It is always difficult to use a whole red cabbage whilst fresh, so one way of making sure you do not waste anything of this beautiful vegetable is by making it pickled.
Pickled red cabbage is a great treat to put in a French baguette stick or hotdog roll with a vegan or vegetarian sausage. I recycle jars used for jalapenos or gherkins and in doing so, you help the environment too.
Have you noticed how much things cost these days? Even with careful shopping, it seems everything is more expensive. But you can make this delicious brunch for about AU$3.00. It feeds 1 hungry sailor and is ready in about 20 minutes.
Have you looked at the sugar content of granola? Wow! Same with dehydrated fruits, even when organic. So much added sugar! Something that is often portrayed to be healthy can only be partially so if it contains all that sugar and fat…So I started out to do my own!
Onion bhajis are one of Brent’s favourite snacks and are super easy to make. Add to this, that you can easily store the ingredients on a boat and it becomes your go to snack when stores are running low.
Just yesterday we had this question from a new boat owner who purchased a second hand Lagoon catamaran. It is a tough question because so many people differ in opinion, but we have found many folks who think they are paying less per year suddenly hit a wall where everything goes wrong.
Many people sailing the coast of Australia have asked us about sailing offshore and how difficult it really is, what to expect in destination countries and how to manage when something goes wrong or breaks down.