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How do you know how much food to take on the boat or even what foods travel well?
Tips to help you plan and provisions that have worked well on our two boats.
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Wondering how to provision in a country where you don’t know the language? Lin Pardey shares tips from 70 countries for easy shopping and tasty meals.
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