How to unlock food and drink recipes in Valheim. Where to find ingredients for crafting food

 

How to unlock food and drink recipes in Valheim

Food and drink in Valheim are essential in survival, restoring health and stamina. There are different types of food in the game: one that can be collected, obtained by hunting or cooked. With the first two, everything is simple: in the meadows and in the forest you can find mushrooms, berries and animals and simply collect or kill. But cooking is not so simple, because there are such complex dishes as sausages or jam. In order to open their recipes, you need to make a cauldron. Alternatively, you can simply fry the meat using a cooking rack and a fire.

Where to find ingredients for crafting food

How to make a boiler

First you need to open the blueprint for the boiler by making tin ore ingots in the smelter . For the cauldron, you will need 10 tin (see our resource guide for how to get it), a hammer, and a fire to hang the cauldron over. Unlike the cooking counter, the cauldron cooks food instantly and you get the finished product right after you put the ingredients in it.


How to make a boiler

How to make royal jam, blood sausage, carrot soup, bullfinch pie, snake stew, turnip stew, fish rolls and sausages in a cauldron

  • Royal Jam (8 units of raspberries and 8 units of blueberries) - adds 30 to health, 40 to stamina, 2 to healing and lasts 1200 seconds;
  • Blood sausage (2 units of thistle, 2 bags of blood, 4 units of barley flour) - adds 90 to health, 50 to stamina, 4 to healing and lasts 2400 seconds;
  • Carrot Soup (1 mushroom and 3 carrots) - adds 20 health, 60 stamina, 2 healing and lasts 1500 seconds;
  • Bullfin Pie (4 units of barley flour, 2 slices of cooked bovine meat, 2 units of cloudberry) - adds 80 health, 80 stamina, 4 healing and lasts 2400 seconds;
  • Snake stew (1 mushroom, 1 piece of cooked snake meat, 2 units of honey) - adds 80 health, 80 stamina, 4 healing and lasts 2400 seconds;
  • Turnip Stew (1 piece of raw meat and 3 turnips) - Adds 50 health, 50 stamina, 2 healing and lasts 1600 seconds;
  • Fish rolls (2 units of cooked fish, 4 units of barley flour) - adds 60 health, 90 stamina, 4 healing and lasts 2400 seconds;
  • Sausages (1 raw meat, 2 draug entrails, 4 thistles) - adds 60 health, 40 stamina, 3 healing and lasts 1600 seconds.

How to make royal jam, blood sausage, carrot soup, bullfinch pie, snake stew, turnip stew, fish rolls and sausages in a cauldron

Where to Find Snake Meat, Blood Bags, Honey, Carrots, Cloudberries, Bovine Meat, Turnip, Thistle, and Barley Meal for Cooking

  • Snake meat - falls with snakes in the ocean biome ;
  • Blood Bags - dropped from leeches that inhabit the Swamps;
  • Honey - Found in hives that can be found in forests, abandoned houses, or near swamps. You can also build your own hives if you take a queen bee from a wild hive;
  • Carrots - germinates from carrot seeds (in a separate guide, we described where to get seeds);
  • Cloudberry - grows in the Plains biome;
  • Bullsaur Meat - drops from Bullsaurs that live in the Plains biome;
  • Turnip - sprouts from turnip seeds;
  • Thistle - grows in the Swamps and in the Black Forest;
  • Barley flour - made from barley in a mill.

How to make mead and potion using a cauldron

How to make mead and potion using a cauldron

To prepare drinks, in addition to the boiler, you will also need a fermentation barrel (made from 10 units of resin, 5 units of bronze, 20 units of high-quality wood in the forge). With the help of the cauldron and fermenter, you can prepare potions and mead that will help you withstand frost , restore health and stamina, and so on. When you make a fermenting barrel, you will have recipes for different varieties of mead and potions. All drinks are based on honey and blood bags. All other ingredients will need to be obtained depending on what kind of potion or what kind of mead you need. To get the drink you want, you first need to prepare the mead base in a kettle and then send it to the fermentation barrel for fermentation.

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