Chandlery December 2009 Issue

Cookin’ with Collapsible Bakeware

Space is always at a premium on a boat, and the galley tends to get very small, very quickly—even with a minimum of pots, pans, and cooking utensils onboard. Practical Sailor reviewed one galley space-saver, nesting cookware, in the April 2009 issue, and more recently tried out FoldTuk Kitchenware. Where nesting cookware is designed for stovetop use, the FoldTuk line can be used to bake, serve, and cold-store a meal, all in the same rattle-proof container, which saves on storage space, water for dishwashing, and power.

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