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In-Game Description
Cooking Effects
Common Locations
Hearts
Baked Hearts
Cooked Hearts
Acorn
Often found on the ground near trees. Squirrels adore this nut, so you may have competition while foraging. Add one to a meal for a nutty seasoning.
0 1
Acorn
Often found on the ground near trees. Squirrels adore this nut, so you may have competition while foraging. Add one to a meal for a nutty seasoning.
0 1
Ancient Core
This crystal was made using lost technology. At one time it was the power source for ancient machines. This item is very valuable to researchers.
Ancient Gear
A gear used in ancient machinery. Despite being incredibly old, its build quality is leaps and bounds above anything built using current technology.
Ancient Screw
A screw used in ancient machinery. It's made of an unknown material, and no matter how many times it's turned, its threads never seem to show signs of wear.
Ancient Shaft
A machine part used in ancient machinery. It's incredibly sturdy, and it's not made of any recognizable material. It may come in handy someday.
Ancient Spring
A spring used in ancient machinery. It is light and buoyant enough to float on water, and no matter how many times it's compressed, it never loses tension.
Apple
A common fruit found on trees all around Hyrule. Eat it fresh, or cook it to increase its effect.
0 1
Bokoblin Fang
A tooth obtained from a Bokoblin. It's worn down and not very sharp, but it's still pretty hard. Cook it alongside a critter to make an elixir.
Bokoblin Guts
A rare material obtained by defeating a Bokoblin. It convulses on its own every now and then, which is really creepy, but perhaps it has a use.
Bokoblin Horn
The severed horn of a Bokoblin, a creature often encountered on the plains of Hyrule. It isn't edible, but it can be tossed into a stew with some critters to make an elixir.
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
Chuchu Jelly
A gelatinous substance that came from a Chuchu. It's unusable in this state, but applying a bit of elemental stimulation will change its form.
Courser Bee Honey
Honey straight from the hive is chock-full of nutrients. Cooking this into a meal unlocks the potential of these nutrients and provides a stamina-recovery effect.
4
Endura Shroom
A rare yellowish-orange mushroom. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your stamina limit.
1 2
Giant Ancient Core
A giant energy crystal made using lost ancient technology. Cores this large are an extremely rare find. A researcher would probably know how to use this.
Hinox Guts
A giant, smelly Hinox organ of unknown function. Upon closer inspection, it appears to be quivering, It can be used to make an elixir, but some say it has other uses, as well.
Hinox Toenail
A nail obtained from a Hinox. It's as thick as a plate of armor and can be stewed with critters to make elixirs.
Hinox Tooth
A tooth obtained from a Hinox. It's so large, it's hard to believe it's a real tooth. It can be used to make elixirs.
Hylian Shroom
A common fmushroom found near trees around Hyrule. Eat it to restore half a heart.
1 1
Hyrule Bass
An ordinary fish that can be found all over Hyrule. Can be eaten raw, but cooking it amplifies its healing benefits.
1 2
Hyrule Herb
This healthy herb grows abundantly in the plains of Hyrule. Cook it before eating to increase the number of hearts it restores.
2
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…
Keese Wing
The wing of a Keese. It's covered with very short, sharp fur. It's not much use by itself, but you can mix it with critters to make something useful.
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.
Moblin Fang
A sharp fang obtained from a Moblin. It's too hard to be reshaped into a tool, but it can be tossed into a stew with some critters to create elixirs.
Moblin Guts
This prized ingredient can be obtained from Moblins. Its odor is too pungent for normal food preparation, but stew it with some critters to make elixirs.
Moblin Horn
This splendid horn once grew atop the head of a Moblin. It can't be used in normal food recipes, but it does have some use as an ingredient in making elixirs.
Octo Balloon
This inflatable Octorok organ has a lot of lift, so attach it to items you want to see float. Hold it in your hands, and then place it on an object to attach it.
Octorok Eyeball
This can only be obtained from an Octorok-type enemy. You can sell it to a store, or you can make elixirs with it, but it may have other uses, as well.
Octorok Tentacle
This can only be obtained from an Octorok-type enemy. It's too acidic for cooking, but it's highly valued as an ingredient for elixirs.
Raw Bird Drumstick
This meat is tougher and chewier than a standard steak. Tastes better cooked.
1 2
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 Meat
Meat obtained from animals in plains and forests. You can eat it raw, but cooking it will make it more delicious and nutritious.
1 2
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
Restless Cricket
A very energetic cricket. Cook it with monster parts to create a stamina-recovery elixir.
Rugged Rhino Beetle
This beetle's hard body resembles armor. When the shell is cooked with monster parts, the resulting elixir boosts your defense.
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.
1 1
Staminoka Bass
This Hyrule bass got to be the biggest fish by never getting caught (until now). Its long life results in a cooked dish that will restore a lot of stamina.
1 2
Warm Darner
This dragonfly has a special organ that causes it to sweat profusely. Cook it with monster parts for an elixir that will raise your core temperatures so you can resist the cold.