The Old Man and the Sea

Why does Santiago say that he will never go in a boat agin without salt or lines?

The old man and the sea

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On the second day, Santiago eats his meagre rations. He eats his raw dolphin and reflects that he must "never go in the boat again without salt and limes" to give his fish some taste.