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In-Game Description
Cooking Effects
Common Locations
Hearts
Baked Hearts
Cooked Hearts
Big Hearty Truffle
Years of going unpicked have allowed this hearty truffle to grow quite large. It's chock-full of nutrients. When cooked into a dish, it temporarily increases your maximum hearts.
4 Full recovery
Chickaloo Tree Nut
Small birds love this nut. You can eat it raw for a minor effect, but it can also be added as a spice to other recipes.
0 1
Chickaloo Tree Nut
Small birds love this nut. You can eat it raw for a minor effect, but it can also be added as a spice to other recipes.
0 1
Chillfin Trout
This blue trout prefers cold bodies of water. Its skin contains enzymes that keep its body cool, and when cooked into a dish, it will temporarily boost your heat resistance.
1 2
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.
0 1
Cool Safflina
This medicinal plant grows in high elevations, such as mountains in the Hebra or Gerudo regions. When cooked into a dish, it will temporarily increase your heat resistance.
Hearty Salmon
This fish makes its home in cold water, giving it extra layers of fat. It temporarily increases your maximum hearts when used in cooking.
6 Full recovery
Hearty Truffle
This rare mushroom has a rich scent. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your maximum hearts.
3 Full recovery
Ice Keese Wing
A rare Ice Keese wing. Its frozen surface gleams attractively, but its usefulness isn't readily apparent.
Icy Lizalfos Tail
The severed tail of an Ice-Breath Lizalfos. Its hard scales and flesh make it unsuitable for cooking, but it's perfect for making elixirs.
Keese Eyeball
A rare material dropped by a defeated Keese. It's fun to look at, but it doesn't seem to have much use at first glance. But it must be good for something…
Lizalfos Horn
This winding horn once grew atop the head of a Lizalfos. It's too hard to use for cooking, but stores are willing to buy it from you. It can also be used to make elixirs.
Lizalfos Tail
The severed tail of a Lizalfos. It continues to wriggle even after being separated from its body. That kind of vitality makes it highly valued as an ingredient in elixirs.
Lizalfos Talon
This talon once grew from the elbow of a Lizalfos. You can stew it with critters to make elixirs, but it may have some other uses, as well.
Lynel Guts
This highly sought-after ingredient can only be obtained from a Lynel. It pulses with the vitality of a Lynel, a strength that makes it invaluable as an ingredient for elixirs.
Lynel Hoof
This rare ingredient can be obtained only from a Lynel's foot. It's larger and heavier than a horse's hoof. It's useful for making elixirs but may have uses beyond that.
Lynel Horn
The Lynel this horn once grew upon surely misses it. It's exceptionally hard—so hard that most blades cannot scratch it. Throw it into a stew with critters to make elixirs.
Raw Bird Thigh
A high-quality piece of meat that's hard to come by. You can eat it raw, but cooking it first will recover more hearts.
2 3
Raw Gourmet Meat
This prized cut of meat is usually from a large animal. Any connoisseur would rank this tender, juicy cut of meat "gourmet." Expect an exquisite meal when cooking with this.
4 6
Raw Prime Meat
A fresh, high-quality piece of animal meat. This stuff isn't easy to come by, so savor it. Cook it to recover more hearts.
2 3
Raw Whole Bird
This prized meat can be obtained from certain birds. It gets full points for flavor, nutrition, and volume. It pairs perfectly with other ingredients or can be enjoyed alone.
4 6
Swift Violet
This vitality-rich flower blooms mainly on cliffsides. When cooked into a dish, the nourishing compounds increase your movement speed.
White Chuchu Jelly
A jiggly substance that came from an Ice Chuchu. It's cool to the touch, and squeezing it seems to relieve stress. If struck, it will explode in a cold mist.
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.
0 1