Eating Well with a Tiny Boat Fridge
Let’s face it, you want enjoyable meals, not just sustenance, when you’re cruising. But how can you
have fresh produce, eggs, milk, butter, cheese and everything else you love with a refrigerator that’s
only a fraction the size of the one you had when living ashore?
The problem only gets worse when you realize that frequent trips to the grocery store aren’t the
answer. Grocery stores may not be convenient or even exist along your planned route. You need to
be able to go longer between shopping trips than you did when living in a house, not shorter.
You don’t need a larger refrigerator. You just need to use the one you have differently. This course
will teach you exactly what you need to know.
Go up to three weeks between grocery trips and still have great meals with these detailed step-bystep galley-tested strategies from Carolyn Shearlock, the founder of The Boat Galley and author of
The Boat Galley Cookbook.