The Legend of Zelda: The Kingdom of Tears offers many new foods. This means you will have access to more recipes such as pizza. But not everything Link makes and eats makes sense, and doesn’t look particularly appetizing when actually eaten.
Every time a strange recipe is tried or Link tries to eat it, it further confirms that the Hyrule hero’s stomach is made of titanium. Realistically, there’s no way he’ll be able to eat these utterly bizarre (and slightly alarming) foods without any objection. Still, he’s fine – he’s even won hearts for it!
Five Frozen meat is just the beginning
Head out into the Gerudo Plateau at night, or head out to the Hebra region with your stock of fresh meat, without worrying about the cold. Throw it all on the ground and fire arrows at it fused with Iceberry or White Tutu Jelly, and you’ve got yourself a whole fresh frozen meat ready to eat.
It doesn’t restore as many hearts as cooking does, but it’s too late. It’s already a meal that Link is ready to set his teeth on. Eating raw meat makes some sense. After all, dishes like beef tartare still allow that today.
That doesn’t mean they’re good (at least, not for everyone), but they’re perfectly viable options in terms of food. Frozen meat, on the other hand, is not traditionally edible and can even be difficult to eat.
But at least Link is determined, and if you’re between death brink and frozen meat, you’ll probably choose frozen meat, too.
Four Suspicious food is just suspicious.
Questionable food is not just of questionable quality, in fact it can be downright debilitating in non-link cases, as demonstrated at the Riverside Stable in Penn’s Stable quest “The Gourmet Is Missing”.
You could use perfectly fine ingredients like hylia rice or rock salt, but as soon as you use prime raw meat instead of monster parts, worms, or inedible plants like puff-shrooms, the average person can’t afford it. You can make something that you can consume. Please take your feet off for a while.
Unless, of course, you’re Link, in which case it just restores a little health. It’s a waste of ingredients, sure, but if you run out of ingredients and you don’t have rupees to buy anything, realistically you should make a bunch of dubious food to feed them.
Link wouldn’t be happy, but at least he’s alive, right? Eating a strange mushy mess of worm and monster paste that hastily thrown over a fire must be better than dying.
3 eat hard foods to keep your teeth strong
If given a challenge, Link can eat rocks or rock-like food, but must first craft it. Whether you’re cooking wood or literal gems, you can take rockhard food out of the pot and present it to Link to eat.
However, the amount of hearts restored varies depending on the rarity of the item being cooked and the rupee cost.
Rock-hard food can be the most expensive meal you’ve ever made, or it can be the cheapest. However, if you’re in a pinch, you can easily chop down a tree, take out your Zonai Portable Pot and cook the wood to restore at least a few hearts.
Realistically, is this the worst thing that ever happened through the digestive tract? Yes. You shouldn’t eat stones in real life, but Link has a stomach of steel, so he’ll probably be fine.
So if monster parts cannot traditionally be eaten raw, and cooking them produces questionable food, realistically you shouldn’t be able to cook with monster parts.
At least the kids who attended Hateno School during the “Teach Me A Lesson 2” side quest will definitely agree on this part. But you guys are wrong because as long as it’s a monster extract, you can use “monster parts” to make perfectly edible food.
does it look natural? Absolutely not. In fact, there are very few things you should eat with something this bright purple.
Some recipes using monster extracts seem fineAt first, monster extract was mostly used as a seasoning for monster rice balls and monster curry. But there’s something creepy about Monster Soup… there’s very little in it.
Tavanta wheat, goat butter, fresh milk, and monstera extract are used, indicating that the thick cream soup is the dominant flavor and the best ingredient. monster extract. At least monster cakes use sugar as flavoring!
1 What are dark clamps?
New to Tears of the Kingdom is the Dark Clamp, available from the Bargainer statues in Depth and Lookout Landing. This magical package grants temporary immunity to grooms. This is perfect for fighting Phantom Ganon or Groom Hands, but what is it?
It’s mysterious and frankly a little unsettling. The product description makes it clear that it looks cold and dark, but it’s unclear what it actually looks like.teeth.
Is it like a temporary vaccine that takes some of the “dead” melancholy and gives it temporary resistance before it can pass through the body? It’s hard to say, but it doesn’t seem to hurt much for the link.
You’re right not to trust it completely, but it’s stupid not to use it. Especially if you plan to clear the Korok Forest from darkness, it’s imperative to have at least some dark-resistant food on hand.
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