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Need some input on the following.
 
Need some input on the following.
  
==[[Bread]]==
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==Bread==
  
==[[Casserole]]==
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==Casserole==
  
==[[Porridge]]==
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==Porridge==
 
I wasn't able to make anything but dishwater ([[Examine|examining]]), putting grain and water into a sauce pan with insane ratios. --[[User:Ulviirala|Ulviirala]] 03:18, 28 May 2009 (CDT)
 
I wasn't able to make anything but dishwater ([[Examine|examining]]), putting grain and water into a sauce pan with insane ratios. --[[User:Ulviirala|Ulviirala]] 03:18, 28 May 2009 (CDT)
 
:I hear it's only possible in a cauldron. --[[User:Ulviirala|Ulviirala]] 05:28, 7 July 2009 (CDT)
 
:I hear it's only possible in a cauldron. --[[User:Ulviirala|Ulviirala]] 05:28, 7 July 2009 (CDT)
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Or fill a sauce pan then fill a water skin with the water in your sauce pan, that gives you a very small amount of water as well.  I agree though, it's dumb how much screwing around you have to do to get such small amounts of water. -AvatarJTC
 
Or fill a sauce pan then fill a water skin with the water in your sauce pan, that gives you a very small amount of water as well.  I agree though, it's dumb how much screwing around you have to do to get such small amounts of water. -AvatarJTC
  
==[[Sandwich]]==
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==Sandwich==
  
==[[Stew]]==
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==Stew==
 
Fish stew with strawberries and oregano. 14.13q and food went up pretty fast but nutrition dropped by 1%. Food was hot when eating. --[[User:Marni|purp]] 05:07, 17 May 2009 (CDT)
 
Fish stew with strawberries and oregano. 14.13q and food went up pretty fast but nutrition dropped by 1%. Food was hot when eating. --[[User:Marni|purp]] 05:07, 17 May 2009 (CDT)
 
:Did the same again, hit 40% while food was boiling. Temperature seems to play a key role in nutrition and food. --[[User:Marni|purp]] 15:01, 17 May 2009 (CDT)
 
:Did the same again, hit 40% while food was boiling. Temperature seems to play a key role in nutrition and food. --[[User:Marni|purp]] 15:01, 17 May 2009 (CDT)
  
==[[Meat|Raw Meat]]==
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==Raw meat==
 
Raised to 18%N with 90q meat(cold) [[User:Urman|Urman]] 17:41, 18 July 2009 (CDT)
 
Raised to 18%N with 90q meat(cold) [[User:Urman|Urman]] 17:41, 18 July 2009 (CDT)

Latest revision as of 04:11, 14 July 2019

Need some input on the following.

Bread

Casserole

Porridge

I wasn't able to make anything but dishwater (examining), putting grain and water into a sauce pan with insane ratios. --Ulviirala 03:18, 28 May 2009 (CDT)

I hear it's only possible in a cauldron. --Ulviirala 05:28, 7 July 2009 (CDT)

I was able to get porridge in a sauce pan, no more than .02 water per .30 grain. Perhaps the ratio is different in cauldrons? -AvatarJTC

No, I tried with a sauce pan, starting with water from a flask with 3 grains and a potato and one grain. I also tried full water and then putting grains in it until no more would fit, spilling more and more water and it always said it makes dishwater instead of porridge. Someone mentioned s/he cooked porridge in a cauldron instead.
I suggested testing it with a cauldron because I don't have the patience to thoroughly test it myself.
No pun at your direction intended.
Further I was suggesting using something else than water because gulasch didn't need water after the update either. But also because getting so minimal amounts of water, that it's only obtainable through hacking around with the game is ridiculous and stupid. If one can't make a dish otherwise, Mr. Jansson probably just fucked up the recipe. --Ulviirala 15:35, 14 July 2009 (CDT)

Definitely sauce pan filled with grains and water. To get the least amount of water, put 4 corn and a potatoe in a flask. the remaining amount is 0,004 displayed as 0,00 (good for lye and gulash/stew/soup too). --KaiH 16:16, 14 July 2009 (CDT) Or fill a sauce pan then fill a water skin with the water in your sauce pan, that gives you a very small amount of water as well. I agree though, it's dumb how much screwing around you have to do to get such small amounts of water. -AvatarJTC

Sandwich

Stew

Fish stew with strawberries and oregano. 14.13q and food went up pretty fast but nutrition dropped by 1%. Food was hot when eating. --purp 05:07, 17 May 2009 (CDT)

Did the same again, hit 40% while food was boiling. Temperature seems to play a key role in nutrition and food. --purp 15:01, 17 May 2009 (CDT)

Raw meat

Raised to 18%N with 90q meat(cold) Urman 17:41, 18 July 2009 (CDT)