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Cooked Hearts
Armored Carp Calcium deposits in the scales of this ancient fish make them as hard as armor. Cooking it into a dish will fortify your bones, temporarily increasing your defense. 1 2
Armored Porgy This porgy's body is covered in armor-hard scales. The compounds in its scales, when cooked into a dish, fortify your bones and temporarily boost your defense. 1 2
Bright-eyed Crab This crab appears in large numbers when it rains. On bite of its delectable meat, and you'll forget all your exhaustion. Replenishes your stamina when cooked into a dish. 1 2
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
Hearty Bass This large fish lives near the shoreline. Its sizable body can restore a lot of nutrient. When cooked into a dish, it will temporarily increase your maximum hearts. 3 Full recovery
Hearty Blueshell Snail This snail lives on sandy beaches in large numbers. Its flesh contains a high amount of stimulants, so when cooked into a dish, it temporarily increases your maximum hearts. 4 Full recovery
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
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
Ironshell Crab This crab's shell is particularly hard. When cooked into a dish, its fat and meat bolster the body to increase your defense. 1 2
Mighty Carp This freshwater fish lives alongside its less mighty carp ilk. A compound in its liver promotes muscle growth. Dishes cooked with it will temporarily increase your attack power. 1 2
Mighty Porgy This ocean-dwelling fish comes with one rude attitude. The compounds in its flesh elevate your competitive spirit when it's cooked into a dish, thus increasing your attack power. 1 2
Razorclaw Crab This crab is well known for its exceptionally sharp pincers. When cooked, the strength compound in its claws will increase your attack power. 1 2
Sanke Carp This wild armored carp has been bred into a prizewinning fish. Its beautifully colored markings do not occur in nature. It offers no special effects when cooked.
1 2
Sizzlefin Trout This red trout prefers warm bodies of water. It has a special organ specifically for storing heat. When cooked into a dish, it temporarily boosts your resistance to the cold. 1 2
Sneaky River Snail This large, glow-in-the-dark snail lives in fresh water. When cooked into a dish, it heightens your senses so you can move about silently. 1 2
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
Stealthfin Trout Consuming the bioluminescent compound that makes this fish glow in the dark will increase concentration. Dishes cooked with it will suppress noise when consumed. 1 2
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