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Try the dailies every day if you want to stay fit

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Once you have purchased every recipe you possibly can you can start spending your Awards on either Crate of Tasty Meat, which contains some meat reagents you can sell, or on Imported Supplies, which contain a lot of Cocoa Beans, which you can then use to make Chocolate Cookies and be satisfied. Whether you are a new character or an old one just picking up Cooking, you should try to do your dailies every day. The Epicurean is used for almost all of the recipes, and some of them are quite powerful and can provide essential buffs for the beverages.

Basic campfire:

You must be standing near an open fire in order to cook something. Cooking trainers usually have an open fire near to them and you can also create your own by selecting the Basic Campfire from the General page of your spell book. Cooking will mainly require three components: food, a recipe and a fire. Food can be purchased from vendors, looted from beasts that have been killed or caught through fishing. Recipes are available to purchase from Cooking trainers and vendors or as quest rewards.

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Increase your level:

Review the recipes in six ways below to determine the required ingredients, then choose one or all of them to level. Each way maintains its own levelling. Increasing one to level 600 will increase your overall Cooking skill to 600, but to make the recipes for other ways you will still need to level each way separately at recipent.com. Cooking is a profession which will allow the players to combine various ingredients such as fish or meat into delicious food and drink items which can be consumed to restore health and mana, as well as to grant combat buffs.

Level of food:

Regardless of the location though, your food will be delicious and fully capable of providing one of the Well Fed buffs, its strength depends on the level of the food you have eaten. To cook, you will need to both find yourself a fire – and have the required ingredients, of course. Many innkeepers and cooking trainers have a cooking fire, a brazier, or some other tool needed for cooking around them. If you are out in the wilderness, however, you can always create your own Cooking Fire – a skill you learn when you learn Cooking.