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cooking Cooking Ingredients - Quality


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Recently scrolling through the suggestion posts i came across the comment,

"If there was an incentive to use high price fish for cooking, by example scale cooking results dependent of quality of fish" by Le_Flemard in the suggestion. "Can we have market price locks removed?"

I thought it was a rather good point as there are a heap of high quality dried fish that nobody buys because of the prices on them with rather small uses for them.

-the suggestion is simple put it that when we use high quality meat ingredients like fish, that it acts like crops such as "Special Wheat" which counts as 5 or so of the ingredient. or that the item that gets cooked is of a higher grade.

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I think it would be simpler to state that if an item is "processed" that it becomes a standardized state.  

There should only be Wheat Flour.

Never Wheat Flour, High Quality Wheat Flour, and Special Wheat Flour.

(before anyone comments I know that those examples don't exist)

I am merely stating that you can have unique and special levels of Raw materials, but after initial processing they should all be standardized.  This would simplify confusion and make it easier to understand recipes and crafting.

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I am merely stating that you can have unique and special levels of Raw materials, but after initial processing they should all be standardized.  This would simplify confusion and make it easier to understand recipes and crafting.

i understand that i'm just suggesting that say a Dried Grunt be worth more for recipes than a Dried Sandeel

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They're already useful in recipes:

1 fresh white => 2 dried white => 1 dried green

1 fresh green => 4 dried white => 2 dried green => 1 dried blue

 

Only thing I want is that once the fish is dried they retain their coloured borders for ease of reference, so you can see their quality without having to remember every fish. Like when you're purchasing off the market place for example.

(I was going to make a separate suggestion post for this but it seemed appropriate in here)

 

 

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perhaps a generic "dried fish" category would be relevant?

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perhaps a generic "dried fish" category would be relevant?

Your suggestion nullifies the value of the fish in cooking recipes. The same system that all other items with the white, green, blue quality standards use.

If you were to dry a fish in real life, it doesn't devalue the quality of the fish which is what you're asking for in the name of simplification.

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not really, a higher quality just produces more. for less.   now if you used the fresh fish it would be different.

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not really, a higher quality just produces more. for less.   now if you used the fresh fish it would be different.

So what your saying is once you dry a fish it simply becomes "Dried Fish" while retaining it's quality (white/green/blue). Again, this is simplifying the current system when there is a use for dried fish varieties. Dried fish is currently used in trading by making boxes of them in houses. The value of these trade boxes is directly related to the individual type of dried fish.

 

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I appoligise, what I mean to say more "specifically" is that there should be an option to convert a fish into it's relative worth of dry fish.  Think processed meats.   Where as you could still retain a fish for the purposes of trade boxes.  Which in my experience are grossly underpriced.  Unless I'm missing something.

This is where a large green, blue or other high level would become more "dried fish" as a generic stackable instead of a limited named.

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