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You pull out a can and notice a bit of rust on the rim.  It is safe to eat?  Do you have to throw it out?  Here are the rules for deciding.

You pull out a can and notice a bit of rust on the rim. It is safe to eat? Do you have to throw it out? Here are the rules for deciding. This is great know for people like our Loopers who travel for a long period of time!

A Better Hanging Fruit Basket -- an easy DIY project that solves three problems with the wire baskets: no rust, far less bruising, and no bugs!

A Better Hanging Fruit Basket

A Better Hanging Fruit Basket -- an easy DIY project that solves three problems with the wire baskets: no rust, far less bruising, and no bugs! A must when traveling in Mexico. There's so much fresh fruit

Store Veggies without Refrigeration  - Even without refrigeration, you can keep fresh veggies for a surprising amount of time by following a few simple rules.

Storing Veggies without Refrigeration

Storing Veggies Without Refrigeration - EXCELLENT tips! - Rinsing fruit and veggies in a mixture of white vinegar (instead of bleach) and water makes them last a whole lot longer

Pretty clear description of the main racing rules

Animated Handy Guide to the Racing Rules of Sailing

How do you carry enough food for the dog on the boat. Admittedly, I am not an expert on dog food. But I can tell you what we're using for Paz, our dog, and why we like it. Number one: she's got more energy than she has had in several years. Number two: it's compact (always a good thing on a boat, where space is at a premium). Number three: the packages are pretty bug-proof. Number four: she loves it!

Boat Dog Food

Food for a Boat Dog: I am not an expert on dog food.

Big-or-Little: Is it better to buy bigger containers and save a bit per ounce? OR do you really save money by buying smaller containers?

Big or Little Containers?

Is it better to stock up and get the big spice container that costs a lot less per ounce, or get the little one that will be used up quickly?

The ditch bag. My new obsession will be getting this ready

The Complete Overboard Bag

If you're thinking of installing or changing the refrigerator on your boat, do a little thinking to make sure you end up with what you envision.

Adding or Changing Refrigeration: Things to Think About

Refrigerator Insulation Test - Or, more accurately, is your refrigerator losing its cool? A quick test for insulation that is actually quite simple and, better yet, free.

Make your own hanging fruit basket that solves three big problems with the wire ones! Easy and inexpensive, too.

A Better Hanging Fruit Basket

Make your own hanging fruit basket that solves three big problems with the wire ones! Easy and inexpensive, too.

Once upon a time I thought there wasn't much to know about storing canned goods on the boat. Then we had a "boisterous" sail around Cabo Corrientes and it became obvious that what had worked in calm waters wasn't going to work when we were living life on a heel!  Tips from TheBoatGalley.com

How to Store Food on a Boat, Part Canned Goods. 10 things to remember when stowing canned goods on a cruising boat.

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