Is it necessary to keep a stores list and update it constantly? How to prevent cans from rusting or marking up the inside of the boat. [More] How To Store Your Provisions – Lin Pardey’s Best Tips
Veteran cruiser Lin Pardey shares five ways to keep eggs fresh without refrigeration and provides other tips for keeping them the longest possible time. [More] How to Store Eggs without Refrigeration
Looking for an alternative to carrying — and throwing away — boxes of plastic bags, cling wrap and aluminum foil? Etee Wraps are a solid alternative with the bonus of keeping some foods fresh longer! [More] Etee Reusable Food Wraps
When provisioning stops are far between, foods that add crunch and flavor and do really well without refrigeration are true treasures. Learn how to store radishes for two to four weeks! [More] Radishes without Refrigereration
Green onions will last several months and the tops actually regrow with this storage method. Better yet, they don’t take up space in the refrigerator! [More] How to Store Green Onions
Putting a bay leaf in canisters of flour is great for keeping bugs out, but what about keeping the bay leaf out of your baking. Here’s a simple trick to solve that problem! [More] Bay Leaves in Flour
How do you keep from realizing that you’re almost out of something and buying a spare . . . several times over? [More] Too Many Spares on Hand?