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Category
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
Armoranth
This tough medicinal plant cannot be broken, but it can be cooked. Its durable yet flexible fibers raise your defense when cooked into a dish.
0
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
Cold Darner
This dragonfly prefers the cool shade of trees to the warmth of the sun. Its wings disperse heat from its body, which can be cooked into a heat-resistant elixir.
Electric Darner
This rare dragonfly only appears in the rain. Its wings direct electricity away from its body. Cook it with monster parts for an electricity-resistant elixir.
Electric Safflina
This medicinal plant grows abundantly in the Gerudo Desert. Its peculiar fibers conduct electricity, which will increase your electricity resistance when cooked into a dish.
Endura Carrot
Highly valued as a medicinal plant, this carrot contains large amounts of nourishing energy. When cooked into a dish, it boosts your stamina beyond its maximum limit.
3 4
Endura Shroom
A rare yellowish-orange mushroom. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your stamina limit.
1 2
Hearty Radish
A rare radish that grows best in sunny plains. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your maximum hearts.
3 Full recovery
Hot-footed Frog
A quick frog that can be found hopping around near water. Cook it with monster parts to draw out its speed-boost effect.
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.
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
Rushroom
A mushroom that can grow almost anywhere but prefers ceilings and sheer cliffs. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your movement speed.
0 1
Silent Princess
This lovely flower was said to have been a favorite of the princess of Hyrule. Once feared to have gone extinct, it's recently been spotted growing in the wild.
2
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
Thunderwing Butterfly
This rare butterfly only shows itself when it rains. The organs in its body produce an insulating compound. When made into an elixir, it offers electrical resistance.
Tireless Frog
This rare frog only ventures out in the rain. When cooked with monster parts, the elixir it produces will temporarily increase your maximum stamina.
4
Voltfin Trout
This trout makes its home in the freshwater lakes. Its scales have an insulating compound that, when cooked into a dish, offers resistance to electricity.
1 2
Warm Safflina
This medicinal plant grows in hot regions, such as the Gerudo Desert. It's warm to the touch and increases your cold resistance when cooked into a dish.
Winterwing Butterfly
The powdery scales of this butterfly's wings cool the air around it. Watching it flutter around snowflakes is a thing of beauty. Cook it with monster parts for a heat-resistant elixir.
Yellow Lizalfos Tail
The severed tail of an Electric Lizalfos. Its powerful stench makes it unappetizing and unfit for cooking, but it's highly valued as an ingredient for elixirs.