Rough weather food 2.

Frequently when I sail on other people's boats they suggest making sandwiches for lunch because it is an easy option.

In my experience, making sandwiches at sea if often harder than cooking a simple meal. Trying to keep all the makings for the sandwiches in the correct parts of the galley can be very trying, and the result can be quite interesting I often think that it is just as well that people on deck can not see where the food they are eating has been! In addition, the person making the meal frequently feels sea sick and eats nothing.

If you are planning to have sandwiches for a meal, it is far better to make them before leaving harbour, then put them in the oven and tie the oven door shut! The crew can then help themselves when they are ready, and no one need go below and struggle in trying conditions to cater for everyone else.

 

 

 

 

 

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