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
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!
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
One of our staple foods — even without refrigeration, cabbage will last a month or more! [More] Cabbage Lasts Forever
Need soy milk in boxes but can’t find it where you are? I looked all over to find it at a reasonable price online . . . [More] Soy Milk in Boxes
How to make your own hanging fruit baskets — a 30-minute easy DIY project! [More] Hanging Produce Baskets
Like real cream in your coffee? Here’s individual servings of half & half that don’t have to be refrigerated! [More] Unrefrigerated REAL Cream for Coffee
Use a cooler on your boat? Trying to find a good place for it? Here’s an idea I saw at a boat show, which can be modified (and improved!) for other boats. [More] Cooler Step
The absolute easiest way to store fresh ginger . . . discovered by accident! [More] Storing Fresh Ginger
More ideas and helpful tips on how to have an onboard salad garden. Fresh greens and more without refrigeration worries! [More] Salad Garden, part 2
Hungry for fresh salad greens on the boat? But know that they won’t stay fresh for long? Here’s how to grow your own! [More] Fresh From the Garden on a Boat