NOODLES & CAKES
To make dough, use flour on water.
If you use dough on an egg, you will make batter. Dough on honey
will create cookie dough.
Use plain batter on more flour to make cake batter.
Using a noodle cutter on dough will make raw (uncooked) noodles.
NOODLES & CAKES (cont'd)
Using a baking pan on cake batter will make a cake. Using it on
cookie dough will make three cookies.
Using dough on an apple will make an apple pie.
To make cheese, use rennet on milk to curdle it.
MEAT & FRIED FOOD
To butcher a fish, side of beef, chicken or rabbit carcass, use
a carving knife on it. This will give you three pieces of fish,
steak, chicken, or rabbit meat.
You can fry these pieces by using a frying pan on them. You can
also fry mushrooms and eggs.
RICE & NOODLE DISHES
To make rice dishes, use uncooked rice on any carved piece of meat,
or on a mushroom. Rice with fish is known, in the ancient Sho land
of Iiwah, as "sushi."
The Sho frequently eat their meat with noodles. Use raw noodles
on any piece of carved meat, or on a mushroom to make these dishes.
Use brine on eggs or fish filets to pickle them.
Use brine on a cabbage to make a Sho delicacy called "kimchi."
Some foods are also receptive to oils that make them more potent.
These oils, made by alchemists, can make food that heals or grants
mana instead of renewing your stamina. An even more powerful oil,
called Victual Oil, will increase the amount of health, mana or
stamina food grants.
Foods affected by alchemical oils include cakes, pies (including
pizza), and stews.