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  Food Help
  Posted by: ppine on Sep-17-12 4:52 PM (EST)
 

RedRocket,
I like to eat close to what I eat at home. Oatmeal and fruit, egg tacos, pancakes for breakfast. Flat meat, cheese, fruit, crackers, canned fish, jerky, nuts, Gorp for lunch. Dinners are cooked in one pot like pasta with meat, beef stew, enchiladas, fajitas, plus some salad. You can cheat with MREs, or dehydrated food for convenience, but I find cooking to be very enjoyable on boat trips. I would find a water filter device so you don't have to haul all of that weight around. Plan on restocking groceries every week or so. Hope this helps.

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