Boneless, skinless chicken breasts take up less space in the refrigerator. If you can’t buy them, it’s easy to bone your own with this step by step video. [More] Boning and Skinning a Chicken Breast (Video)
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.
Ten tips for using and storing eggs — how to tell if they’re fresh, when are older eggs better, and more. [More] Using and Storing Eggs
“Boxed” wine is great on a boat . . . but how can you avoid the cardboard? Make your own plastic box for the interior bladder, so it’s still easy to pour. [More] Getting Rid of Cardboard Wine Boxes
Everyone says not to take cardboard aboard a boat . . . but how do you avoid it? 14 ways you can get rid of it (and the bugs and mildew)! [More] Getting Rid of Cardboard
Bins are critical for organizing your food in lockers, the refrigerator or cooler. But not all bins are created equal — find out what to look for! [More] Best Food Storage Bins
Even without refrigeration, you can keep fresh veggies for a surprising amount of time by following a few simple rules. [More] Storing Veggies without Refrigeration
How to store potatoes for the longest life! Six simple “rules” to keep them for months. [More] How to Store Potatoes
Just like your food, storing your dog’s food needs a bit of special attention on a boat. Three easy steps to make sure your dog’s food stays fresh and bug-free. [More] Storing Dry Dog Food
How to store flour, sugar, cereals, baking powder and yeast to avoid weevils and ants. [More] Storing Baking Supplies
Tips for freezing fish and seafood on a boat when cruising [More] How to Store Seafood in Your Boat Refrigerator