Tips for long-term storage of butter and cheese on a boat, both with and without a refrigerator. [More] Storing Butter and Cheese on a Boat
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.
Even if refrigerator space is limited, sealant tubes and wasabi don’t last long outside the refrigerator in hot weather. [More] Two Extra Things to Store in the Refrigerator
Got a small refrigerator or just a cooler or ice box? Six tips for reducing what you have to keep in it. [More] Reducing What You Store in the Refrigerator or Ice Box
Step-by-step instructions for how to use an ice box or cooler for food storage. Learn how to set your cold box up and how long you can expect ice to last. [More] How to Use an Ice Box Cooler for Food Storage
Two tips for making sure your baking powder is good and several substitutions if you’re out. [More] Baking Powder: Tips and Substitutions
10 things to remember when stowing canned goods on a cruising boat. [More] Storing Canned Food on a Boat
Galley tips for cold drinks on a cruising boat — making the most of limited refrigerator space and power. [More] Drinks in the Boat Refrigerator
How to store meat so it’ll be good when you want to eat it — even with a tiny refrigerator. Tips & tricks! [More] Keeping Meat on a Boat
Tips and step-by-step info on how to store fruit and vegetables in a boat refrigerator for the longest life. [More] How to Store Food on a Boat: Refrigerated Produce
Where do you even start in organizing a top-loading refrigerator? Five keys to effectively use the space! [More] Organizing a Top-Loading Refrigerator