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Old 23-09-2015, 17:50   #1216
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Re: Shoestring Sailors (Cruising on $500 per month - part II)

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Ain't nothing wrong with a good squirrel stew
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Old 23-09-2015, 18:05   #1218
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Re: Shoestring Sailors (Cruising on $500 per month - part II)

Spice!. Yes Having spice for flavor is a nice thing. I have 11 ish magnetic spice containers on the side of my 3cf f120V fridge. Right next to the stove where they are easily reached.

Plus they stay in place when the boat goes a rocking. The full metal kamenstein ones tend to get gunked up with spice and hard to turn/open after a while. I found that the Zevro ones worked better, that is were easy to open all the time.

Below is a link to the spice jars I use.

Zevro Magnetic Spice Rack 12 Canisters Container Jars Kitchen Storage Cooking MS | eBay
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Re: Shoestring Sailors (Cruising on $500 per month - part II)

I have 6 spices bay seasoning garlic sea salt pepper both in grinders BBQ seasonings and lemon pepper that's all ( I'm a guy)
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Old 23-09-2015, 18:53   #1220
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Cats are easier to catch and taste better than you expect. Or at least better than I expected. It's the other other white meat. ( With apologies for stealing that line!)
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Cats are easier to catch and taste better than you expect. Or at least better than I expected. It's the other other white meat. ( With apologies for stealing that line!)
Now you know why I have a cat aboard. Emergency food on the hoof, er paw. Here kitty kitty.....
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I have 6 spices bay seasoning garlic sea salt pepper both in grinders BBQ seasonings and lemon pepper that's all ( I'm a guy)
Six is quite impressive for a guy. I actually have about 16 or 17 spices aboard, but some are for baking.
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Forgot the curry and I don't count the baking powder, the boullions, or the gravy bases. So I have seven ( was short order cook a long time ago)
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I have 6 spices bay seasoning garlic sea salt pepper both in grinders BBQ seasonings and lemon pepper that's all ( I'm a guy)
Don't forget the packets from taco bell. Fire makes 8
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Don't forget the packets from taco bell. Fire makes 7
Nope those are sauces not spices if they were spices I would be well over 20 including the horsey sauce from arbys
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Good point. But for a shoestring sailor its good way to get cayenne pepper( the main spice) for free
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Good point. But for a shoestring sailor its good way to get cayenne pepper( the main spice) for free
Enough ketchup from Mc'D's makes a fine spaghetti sauce.
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Enough ketchup from Mc'D's makes a fine spaghetti sauce.
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arbys sauce is so much better than anything macdonalds
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Re: Shoestring Sailors (Cruising on $500 per month - part II)

One packet of horseradish to three packets ketchup makes cocktail sauce. 1 packet mustard two or three packets Mayo makes a great dip. Try it
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