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Food is an important part of being at sea. You’re probably tired, you might be wet (or smell fishy), and you could even be sea sick. However, if you walk into the Mess and a certain food is there, things seem better.
I asked crew and scientists about their at-sea comfort food, and here’s what I heard:
When the weather picks up, as it is for us now, the more liquid-y of these comfort foods (soup, stews, etc) become a challenge to carry across the Mess Deck.
The photo shows the epicenter for snacks on the ship (including the ice cream stash!). During certain times of day, particularly if the Galley has been baking, this can be a busy place.