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Marine Ice Makers Professionals Show How to Pack Food For Your Next Long Sailing Trip
fresno-seo.net/marine-ice-make… Your Marine Ice Makers Analysts Know How Important It Is to Replenish Your Energy Raritan Engineering Company your marine ice makersàspecialists would like to share with you these topics we thought would be of interest to you this month regarding how to pack food for your next long sailing trip. You probably have never asked yourself what you are going to eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner between 6th November and late January or early February 2017, but this is something the Vendée Globe skippers have to think about well in advance. They also have to take into account different considerations from us. Firstly, they need to eat more to compensate for the energy they require, which is much more than someone sitting in an office.à Freeze-dried food and ready meals Plan for more? It’s not as simple as that. They want to have just the right amount, as they have to pay attention to the weight taken aboard, as this can seriously affect performance. Your marine parts analysts know that the weight of the food is far from being unimportant: 120 to 180 kilos of supplies (with the cleaning and personal hygiene products). When they calculate the ideal amount, the favourites work on the basis of 80 to 85 days of food, with the others taking more with them.à We should not forget that food has an influence too on our sleep. The nutritionist, Eve Tiollier, who works with Jean-Pierre Dick, explains, “alongside the bags of food offering the recommended daily intake, Jean-Pierre has an additional bag, in which he has sweet food or protein-rich food, which encourage him to sleep or on the contrary, stay awake.†Packing for 90 days at sea is a balance between bringing the right food and bringing the right amount to keep the skippers in top form. One bag a day While some, like Arnaud Boissières only take aboard freeze-dried food, for many skippers, the supplies include 40 to 50% vacuum packed meals and 50-60% freeze-dried. Your marine water heaters professionals know that even if the latter has made considerable progress ove the past ten years in terms of variety and taste, they tend to be less appreciated by the skippers than the ready prepared meals. Your Marine Ice Makers Experts Recommend Vacuum Packed or Freeze-Dried Meals for Simplicity You can find more information as well as get assistance on marine ice machinesàat Raritan Engineering.à Your marine parts corp experts understand that they do however offer a number of advantages: they don’t take up much space, they are very light and fulfil the nutritional requirementsâ€Â¦ particularly as the fresh water that is used to prepare them is supplied by the desalinator. They just have to heat it up on the ring (camping stove), stir in the sachet and it’s ready.à A few necessary goodies Then there is another important aspect to consider with the food. The question of pleasure. This is in fact vital, as it affects the mood and therefore the performance of the skipper. Alex Thomson has already calculated with his coach, Lawrence Knott, that he may lose around twelve kilos during the race and has therefore adapted his supplied accordingly.à To conclude this subject, while what is available has come a long way – you can find practically every dish possible freeze-dried and their taste has vastly improved. Your marine product distributors say that there has also been scientific progress. Kito de Pavant will be monitored during the race to analyse his nutritional situation.à à So don't forget these helpful suggestions on how to pack food for your next long sailing trip. 1) Consider using freeze-dried and ready meals; à2) only eat one bag of food per day; àand 3) have the right food to make eating enjoyable to boost positive attitude. à Raritan Engineering has more information on marine ice makers, marine water heaters and theàmarine parts depot. à via Vendee Globe: Food for Thought à Share this: fresno-seo.net/marine-ice-make…

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