Yes, you can eat well without a refrigerator on the boat. Here’s how. [More] How to Live Onboard Without a Fridge
Cruising without Refrigeration
No refrigeration on your boat?
Don't despair -- with these tricks for storing food and a bit of info about meal planning and prep, you can eat well!
Canned meat goes way beyond tuna casserole. Seven tips to make great meals using canned meat with excellent taste and texture. [More] Using Canned Meat
Boxed milk does not need to be refrigerated until it is opened and can be stored three to six months with no special treatment. [More] Boxed Milk
Three Bean Salad is a perfect vegetable dish for a boat. The acid gives it a fresh taste. And it doesn’t need refrigeration. [More] Three Bean Salad
Three ways to reduce what’s in the refrigerator — essential for living with a small refrigerator, whether in a boat, RV or off the grid. [More] Reduce What’s In The Refrigerator
If you don’t have a refrigerator or don’t have space in it, one simple rule lets you keep open mayonnaise in the cupboard. [More] Do You Need to Refrigerate Mayonnaise?
What I do and don’t like about cooking with dehydrated meats and veggies after four months of doing so — plus tips for better results! [More] Using Dehydrated Food
Canned meats are great in all sorts of recipes, not just as sandwich fillers. 54 ideas for great meals! [More] Canned Meat Meal Ideas
Does your boat have a tiny refrigerator? Then you need my best tips for going two weeks or more between grocery trips. It’s easier than you think. [More] Living with a Small Refrigerator
I have a few tricks to help you eat well underway without taking up too much room in your fridge. They’re even better if you don’t have a refrigerator at all. Links: Ova-Easy Egg Crystals (Amazon) Media Crema (Amazon) “Good” Powdered Milk (Amazon) Prefer to read? Check out Reducing What You Store In The Refrigerator.