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Old 18-07-2010, 02:19   #211
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Old 18-07-2010, 18:23   #212
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Look for some old cookbooks, which will include the staples AND how to make them keep without refrigeration AND recipes, which you will definitely require if you have little to no experience with this.

The New Settlement Cookbook
This book is available free (pdf) at : Feeding America
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Old 18-07-2010, 18:29   #213
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Ofer, I think you need to add some sweets to your list. I always carry ginger candies and some energy bars.
Energy bars.

If your planning a LONG voyage you should have a couple of stowed large freezer bags full of energy bars, it could be all that's left while you wait after being de-masted. Or the trip could take longer than expected.
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Energy bars.

If your planning a LONG voyage you should have a couple of stowed large freezer bags full of energy bars....
One of our crew misunderstood, and stowed a box of energy bars in the freezer. Yup, you've guessed it, the box has stuck to the freezer. I'm just waiting for her to come back from vacation so she can unstick it!
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Begin with the Survival list

I started with the following list gathered from some Survival resources. From here I went though some sailing books geared toward provisioning and recipes and took a look at what we currently eat. I would definitely add multivitamins to your list. And many items will keep just fine without refrigeration for an extended period of time. My completed list is still in progress LOL and I always appreciate new ideas from this board!

Canned meats Canned margarine, powdered eggs etc.... Dried beans, peas, lentils, etc, Dried fruit juice and concentrates Dried fruits (dried, equal to this fresh weight) Gelatin, Jell-O, tapioca, instant pudding Grains, rice, oats, millet etc. Non Fat dried Milk Peanut butter Potatoes (dried, equal to this fresh weight) Salt (Pepper, Braggs, etc)
Shortening oils Honey (never expires)
Variety of vegetables dried, (equal to this fresh weight) Wheat
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I enjoy making a saucy curry with a tin of lentils or chick peas and eating it with fresh flatbread or pancake. To make: in saucepan heat some oil, add curry powder and stir then chuck in tin of cooked chick peas and cup of water, add a stock cube, heat. In frypan, cook batter mix of self-raising flour, milk powder, water for simple hot pancake. Done. Dip pancake in gravy. Lots of liquid so it is not a dry curry, beaut for cold weather. To the curry you can add onion or other vege or chunks of that fish you caught if you want to. Also use some flour to thicken or less water for different texture. I use the tins of cooked chick peas or lentils as already cooked and takes no time to prepare but you can use dried ones and cook them up for hours yourself.
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UHT milk in Maui?

Anyone know where to get UHT milk in Maui? I hope to head to Vancouver on Tuesday - I could pick some up tomorrow.

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I would think most groceries in Maui would carry UHT milk.
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there i sa decent powdered milk--is whole milk and doesnt taste crappy--called NIDO milk--is in wally world and publix.....many different sizes--is excellent -=-saves a long time.more than a yr. i know that --i left it here fo r a yr and was excellent--lol has 26 percent milkfat.
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I do not see that store in the phone book. Where are they located?
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Jack, if you can't find UHT milk, look for Nestle's "Nido" or "Klim" (read that backwards<G>) which are extremely good powdered whole milk--sold to the central and south american markets, not officially sold in the continental US but imported and sold at most grocery chains.

Nothing like the powdered skim milk that is sold in US markets. Shake, chill, it can pass for milk. And the cans with the sudamericano-only labels with no English on them are 3/4 the price of the bilingual ones. Go figure.

Nestle also makes them in chocolate flavor for kids, and extra-fat versions (almost like half and half) so if you buy one, make sure it is the "regular" one.
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[QUOTE=hellosailor;491274]Jack, if you can't find UHT milk, look for Nestle's "Nido" or "Klim" (read that backwards<G>) which are extremely good powdered whole milk--sold to the central and south american markets, not officially sold in the continental US but imported and sold at most grocery chains.

Nothing like the powdered skim milk that is sold in US markets. Shake, chill, it can pass for milk. And the cans with the sudamericano-only labels with no English on them are 3/4 the price of the bilingual ones. Go figure.

Nestle also makes them in chocolate flavor for kids, and extra-fat versions (almost like half and half) so if you buy one, make sure it is the "regular" --QUOTE]

dang--powdered us milk -- the nonfat stuff --tastes nasty.mom tried to pass it off on us while we were growing up-- the nido has 26 percent milkfat and works well in cooking and coffee--i havent tasted it straight-wont either...lol...i wont buy uht milk, either--has a funky after taste-lol like the powdered nonfat milk mom used to give us-carnation---eeeww.......LOL....nido doesnt spill--uht milk will....
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I do not see that store in the phone book. Where are they located?
Let me google that for you

I know there is one on Maui. Our oldest girl shops there.
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