Getting Food In Red Dead Online - Best Tips

 Are you starving exploring the Wild West? Normal. But don't worry, there is an obvious and easy way to get meat and fodder so you don't get starved.

Getting Food In Red Dead Online - Best Tips

If you've already been playing Red Dead Redemption 2 , you know that staying fueled is very important. The happens exact same thing in RDR Online . However, there is a problem and that is that the resources are very scarce . You will no longer find cans of food, horse fodder and such everywhere.

So how can you keep your character and your horse always fed? Well, there are two ways. One is easy and expensive. The other is cheap but takes a bit more time, although it will also help you get money.

Buy supplies

amazing food
amazing food

The option easy and straightforward is to buy food and feed for the horse . You didn't need Captain Obvious intervention to reach this conclusion. However, you should keep in mind that the objects cost money (in dollars, remember the difference with gold ). 

Of course, keep in mind that staying on money is expensive . Therefore you may have to resort to a system to get money quickly.

Hunt and gather

This is the most effective and productive system for getting supplies to eat with and making sure you have meat and food for your horse. The method must be divided into two parts:

Hunt for food

If it has more than two legs and it moves, kill it . This is a very basic and brutally effective system, and it works as follows:

  • You hunt the animal.
  • You skin it (keep the skin on your horse).
  • You get the meat by skinning it.
  • If possible cook the meat as soon as you get it, but do not eat it .
  • In this way, you can store prepared meat and raw meat, to make the most of your inventory.
  • Also, you can get money with the skins .

Get grass for your horse

This is the tricky part. It is quite possible that you end up resorting to buying. It is simply a matter of collecting the plants you find and you will always end up providing fodder for your horse. Your best option will be to find carrots , a staple for the nap. 

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