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Home Guide The Sims Medieval - Lessons in capsule form - Food
The Sims Medieval - Lessons in capsule form - Food PDF Print
Written by CriCri Wednesday, 02 March 2011 00:00
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Food

Only one day and The Sims Medieval will be available: why don't we celebrate with a Medieval lunch?
Although the cheapest and easiest meal is soup, the game allows you to cook many delicious recipes combining several ingredients.
Forget about home deliveries, they will be invented only in a few centuries!
If you want to prepare something speciale for your family, you can go grocery shopping at the market or get the ingredients on your own going hunting or fishing.
The most common meats are boar, bear and whale.
Food can be cooked in the oven, on a spit or in a cauldron, all things you can find in Furnish mode.
The spit is good to grill meat, the over is perfect for bread and pies. The caulderon is great for soups and stews.
By clicking on these items, you can choose the option "Prepare meal" and see the list of recipes available and the ingredients needed.
Food can be collected in your inventory for a quick snack. Be careful: don't forget it as it can get rotten and make your Sim sick. Meals can be also stored in a cupboard, and will not spoil.
A side note: Sims eat with their own hands!

The article is now finished. The game is going to be on the shelf tomorrow and you'll be able to try this incredible new chapter of the Sims!

Have fun!

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Last Updated on Thursday, 24 March 2011 12:17