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Latest revision as of 21:49, 29 October 2020

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Current game stage: 1

Food/Cooking is a major survival mechanic in 7 Days to Die. Consuming food/drink grants Fullness, which restores Max Stamina. Without periodic consumption of food/drink, hunger and thirst debilitate the player, slowing movement/action speed and eventually causing death.

Recipes[edit | edit source]

Name Master Chef Tier Food Health Water Max Stamina Bonus Special Effect Duration Required Tools Recipe
Charred Meat N / A 10 2 -5 10 Raw Meat (5)
Boiled Egg N / A 10 5 10 Cooking Pot Egg (1), Boiled Water (1)
Corn on the Cob Bachelor 5 2 10 Cooking Pot Ear of Corn (1), Boiled Water (1)
Baked Potato Bachelor 4 1 10 Potato (1)
Grilled Meat Bachelor 10 5 10 Cooking Grill Raw Meat (5)
Boiled Meat Bachelor 10 15 10 10 Cooking Pot Raw Meat (5), Boiled Water (1)
Corn Bread Bachelor 4 2 10 Cooking Pot Cornmeal (1), Boiled Water (1)
Bacon and Eggs Bachelor 36 18 10 Cooking Pot Raw Meat (5), Egg (2)
Steak and Potato Meal Grandma 50 25 20 Cooking Grill Raw Meat (5), Potato (2), Mushrooms (2), Animal Fat (1)
Meat Stew Grandma 50 25 20 20 Cooking Pot Raw Meat (5), Potato (2), Ear of Corn (2), Animal Fat (1), Boiled Water (1)
Vegetable Stew Grandma 31 15 20 20 Cooking Pot Potato (2), Ear of Corn (2), Mushrooms (2), Boiled Water (1)
Blueberry Pie Grandma 45 22 20 Cooking Pot Blueberries (5), Egg (1), Cornmeal (1), Animal Fat (1), Boiled Water (1)
Pumpkin Bread Grandma 12 6 20 Cooking Pot Pumpkin (1), Egg (1), Cornmeal (1), Boiled Water (1)
Pumpkin Pie Grandma 50 25 20 Cooking Pot Pumpkin (2), Egg (1), Cornmeal (1), Animal Fat (1), Boiled Water (1)
Pumpkin Cheesecake Grandma 42 21 20 +5% Bartering 5m Cooking Pot Pumpkin (1), Egg (1), Cornmeal (1), Animal Fat (1), Grain Alcohol (1)
Chili Dog Short Order Cook 53 30 30 Cooking Pot Can of Chili (1), Raw Meat (5), Corn Bread (1)
Fish Tacos Short Order Cook 46 40 30 Cooking Grill Can of Salmon (1), Cornmeal (2)
Hobo Stew Short Order Cook 64 32 20 30 Cooking Pot Rotting Flesh (10), Potato (2), Ear of Corn (2), Animal Fat (1), Boiled Water (1)
Sham Chowder Short Order Cook 53 80 30 +1 Fortitude 10m Cooking Pot Can of Sham (1), Potato (2), Ear of Corn (2), Boiled Water (1)
Tuna Fish Gravy Toast Army Cook 90 45 40 Cooking Pot Can of Tuna (1), Cornmeal (1), Corn Bread (2), Animal Fat (2), Can of Peas (1)
Shepards Pie Army Cook 104 52 40 Cooking Pot Lamb Rations (1), Can of Peas (1), Ear of Corn (1), Animal Fat (2), Potato (1)
Gumbo Stew Army Cook 112 56 20 40 Cooking Pot Large Beef Ration (1), Can of Peas (1), Can of Stock (1), Animal Fat (2), Boiled Water (1)
Spaghetti Army Cook 122 61 40 Cooking Pot Large Beef Ration (1), Can of Pasta (1), Mushrooms (1), Animal Fat (2), Boiled Water (1)

Early Game Tips[edit | edit source]

Mid to Late Game Tips[edit | edit source]

  • Some Canned Food can be used in cooking recipes but most cannot. Canned Foods offer 0% Food Poisoning so consume them before raw foods.
  • Establish a garden near bases to farm many vegetables and other plants needed for cooking recipes.
  • Crops need sunlight to grow. Placing Farm Plots indoors will not allow them to grow.
  • Advanced recipes give the most amount of food too so favor them over basic foods.


Notes[edit | edit source]

  • You are unable to drink any more if your Water Fullness is at the maximum.
  • You are unable to eat any more if your Food Fullness is at the maximum.

Eating/drinking more is now possible. Doing so will keep your food/water level full for longer.