|Weight||up to 1.00 kg|
|Calories||up to 900 cal|
|Energy density||900 cal/kg|
|“|| Flesh from a deer. Cook to eat safely.|
Raw Venison can be harvested from a dead Deer.
A deer carcass will contain between 8.0 and 10.0 kg of venison. Frozen, pre-spawned carcasses never contain more than 2.0 kg of meat.
Raw venison contains more calories than cooked venison, but consuming raw meat carries a very high risk of food poisoning. Low condition meat can be made more fit for consumption by cooking, which will add 50% to the item's condition as well as greatly reducing the risk of food poisoning.
- no tools required
|Food and drink|
|Food||Beef jerky • Candy bar • Cat tail stalk • Condensed milk • Dog food • Energy bar • Granola bar • Military-Grade MRE • Peanut butter • Pinnacle peaches • Pork and beans • Salty crackers • Tin of sardines • Tomato soup
Rabbit (raw, cooked) • Venison (raw, cooked) • Wolf Meat (raw, cooked) • Black bear meat
Coho Salmon (raw, cooked) • Lake Whitefish (raw, cooked) • Rainbow Trout (raw, cooked) • Smallmouth Bass (raw, cooked)
|Drink||Cup of coffee • Cup of herbal tea • Orange soda • Reishi tea • Rose hip tea • Stacy's grape soda • Summit soda • Water (unsafe, potable)|
|Ingredients||Reishi mushroom • Rose hip • Herbal tea • Tin of coffee|