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Kitchen

  • This is your kitchen which will cook food (6 items at a time) for you. Materials for the recipes can be found in the mines both repeatable and regular mines and can also be sent for by caravan. Event cooking can be found at the end of the pages. You will need to unlock the recipes as you reach areas and/or regions that unlock and use those recipes.
Kitchen.png

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Pots

You will need to purchase pots to cook your recipes in. There are 6 pots available to purchase and you only have to buy them the one time. Certain levels and/or regions are required to purchase the pots.

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Pot Coin(Header).png Theme.png Level
Kitchen Pot.png
Pot 1 Free
Egypt.png
EG
1
Kitchen Pot.png
Pot 2 300
Egypt.png
EG
11
Kitchen Pot.png
Pot 3 800
Egypt.png
EG
22
Kitchen Pot.png
Pot 4 1500
Egypt.png
EG
31
Kitchen Pot.png
Pot 5 3000
Egypt.png
EG
40
Kitchen Pot.png
Pot 6 10 000
Scandi.png
SC
70
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Food (Energy)

Kitchen Banner.png
Name Energy.PNG Clock.PNG Level Region Ingredients Experience from
buying Pillars
with the same materials
Pillar : Food Ratio
(See below)
Energy
per minute of
production
Milk.png
Milk 10 0:10 5
Egypt.png
EG
50 Coin(Small).png 50 5 1
BerryMuffin.PNG
Berry Muffin 30 0:10 10
Egypt.png
EG
5 Berries(Small).PNG 1 Flour.PNG 1 Sugar.PNG 100 3.33 3
FM.PNG
Fried Mushrooms 30 0:30 N/A
Egypt.png
EG
3 Mushroom(Small).PNG 1 Herb(Small).PNG 150 5 1
ApplePie.PNG
Apple Pie 60 0:30 10
Egypt.png
EG
5 Apple(Small).png 2 Flour.PNG 2 Sugar.PNG 100 1.66 2
Veg Soup.PNG
Vegetable Soup 90 1:00 35
Egypt.png
EG
12 Mushroom(Small).PNG 3 Herb(Small).PNG 540 6 1.5
CaramelApple.PNG
Caramel Apple 110 0:40 10
Egypt.png
EG
10 Apple(Small).png 4 Sugar.PNG 2 Coal(Small).png 350 3.18 2.75
GrilledFish.PNG
Grilled Fish 300 2:00 10
Egypt.png
EG
1 Fish(Small).PNG 3 Root(Small).PNG 5 Coal(Small).png 815 2.71 2.5
BerryCake.PNG
Berry Cake 450 8:00 20
Egypt.png
EG
50 Berries(Small).PNG 4 Sugar.PNG 12 Flour.PNG 1000 2.22 0.9375
Dill Soup.png
Dill Soup 300 0:30 50
Scandi.png
SC
3 Dill.png, 4 Sugar.PNG, 4 Flour.PNG 510 1.7 10
BrCod.png
Broiled Cod 400 1:00 50
Scandi.png
SC
1 Cod.png, 1 Root(Small).PNG, 1 Herb(Small).PNG 1020 2.55 6.66
IceBread.png
Iceland Bread 650 2:00 50
Scandi.png
SC
5 Dill.png, 10 Flour.PNG, 3 Coal(Small).png 1075 1.65 5.41
FishFingers.png
Fish Fingers 900 8:00 50
Scandi.png
SC
2 Cod.png, 3 Coal(Small).png, 5 Herb(Small).PNG 2315 2.57 1.875
Bowl Rice.png
Bowl of Rice 550 0:30 85 China.pngCH 15 Rice(Small).png 10 Lumber(Small).png 1043 2.55 18.33


Rice Cake.png
Rice Cake 1200 4:00 100 China.pngCH 25 Rice(Small).png 5 Sugar.PNG 20 Lumber(Small).png 2400 2 5
Kung Pao.png
Kung Pao Chicken 900 0:30 90 China.pngCH 7 Shiitake(Small).png 3 Mushroom(Small).PNG 3 Root(Small).PNG 3770 4.19 30
Stuffed Shiitake.png
Stuffed Shiitake Mushrooms 1500 8:00 105 China.pngCH 10 Shiitake(Small).png 5 Herb(Small).PNG 10 Lumber(Small).png 5600 3.73 3.125
CrispyEel.png
Crispy Eel 1000 2:00 95 China.pngCH 1 Eel(Small).png 3 Shiitake(Small).png 5 Coal(Small).png 3475 3.48 8.33
Boiledlobster.jpg
Boiled Lobster 2000 1:00 110
ATL Icon.png
ATL
1 Lobster.png 1 Seaweed.png 5 Coal(Small).png 4375 2.19 33.33
Ssoup.jpg
Seaweed Soup 1000 0:30 115
ATL Icon.png
ATL
1 Seaweed.png 5 Coal(Small).png 10 Lumber(Small).png 1775 1.77 33.33
Ssushi.jpg
Seaweed Sushi 2100 2:00 120
ATL Icon.png
ATL
2 Seaweed.png 10 Rice(Small).png 15 Lumber(Small).png
3500 1.66 17.5
LobsterTails.png
Lobster Tails 3600 8:00 130
ATL Icon.png
ATL
1 Lobster.png 2 Seaweed.png 25 Lumber(Small).png 5700 1.58 7.5
Olivepate.png
Olive Pate 1500 0:30 150
Greece icon.png
GR
2 Olives.png 1 Herb(Small).PNG 1560 1.04 50
Olivebread.png
Olive Bread 4000 2:00 150
Greece icon.png
GR
5 Olives.png 2 Flour.PNG 5 Coal(Small).png 3965 0.99 33.33
Greeklemonade.png
Greek Lemonade 1300 0:30 150
Greece icon.png
GR
1 Lemon.png 3 Sugar.PNG 1660 1.27 43.33
Lemoncupcake.png
Lemon Cupcake 4300 4:00 165
Greece icon.png
GR
3 Lemon.png 2 Sugar.PNG 2 Flour.PNG 4980 1.16 17.92
Grilledoctopus.png
Grilled Octopus 2800 1:00 165
Greece icon.png
GR
1 Octopus.png 5 Coal(Small).png 2 Herb(Small).PNG 5395 1.93 46.66
Seasoup.png
Sea Soup 16,000 8:00 190
Greece icon.png
GR
2 Octopus.png 2 Lobster.png 3 Eel(Small).png 20 400 1.28 33.33
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Pillar : Food Ratio

In simple words, this could be explained as "how many times the pillar is better than food" or "how many times more experience do the pillars provide than the food". In general, the higher the ratio, the better the pillars are over cooking the listed dish. Please note the pillar : food ratio isn't simply an indication you should get the pillar instead, but that you can use this ratio to compare the different foods to see which is more efficient to cook.

So, here's how to interpret the ratio numbers, above:

  • Below 1 (adv: Food) - food provides X times more experience than using the same ingredients to make the pillars for such items. The only instance of this is Olive Bread, a dish in Greece.
  • Exactly 1 (same exp.) - food provides exactly the same number of experience in energy as the pillar. The closest example is the Olive Bread.
  • Above 1 (adv: Pillars) - pillars provide X times more experience than the food. For example, Bowl of Rice (2.55) provides 2.55 times less experience than making pillars; Kung Pao Chicken (4.19) provides about 4x less experience than making pillars (or, stated the other way, pillars are 4x better than cooking the items).
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