How to Do It Successfully
In a video uploaded to YouTube by user Dick Butler, a seagoer attempts to cook sausage on a space-starved boat. Cooking can be a stressful activity in itself – when you throw in the limitations that come with boating, the situation grows more complicated. How do you prepare a meal in a small space? What should you do to keep your sanity in one piece?
Get Creative with Storage
When you have limited space to work with, you have to take a different approach to storage. For example, you could hang your cutting board or a cooking utensil on the wall. When you’re out shopping for groceries, think about what you have room for and avoid impulse purchases. If you know something won’t fit, wait until a later time to get it.
Don’t Bring the Fine China Along For the Ride
Because of the unpredictable nature of the ocean, you shouldn’t bring anything expensive or fragile with you on your boating excursion. Plastic bowls are better than glass bowls. Your great-grandmother’s plate collection should stay on the shore. This doesn’t mean you can’t add a touch of style to your small kitchen. Let your imagination run wild and find the perfect tools for making and serving humble feasts.
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