Provisioning for our trip up the Inside Passage

This Costco shopping cart doesn’t look all that bad, considering we bought some stuff for the boat and some stuff for home! I thought I’d share with you some of our favorite Costco provisions, since I’m focused on this subject right now. Shelf-stable Organic Bake-at-Home (or bake-on-a-boat) Sourdough Bread. This stuff is amazing. It comes in packages […]

This Costco shopping cart doesn’t look all that bad, considering we bought some stuff for the boat and some stuff for home!
I thought I’d share with you some of our favorite Costco provisions, since I’m focused on this subject right now.

Shelf-stable Organic Bake-at-Home (or bake-on-a-boat) Sourdough Bread. This stuff is amazing. It comes in packages of three loaves and lasts forever. Maybe not forever, but we found a loaf in the way back of our cupboard a couple weeks ago…must have been from the first or second summer in Alaska. I sliced it lengthwise and baked it as garlic bread for the shakshuka I made and it was just as delicious as the garlic bread I made last summer, or the summer one before.

Golden Grill Hash Brown Potatoes. These are small cartons of dehydrated shredded russet potatoes (100% russet potatoes, sold in a package of 8 cartons). You simply add hot or boiling water to the carton, close it up and wait for 10 minutes or so, then cook up some hash browns. Easy, shelf-stable, and more compact than potatoes! Last summer when we were buddy boating with Sam, we added an egg to the mix and cooked them in Sam’s

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