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Old 29-03-2019, 18:57   #76
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Sewn? Might you have a photo?
Follow Newhaulís link to the book Sailing the Farm. Thatís where I got the basic plans. I modified them slightly. Hereís a couple of pics:
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Old 29-03-2019, 19:25   #77
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Follow Newhaulís link to the book Sailing the Farm. Thatís where I got the basic plans. I modified them slightly. Hereís a couple of pics:
looking good there kiddo
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Old 29-03-2019, 22:39   #78
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Lol. N waiting to hear how your dehydrator Works Mike
N yay I have the sailing the farm book back on my phone
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Lol. N waiting to hear how your dehydrator Works Mike
N yay I have the sailing the farm book back on my phone
Iíll report back when I get a chance to give it a try. But itíll be a few months still ó gotta wait for Newfoundland to warm up you know .
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Maybe catch a fish or two?
Surely you will be able to stock up along the way, maybe not of butter but local produce.
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Re: Provisions for a passage gone wrong

No one likes the idea of going hungry, but water, or lack of is the real danger.
We keep extra peanut butter and crunchy granola bars on board. Along with fishing gear.
Calories don't have to be fancy to work.
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I bet that curdled your cream. I like butter, but it’s whey to hard to store .
I use canned Danish butter, stored in the bilge put in the cooler before I open it......they also can great bacon, you gotta give to those Danes....they can supply the two most important food groups...fat and more fat
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I use canned Danish butter, stored in the bilge put in the cooler before I open it......they also can great bacon, you gotta give to those Danes....they can supply the two most important food groups...fat and more fat
Yes, Iíve heard about canned butter. Never tried it. Iíve used insta-bacon for decades though. Not canned, but mostly cooked and sealed. Lasts for months unrefrigerated.
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Yes, Iíve heard about canned butter. Never tried it. Iíve used insta-bacon for decades though. Not canned, but mostly cooked and sealed. Lasts for months unrefrigerated.
Fwiw, we have used tinned butter from all over the world. Where it is available, it is good, and wonderful for long passages w/o refrigeration. The tinned Danish bacon is better than no bacon at all, for sure. It is not as good as real, smoked bacon. But as you can imagine, the papers get greasy.

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