|Weight||up to 1.00 kg|
|Calories||up to 800 cal|
|Energy density||800 cal/kg|
|“|| Cooked flesh from a deer.|
Cooked venison contains 100 fewer calories than raw venison, but carries a much lower risk of food poisoning. Once cooked, raw meat will have 50% added to its condition, but will continue to decay over time. Cooked meat weighs the same as when raw but decays significantly slower than its raw counterpart.
Lower food condition will greatly increase the the risk of food poisoning, so it is most wise to consume meat at no less than 50% condition.
Cook over active fire for 20 minutes:
- Venison (raw)
- 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|