Food Repair

suturing chickens

C learning to suture, as part of Medical Team training

One unfortunate aspect of life at the South Pole is that most of our food is either frozen, or comes from the limited range of plants we can grow in the hydroponic greenhouse. Our cooks do an awesome job of turning the resources available into excellent food, and of making our limited supply of “freshies” last. Freshies are fruits and vegetables that are flown in from New Zealand; obviously we haven’t gotten any since mid-February, but the cooks managed to keep some carrots edible until just last week:

last carrots

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