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Hearts
Baked Hearts
Cooked Hearts
Apple
A common fruit found on trees all around Hyrule. Eat it fresh, or cook it to increase its effect.
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Chillshroom
Often found at the base of pine trees in cold climates, these mushrooms are cool to the touch and can be used to cook dishes that allow you to stay cool even in arid regions.
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Fleet-Lotus Seeds
The plant that bears these seeds grows near deep water. The roots draw nutrients from the water, which boosts your movement speed when the seeds are cooked into a dish.
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Fortified Pumpkin
An extremely tough pumpkin raised in village fields. When cooked, that toughness manifests itself by considerably upping defense.
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Fresh Milk
This fresh milk comes from Hateno cows and white goats kept in the village. It's delicious on its own but can also be used as an ingredient in soups and stews.
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Fresh Milk
This fresh milk comes from Hateno cows and white goats kept in the village. It's delicious on its own but can also be used as an ingredient in soups and stews.
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Hydromelon
This resilient fruit can flourish even in the heart of the desert. The hydrating liquid inside provides a cooling effect that, when cooked, increases your heat resistance.
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Hylian Shroom
A common fmushroom found near trees around Hyrule. Eat it to restore half a heart.
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Ironshroom
The cap of this mushroom is very hard. Use it when cooking to prepare a dish that increases your defense.
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Mighty Bananas
This fruit grows mainly in tropical forests of the Faron region. When it's used as an ingredient, the resulting dish will temporarily increase your attack power.
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Razorshroom
This mushroom is known for the natural slice in its cap. Eating it fosters your competitive spirit. Use it when cooking to prepare a dish that will increase your strength.
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Rushroom
A mushroom that can grow almost anywhere but prefers ceilings and sheer cliffs. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your movement speed.
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Silent Shroom
A strange mushroom that glows quietly in the forest at night. Cooking it into a dish unlocks the nutrients in its cap, resulting in a meal that will allow you to move stealthily.
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Spicy Pepper
This pepper is exploding with spice. Cook with it to create dishes that will raise your body temperature and help you withstand the cold.
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Stamella Shroom
A green mushroom that grows near trees in the forest. It's chock-full of natural energy. Cook it to release its stamina-restoration properties.
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Sunshroom
A bright red mushroom that grows in hot climates. Imbued with the power of heat, they can be used to cook dishes that will allow you to endure the bitter cold.
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Swift Carrot
This carrot is cultivated extensively in Kakariko Village. It strengthens the legs and hips when cooked into a dish, which helps increase your movement speed.
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Voltfruit
Cacti found in the Gerudo Desert beart this sweet fruit. It's naturally insultated, so when cooked into a dish, it provides resistance against electricity.
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Wildberry
A fruit that grows in cold, snowy regions known for its tangy, sweet flavor. It doesn't offer any special effects, but it's a popular cooking ingredient.
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Zapshroom
This mushroom grows wild in the Gerudo region. The cap is naturally insulated, so when used in cooking, it will offer protection against electricity.
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