Below Deck Sailing Yacht: Captain Glenn Reveals Bread He Eats On Show

Below Deck Sailing Yacht Season 3's Captain Glenn Reveals Favorite Snack Flatbread
Captain Glenn reveals what his favorite Italian flatbread snack is on Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 3.

Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 3 fans have noticed Captain Glenn Shepherd loves snacking on food while on Parsifal III. Many times throughout the latest season, Captain Glenn has been chowing down on candy, fruit, bread, chips, and other snacks to satisfy his hunger hankerings. Captain Glenn’s go-to snack of choice on the show, a bread snack, has had fans speculating that his favorite treat is Jewish flatbread matzah.

After fans bombarded Captain Glenn on his snacking proclivities on Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 3, he finally set the record straight.

Captain Glenn Reveals What His Favorite Flatbread Snack Is From Below Deck Sailing Yacht

On Instagram, Captain Glenn explained to fans what exactly his wafer-like bread snack is.

While on his own boat off the coast of northern Sardinia, the second largest island in Italy, he told his fans it’s actually Sardinian flatbread.

Captain Glenn butchered the name of the Sardinian flatbread, which is called pane carasau. In the video, he told fans he had bought a bunch of the Italian flatbread in Sardinia before doing a loop around Corsica, the famous French island where Napoleon was born and raised. He must’ve stocked up, because in the video he returned from his trip and still had some flatbread onboard.

“It looks funny, because it’s so big. But it’s a light, nice snack,” he told viewers.

Capatain Glenn’s favorite Sardinian flatbread brand’s ingredients are flour of durum wheat semolina, water, yeast, and salt. For those looking to buy some, Captain Glenn was eating food brand Cherchi’s parchment paper Italian flatbread called Pergamena di pane.

Captain Glenn made sure Parsifal III stocked up on the Italian flatbread before filming Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 3. The yacht was in Sardinia before heading to film in Menorca, Spain, via the Mediterranean Sea.

Speaking of food, Chef Marcos Spaziani spoiled charter guests and crew with incredible food this season. Check out Chef Marcos’s best food dishes from Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 3.

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