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How To Cook In Stardew Valley?

Learn to cook in Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley allows players to indulge in real-life activities. In doing so it allows the game to break the virtual barrier and become more intuitive. As farming is the main aim of the game you can count on the game making use of your farmed products. Thus, cooking also forms an important part of the game and is an interesting activity to indulge in. Learning new recipes and making them is a ton of fun. Hence, in this guide, we tell you all the information you will need about How To Cook In Stardew Valley.

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Cooking In Stardew Valley

How to cook in Stardew Valley
Learn how to make food in Stardew Valley

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Cooking is an important activity that becomes available to players after they upgrade their Farmhouse for the first time. This upgrade adds a kitchen to your house which contains a stove and a refrigerator. You can interact with the stove to access your recipes and your item list. Luckily, the refrigerator ties into your inventory list making it easier to access items.

Eating food items even afford you certain upgrades. There are even limited-time ‘buffs’ that are applied when you consume certain food items. However buffs replace each other, so if you eat another item the boosts of the earlier one will disappear.

Qi Seasoning can be purchased from Qi’s Walnut room. Using this seasoning gives food a gold level, increasing its health level and selling price. It is also profitable to sell your food items as they net you a good sum in return.

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When you cook a certain amount of recipes you even unlock Achievement levels,

  • Cook (Cook 10 different recipes)
  • Sous Chef (Cook 25 different recipes)
  • Gourmet Chef (Cook every recipe)

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How To Learn Recipes

There are 3 methods to learn recipes in the game. The first is when you receive recipes in the mail from your friends. These automatically get added to your inventory. The second is by accessing the TV in your living room and watching the food channel. You can get various recipes from this method. The last method is by visiting Gus in the Stardrop Saloon. You can purchase various recipes from Gus over here.

The complete list of dishes you can make in the game:

  1. Fried Egg
  2. Omelet
  3. Salad
  4. Cheese Cauliflower
  5. Baked Fish
  6. Parsnip Soup
  7. Vegetable Medley
  8. Complete Breakfast
  9. Fried Calamari
  10. Strange Bun
  11. Lucky Lunch
  12. Fried Mushroom
  13. Pizza
  14. Bean Hotpot
  15. Glazed Yams
  16. Carp Surprise
  17. Hashbrowns
  18. Pancakes
  19. Salmon Dinner
  20. Fish Taco
  21. Crispy Bass
  22. Pepper Poppers
  23. Bread
  24. Tom Kha Soup
  25. Trout Soup
  26. Chocolate Cake
  27. Pink Cake
  28. Rhubarb Pie
  29. Cookie
  30. Spaghetti
  31. Fried Eel
  32. Spicy Eel
  33. Sashimi
  34. Maki Roll
  35. Tortilla
  36. Red Plate
  37. Eggplant Parmesan
  38. Rice Pudding
  39. Ice Cream
  40. Blueberry Tart
  41. Autumn’s Bounty
  42. Pumpkin Soup
  43. Super Meal
  44. Cranberry Sauce
  45. Stuffing
  46. Farmer’s Lunch
  47. Survival Burger
  48. Dish o’ The Sea
  49. Miner’s Treat
  50. Roots Platter
  51. Triple Shot Espresso
  52. Seafoam Pudding
  53. Algae Soup
  54. Pale Broth
  55. Plum Pudding
  56. Artichoke Dip
  57. Stir Fry
  58. Roasted Hazelnuts
  59. Pumpkin Pie
  60. Radish Salad
  61. Fruit Salad
  62. Blackberry Cobbler
  63. Cranberry Candy
  64. Bruschetta
  65. Coleslaw
  66. Fiddlehead Risotto
  67. Poppyseed Muffin
  68. Chowder
  69. Fish Stew
  70. Escargot
  71. Lobster Bisque
  72. Maple Bar
  73. Crab Cakes
  74. Shrimp Cocktail
  75. Ginger Ale
  76. Banana Pudding
  77. Mango Sticky Rice
  78. Poi
  79. Tropical Curry
  80. Squid Ink Ravioli

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This is all you need to know about How To Cook In Stardew Valley. While you are here, also have a look at How to get Hay out of a Silo and How to feed Chickens.

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