Galley Staples

​WHAT YOU NEED TO KEEP ON HAND

​Non-perishable stables serve multiple purposes. They are utilized in some meal prep,  but also provide a fall back to use in the ​event you are stranded somewhere unexpectedly without access to fresh foods


​Some staples are also used for survival and medical purposes, with more detailed information found in the Boat Medicine sections

​Dry powders like sugar and flour are best stored in air tight square containers for ease of access and storage stacking. Here's your list: 

  • Salt/Pepper
  • Salt substitute (with potassium) - has medical uses as well.
  • 2.5lb sugar
  • 2.5lb AP flour
  • sugar cubes (can be dissolved under the tongue in diabetic emergencies)
  • assorted beef and chicken bullion cubes (can be used for heat and dehydration medical issues)
  • dry rice (can dry your electronics in an emergency if you have enough)
  • ​dry beans of your preferred variety
  • powdered milk
  • dry general purpose biscuit mix (Bisquick, etc.)
  • ​chocolate and/or vanilla flavored dry protein powder mix
  • saltine crackers in and airtight container (can assist with nausea)
  • powdered electrolyte drink mixes (for general help with dehydration, nausea, vomiting, heat emergencies)

Canned/Bottled/Jar Staples

  • honey - this has antibacterial and medical uses many are not aware of
  • canned tuna
  • canned chicken
  • peanut butter
  • evaporated milk
  • vegetable oil
  • small assortment of canned vegetables and fruits
  • canned vegetable broth

​DO YOU HAVE THINGS TO ADD TO ​THIS LIST? SEND IT AND WE'LL ADD IT!

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