Cooking Substitutions

Cooking Ingredient Grades:

Normal > T2 Green Grade > T3 Blue Grade > T4 > T5

Ingredient amounts in recipes can be changed based upon the grade of your ingredient.

  • 1 green = 3-4 white (4 for most recipes, 3 for a few like coconut pasta and delotia recipes)
  • 1 blue = up to 8 white. (For example, one blue vegetable works for pickled vegetables, which requires 8 vegetables.)

Grain Substitution Example:

  • The Wheat requirement listed for the Beer Recipe can be replaced by any “cereal” such as Barley.

Fish substitution example:

  • 1 fresh fish can be replaced by 2 dried white fish and vice versa.
    • Dried fish show white grade, but keep their original grade.
    • 1 green grade Dried fish = 1 fresh fish
Ingredient Category Ingredient Substitutions
Vegetable, Cabbage

Tomato

Paprika

Pumpkin

Cabbage

Olive

Grain, Cereal, Starch

Wheat

Barley

Potato

Sweet Potato

Corn

Reptile Meat

Lizard Meat

Worm Meat

Waragon Meat

Cheetah Dragon Meat

Bird Meat

Kuku Bird Meat

Flamingo Meat

Chicken Meat

Flour

Wheat Flour

Barley Flour

Potato Flour

Sweet Potato Flour

Corn Flour

Meat 1

Deer Meat

Fox Meat

Rhino Meat

Pork

Beef

Raccoon Meat

Weasel Meat

Bear Meat

Wolf Meat

Lamb Meat

 

Ingredient Category Ingredient Substitutions
Dough

Wheat Dough

Barley Dough

Potato Dough

Sweet Potato Dough

Corn Dough

Fruit

Strawberry

Grape

Apple

Cherry

Pear

Banana

Pineapple
Citron

Seafood

Cuttlefish

Squid

Terrapin

Jellyfish

Crawfish

Crab

Octopus

Starfish

Shellfish

Seahorse

Flower or Plant

Sunflower

Rose

Tulip

Fish
(assume fresh)
2 Dried Fish
1 Dried Green Grade Fish
Green Grade Fish 4 Dried Fish
2 Dried Green Grade Fish
1 Dried Blue Grade Fish
Salt Sun-dried Salt
Mineral Water Purified Water

 

 

 

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