Talk:Guide to food and drinks

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Tiers on lists

Maybe there should be tiers on each list, like pasta on tier one but copypasta on tier two because you need a tier one dish to make a tier two. Etc. etc. on down. ReallyBigRock (talk) 00:30, 22 March 2015 (EDT)

Good idea, but I couldn't find any other dishes like Copypasta. If you can help me find other tier 2 -suitable dishes, I'll gladly combine them into a new category. Kosmos (talk) 04:53, 22 March 2015 (EDT)
Sure, I'll go ahead and list 'em all; I'm not so good at modifying tables. For drinks, Tier 2: Allies Cocktail, Atomic Bomb, Changeling Sting, Hippie's Delight, Long Island Iced Tea, Manhattan Project, Syndicate Bomb, White Russian. Tier 3: Three Mile Island Iced Tea. The foods are a bit trickier upon closer inspection, as most of them have dough or cheese, which could count as tier 1. By that, all the breads would be tier 2, pastas except copypasta could be tier 2, etc. But dough is not edible by itself, so it might be tier 0. For food it would work better if they were all in one table and type (bread, pastry, salad) were a sortable parameter. It wouldn't be too unwieldy that way. Maybe this would also inspire the coders to add more high tier stuff :S ReallyBigRock (talk) 17:39, 22 March 2015 (EDT)


Lots of outdated/wrong informations

This Page needs a rework, Some of the stuff is not even in the code or is wrong and since both of the jobs are begginer friendly providing misleading information seems wrong, Other than that nutrition values of foods seem to depend on the ingridients used so i doubt that section is usefull
(yes you can create a safe version of amanita jelly that looks cool, you just need to grow the amanita with amatoxin and mushroom hallucinogen genes removed ). Macz (talk) 09 March 2020(EDT)

Proposal to split the article

This article is damn massive. We should split the food part and the drink part as those are usually done by two seperate jobs (chef and bartender). There are even seperate instruction books in the game.