Category:Ingredient

Ingredient

Name Description
 Abalathian Rock Salt Icon.png  
Abalathian Rock Salt
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Mined from veins found in Abalathia's Spine, this pinkish salt has a high mineral content which adds depth to its flavor.
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Ala Mhigan Mustard
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When dried and ground into a fine powder, this yellow-tinged spice can add quite the kick to any dish.
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Aldgoat Chuck
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A large, tender slab of meat taken from the shoulder of an aldgoat.
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Aldgoat Milk
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The thick, creamy milk of an aldgoat nanny.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Algae Salt
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A briny salt harvested by sun-drying then burning sea algae.
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Allagan Snail
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A giant snail believed to have been bred for consumption during the reign of the Great Allagan Empire.
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Alligator Pear
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A soft green fruit, also known as “Shroud butter.” Though not thought to be indigenous to Eorzea, it is not certain how the plant first came to the realm.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Almonds
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A tear-shaped nut which can be used to season exotic sweets, or pressed for its fragrant oil.
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Aloe
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A thick spiny-leaved cactus indigenous to the southern continent of Meracydia. The Miqo'te are known to treat severe burns with the cool gel-like substance found inside the leaves.
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Alpine Parsnip
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A long white root vegetable indigenous to the mountainous region of Coerthas.
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Ama Nori
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This edible seaweed can be consumed raw, or dried into paper-like squares and wrapped around sticky rice.
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Antelope Shank
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A tough piece of meat taken from the upper leg of an antelope.
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Apkallu Egg
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The large egg of a wild apkallu.
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Apricot
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A variety of stone fruit borne over from the Near East. Its orange flesh is at once sweet and tart.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Azim Strawberry
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A small, blood red fruit.
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Bamboo Shoot
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If removed from the ground when less than a fulm in length, bamboo shoots can be peeled and the fleshy interior eaten. A popular ingredient in Far Eastern stews and stir-fries.
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Beet Sugar
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A sweetener made by juicing sugar beets and then boiling the extract down until all the water has evaporated, leaving only a fine, grey powder.
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Birch Sap
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A thin clear sap harvested from birch trees.
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Birch Syrup
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Birch sap boiled down to a thick, sweet syrup.
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Black Pepper
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An aromatic spice used in cooking as well as pickling.
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Black Truffle
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A rare black mushroom that grows in the soil, rather than above it, making the specimen almost impossible to locate. It is treasured as a delicacy for its unique aroma.
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Blood Currants
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A tart red berry found growing throughout the Black Shroud.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Blood Orange
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A rare variety of orange grown in La Noscea, named for its unusual red flesh.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Blue Cheese
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This creamy, pungent cheese gets its distinct flavor from the thin layer of grey-blue mold growing upon it.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Bouillon Cube
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Animal broth that has been reduced down to a paste and hardened into cubes which will keep for an extended duration.
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Brown Mushroom
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An earthen fungus that can commonly be found sprouting beneath trees growing in the Churning Mists.
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Buckwheat Kernels
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A nutty grain that can be substituted for flour in breads and noodles. Found across the Three Great Continents, but grown in abundance in the heart of Gyr Abania.
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Buffalo Beans
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A common variety of green bean recognizable by its long thin pods. Buffalo are said to be fond of the beans, and have been known to eat entire crops if left unchecked.
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Buffalo Milk
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The smooth, light milk of a buffalo cow.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
 Buffalo Sirloin Icon.png  
Buffalo Sirloin
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A cut of tender, lean meat taken from the rear back of a buffalo.
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Button Mushroom
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A small white mushroom commonly found in moist areas across Eorzea.
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Canard Breast
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A tender piece of meat taken from the breast of a farm-fattened duck.
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Chanterelle
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An edible mushroom known for its leaf-like appearance as well as its fruit-like fragrance.
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Chicken Breast
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A tender piece of meat taken from the breast of a chicken.
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Chicken Egg
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The egg of a domesticated chicken.
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Chicken Stock
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A clear golden broth made by boiling chicken bones.
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Chives
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A thin green onion used in many Ishgardian dishes.
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Chysahl Greens
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Though nearly identical in shape and color to gysahl greens, chysahl greens have a deeper, earthier flavor that chocobos (and man) seem to prefer.
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Cider Vinegar
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A fruity vinegar made from fermenting faerie apples.
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Cieldalaes Spinach
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An iron-rich leafy vegetable native to the Cieldalaes.
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Cinderfoot Olive
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The seed of an olive tree, often preserved in brine or pressed to make oil.
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Cinnamon
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The sweet-smelling bark of the cinnamon tree is often dried and ground into a spice used to add flavor to confectionaries, though it is also commonly used in medicines.
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Clary Sage
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A fragrant herb used in medicines, perfumes, and cooking.
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Cloud Banana
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Though it resembles a tree, cloud bananas actually grow from an oversized herb. That does not, however, make them any less sweet.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Clove Oil
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Clove-infused cooking oil.
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Cloves
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A sweet-smelling spice made from the dried buds of the clove tree. It is used to flavor confectionaries, and as an essential oil.
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Cockatrice Thigh
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A lean slice of cockatrice meat good for flavorful broths.
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Coerthan Carrot
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A long orange root vegetable commonly grown in the rocky alpine soil of the Coerthas region.
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Coerthan Tea Leaves
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Considerably smaller than Thanalan tea leaves, more than double the amount of Ishgardian tea leaves are required to brew a single cup of tea.
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Coeurl Meat
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A bloody strip of extra-lean coeurl meat.
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Cooking Sake
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Far Eastern rice wine prepared with other ingredients for use in cooking. Often added to seafood dishes to remove unpleasant aromas.
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Cooking Sherry
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Fine Lominsan white wine fortified with grape spirit to increase alcohol content and improve its aroma, making it perfect for a variety of culinary dishes.
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Cornmeal
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Coarsely milled millioncorn.
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Cottage Cheese
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A creamy mixture of unripened cheese curds.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
 Cottonseed Oil Icon.png  
Cottonseed Oil
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Cooking oil pressed from ruby cotton seeds. Its high flash point and lack of odor make it ideal for deep-frying.
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Cream Cheese
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A smooth, buttery cheese made from cultured buffalo milk.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Crimson Pepper
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A pungent spice with just a hint of bitterness behind its bite.
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Crownbrush
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A fragrant herb most commonly found on the floating islands of the Diadem. Uses include the removal of unpleasant odors from boots, the removal of unpleasant odors from gauntlets, and the removal of unpleasant odors from codpieces.
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Cumin Seeds
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A pungent spice that can be used in seed form, or ground into a powder, enhancing the aroma tenfold.
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Cyclops Onion
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A giant yellow onion often found growing on Abalathia's Spine.
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Daikon Radish
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The spicy daikon radishes of Othard are known to grow as long and thick as a grown Hyur's forearm.
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Dalamud Nut
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The shell which encases this walnut is reminiscent of the (now fallen) lesser moon of its namesake.
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Dalamud Popoto
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Hailing also from the western continent, this cousin to the common popoto is lurid red in color.
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Dark Chestnut
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The spine-encased fruit of the dark chestnut tree.
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Dark Vinegar
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A high-quality distilled vinegar made from select lowland grapes.
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Desert Saffron
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This spice made from the dried styles of the desert saffron flower gives a bright-yellow color to dishes.
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Dhalmel Meat
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A gristle-filled slice of meat that will require extensive simmering for it to be rendered palatable.
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Dodo Egg
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The heavy egg of a wild dodo.
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Dodo Stuffing
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A mixture of dried bread, nuts, and fruit, blended with several savory spices.
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Dodo Tenderloin
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A lean piece of meat taken from under the short ribs of a dodo.
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Doman Eggplant
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While just as brilliantly purple, this Far Eastern cousin of the wizard eggplant is noticeably thinner, and thus requires less time to cook.
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Doman Rice
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A hardy hybrid of sweet, sticky rice perfected by Far Eastern farmers after countless generations of cross-pollination. Known in Yanxia as “Doman Sunrise.”
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Dragon Pepper
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A red-hot spice known to cause severe burns in the mouths of those who consume too many.
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Dravanian Paprika
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A rare pepper that is more sweet than it is spicy.
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Duck Bones
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It is an oft-forgotten fact that Frandelont Raimdelle, famed naturalist, father of modern taxonomy, and author of the Raimdelle Codex, tried multiple times (without success) to classify the common duck─most obviously a cloudkin─as a spoken, believing their incessant quackings to be a highly developed language beyond the comprehension of mankind.
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Duck Broth
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While this broth can be made by simply boiling down the bones of a duck, true culinarians make it a point to brown the bones before adding them to a mixture of savory vegetables and fresh spring water.
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Dzemael Tomato
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A rare crossbreed of ruby tomato developed and perfected by House Dzemael botanists.
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Dzo Chuck
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The unbearably tough shoulder meat of a steppe dzo.
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Dzo Sirloin
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A remarkably lean slice of red meat from the back of a steppe-grazing dzo.
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Eft Tail
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Sinewy meat taken from the tail of an eft.
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Emerald Beans
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A deep-green legume recently discovered growing on the floating islets above the Sea of Clouds.
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Faerie Apple
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A tart variety of apple commonly found growing in the cool mountain passes of Coerthas.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Fava Beans
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A large green legume harvested from the Azim Steppe.
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Fennel
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With an aroma similar to licorice, both the stalks and the seeds of this Othardian herb can be used to enhance the flavor of exotic Far Eastern dishes.
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Fermented Butter
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Slightly pungent butter allowed to ferment for several days after churning.
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Fibrous Melon
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A tough-looking specimen harvested from near Mol Iloh.
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Firm Tofu
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A traditional source of protein in the Far East, tofu is made from curdled soy bean extract.
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Fish Stock
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Broth created from boiling down the flesh and bones of various types of seafood.
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Furymint
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Named after the spear-like shape of its leaves, this variety of mint has a cooler, less biting flavor than its darker-leaved cousin peppermint.
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Gagana Egg
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The massive egg of a gagana.
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Galago Mint
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A leafy herb with a crisp, fragrant aroma. It is often used in cooking and in teas, as well as for its essential oil.
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Garlean Garlic
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A pungent spice used to flavor many different varieties of dishes. It is also thought to ward off vampiric bats, but there is no evidence to substantiate that claim.
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Gastornis Egg
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The hard-shelled egg of a gastornis.
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Gelatin
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A clear gelling agent extracted from animal skin and fish bones.
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Gem Algae
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A variety of algae found in the Ruby Sea, commonly harvested for its salt.
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Gil Bun
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This tiny round mushroom has a cap which resembles a coin, and is known for its rich flavor and pungent aroma.
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Golden Apple
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A mildly sweet apple with a tart aftertaste, this rare fruit is highly sought after amongst bakers.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Green Leek
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Similar to green onions in flavor, the leeks of Gyr Abania are several times thicker, and far more piquant.
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Gridanian Chestnut
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The seed of a chestnut tree, this savory nut is covered in a coat of prickly spikes.
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Gridanian Walnut
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The seed of a walnut tree, this fragrant nut is covered by a thin, fleshy outer shell and a hard inner shell.
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Gyr Abanian Carrot
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Gyr Abanian carrots are not only longer, but a far deeper orange─nay, crimson─than those grown in central and western Eorzea.
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Gyr Abanian Flour
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Finely milled Gyr Abanian wheat.
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Gyr Abanian Wheat
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A close cousin to highland wheat, Gyr Abanian wheat has been improved by Ala Mhigan farmers over generations to increase both flavor and yield.
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Heavenly Kukuru Powder
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A sweet, fragrant powder ground from high-quality kukuru beans imported from exotic lands at a great price. A delicacy only available to the Holy See's most privileged.
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Heavens Lemon
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Possibly due to the increased sunlight it receives growing above the clouds, heavens lemons lack the acidity of normal sun lemons.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Heavensegg
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A premium chicken's egg, named for its distinguishable shell tinged blue as the heavens.
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Heavensnut
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Some of Eorzea's more pious peasants believe the pattern of grooves found upon the shell of this otherwise ordinary walnut to be proof that a messenger of the heavens has blessed the fruit.
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Highland Flour
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Finely milled highland wheat. It has a rich, earthy aroma.
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Highland Oregano
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Due to its higher oil content, highland oregano is preferred over other breeds of oregano by apothecaries and perfumeries across Eorzea.
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Highland Parsley
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Oft used as a garnish in other dishes, this pungent vegetable grows in abundance in the mountainous region of upper La Noscea.
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Highland Wheat
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A variety of dark-colored wheat suited to the rocky soil, shorter days, and colder temperatures of the Coerthas highlands.
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Hollandaise Sauce
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A rich sauce created with butter, egg yolks, and a hint of lemon.
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Honey
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Bees make this sweet golden honey from the nectar of flowers.
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Honey Lemon
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This rare type of lemon native to the continent of Othard is so sweet, it can be eaten raw.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Honeydew Almonds
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A sweet variety of rare white almonds.
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Honeydew Honey
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Instead of from collecting pollen, this deep, flavorful variety of honey is made from bees collecting honeydew excreted by the aphids that gather on the flowers.
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Hornbill Tenderloin
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A lean piece of meat taken from under the short ribs of an Othardian hornbill.
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Iron Acorn
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The seed of an oak tree, this small nut is covered by an extremely hard outer shell.
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Jade Peas
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Sweet green beans recognizable by their thin, crescent-shaped pods.
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Jhammel Ginger
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Jhammel ginger's bulbous, aromatic roots can be sliced fresh and added to stews and seafood dishes to remove gaminess, ground and steeped in hot water to cure head colds, or dried and ground into a powder to use as a spice for breads and cookies.
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Jhammel Haunch
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Heavy salting and spicing are methods commonly employed to remove the oft overpowering gaminess of this beastkin flesh.
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Koshu Pork
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A dark-haired variety of swine bred on Hingashi's Koshu island. Its carefully selected diet is believed to render its meat tender and its fat flavorful.
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Koshu Sticky Rice
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Unlike the drier varieties common in Aldenard and Ilsabard, this particular strand of Far Eastern rice becomes extremely sticky when cooked.
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Kudzu Root
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The root of the quick-growing kudzu vine is dug up and processed into kudzu powder which serves as a substitute for animal-based gelatins in Far Eastern desserts. It also is believed to exhibit healing properties, and can be found in most Hingan and Doman apothecaries.
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Kukuru Bean
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This seed of the kukuru tree is the primary ingredient in chocolate.
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Kukuru Butter
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A thick oil extracted from kukuru beans. Used in making chocolate.
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Kukuru Powder
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Roasted kukuru beans ground into a fine powder. Used in making chocolate.
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La Noscean Leek
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A rare variety of leek, typically harvested young for a milder flavor.
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La Noscean Lettuce
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A crisp leafy vegetable native to the plains of La Noscea.
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La Noscean Orange
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A sweet citrus fruit known to thrive in the temperate climate of lower La Noscea.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Lalafellin Lentil
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Thin round beans resembling tiny convex lenses. Thought to have been introduced to Eorzea by the realm's first Lalafellin settlers.
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Laurel
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A savory spice made from the dried leaves of the laurel bush, or as it is known by some, the yanny bush.
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Lava Toad
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This giant red toad, native to the swamps of Vylbrand but now found throughout Aldenard, earns its name from the red firerock which once spewed forth from the now-dormant volcano, O'Ghomoro.
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Lavender Oil
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Lavender-infused cooking oil.
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Loaghtan Chump
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A marbled piece of meat taken from the rump of a loaghtan where the leg meets the loin.
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Loaghtan Fillet
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Taken from the upper loin of a domesticated loaghtan, this meat is tender enough that it does not require any preparation before cooking.
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Loquat
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A sweet yet slightly tangy fruit with a thin skin and a fleshy orange interior. Can be found in the warmer valleys of Gyr Abania.
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Lotus Root
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Though they appear solid from the outside, the cylindrical root nodules of the lotus flower are riddled with holes, possibly to accommodate for the water-logged environments in which the plant grows.
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Lover's Laurel
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A highly fragrant variety of laurel named for the goddess of the moon, Menphina.
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Lowland Grapes
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A semisweet variety of grape which has adapted to the volcanic soil abundant on Vylbrand.
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Magma Beet
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A sweet, easy-to-grow tuber native to Abalathia's Spine, these deep-red beets are a staple in Ishgardian culinary culture.
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Maiden Artichoke
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The leaf-like bud of an artichoke plant. Due to the roughness of its petals, only the fleshy lower portions can be consumed, as well as the center of the bud, commonly known as the “heart.”
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Maple Sugar
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Crystallized sugar made from boiling down maple syrup.
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Maple Syrup
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A sweet, dark liquid made by boiling down maple sap.
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Marjoram
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A sweet-smelling herb used in cooking and in medicines.
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Marmot Meat
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A tiny skinned marmot.
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Mature Olive Oil
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A rich-tasting oil produced with pressed olives at the peak of ripeness.
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Megalocrab Leg
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A fat megalocrab leg, bursting with sweet, juicy meat.
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Midland Basil
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A fragrant herb used to flavor various meat and poultry dishes.
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Midland Cabbage
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A round leafy vegetable which prefers the steady climate of the Black Shroud.
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Millioncorn
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Hundreds of sweet yellow kernels adorn each cob of this vegetable native to the recently discovered New World.
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Mineral Water
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Clear water taken from a mountain spring near Ishgard.
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Mirror Apple
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A sweet yet sour variety of apples native to Coerthas. When polished, the skins become so shiny it is said one can see their own reflection in them.
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Mole Meat
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A fist-sized chunk of lean, bloody meat cleanly sliced from the carcass of a pesky mole.
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Moon Nut
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The ghostly white shell which encases this walnut is reminiscent of the celestial body of its namesake.
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Morel
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This rare mushroom with an oblong webbed cap is highly sought after by culinarians the realm over.
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Mountain Popoto
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Crisp mountain popotoes contain high quantities of starch that create a viscous paste when the tubers are ground. This paste can be eaten raw, fried into cakes, or added to stews for thickening.
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Mugwort
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The young leaves of the mugwort plant are used not only as a spice in cooking, but also as a curative agent in various unguents.
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Mutton Loin
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A lean cut of meat taken from below a sheep's rib cage.
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Nanoriso
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This light brown seaweed with spiked “leaves” is quite common in the seas off Hingashi, and collected and dried for use in cuisine.
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Night Milk
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Rich and creamy buffalo milk harvested immediately before the beast falls asleep.
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Noble Grapes
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Lowland grapes crossbred over generations to produce maximum sweetness. Their bitter skin makes them unsuitable for eating off the vine, and they are better consumed as juice or wine.
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Noble Sage
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A fragrant herb used in medicines, perfumes, and cooking. Its deep blue flowers set it apart from its cousin, clary sage.
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Nopales
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An edible oval-leaved cactus brought back by explorers of the New World.
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Nutmeg
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A sweet-smelling seed that is ground into a powder and used to flavor pastries and tea. It is also widely used in Far Eastern medicines.
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Ogre Pumpkin
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A bright-orange squash which sweetens in flavor when cooked.
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Okeanis Egg
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The soft-shelled, slime-covered, ever-so-slightly warm egg of an okeanis.
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Okeanis Tail
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When skinned, this slice of serpent-like meat almost appears edible.
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Old World Fig
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A symbol of long life and femininity, this autumn fruit was originally brought from their homeland to Eorzea by the Sharlayans.
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Olive Oil
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A fragrant light-green oil extracted from pressed olives.
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Oriental Miso Paste
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Similar to Mun-Tuy paste, this Far Eastern seasoning is made by fermenting soybeans in salt.
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Oriental Soy Sauce
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Similar to Mun-Tuy sauce, this Far Eastern seasoning is made by fermenting soybeans in salt and then pressing the beans to collect the remaining savory liquid.
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Orobon Liver
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The soft liver of a deepwater orobon.
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Othardian Plum
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A greenish-pink plum common across the eastern continent of Othard.
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Pagos Sage
A fragrant herb that can be used medicinally or to add a pleasant flavor to cuisine. The variety found in Pagos is notably crisp and hearty.
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Paprika
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A pepper which can be dried and ground to make a mild red spice. It is often used in medicines, as well as in cooking.
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Pearl Ginger
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An exotic root vegetable native to the Far East that is often dried, ground, and used in cooking as well as in the creation of medicines.
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Pearl Sprouts
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Tiny cabbage-like vegetables native to the highlands of Coerthas.
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Persimmon
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A hard, orange fruit common in eastern Othard. It is well known that seven summers must pass before a newly planted persimmon tree will bear fruit.
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Pie Dough
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Simple pie dough made of flour and butter.
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Pixie Plums
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A tart fruit commonly grown in mountain orchards in the Coerthas region.
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Popoto
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A starchy tuberous vegetable originally introduced to Eorzea by explorers from the distant western continent.
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Porcini
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A large fragrant mushroom popular in Coerthan cuisine.
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Powdered Sugar
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Sweet, snow-like sugar, perfect for dusting Starlight Celebration sweets.
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Prickly Pineapple
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A sweet and tangy fruit covered in a thick, spike-laden skin.
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Puk Egg
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The lightweight egg of a puk.
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Ramhorn Zucchini
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This long, thin variety of squash earns its name from its resemblance to the horn of a mountain ram.
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Raptor Shank
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An extra-lean, tough piece of meat taken from the leg of a raptor.
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Ratstool
The underdeveloped “sporeling” of a myconid. Popular myth has that rats will use the chair-shaped fungus as a place to rest.
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Reishi Mushroom
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This rare mushroom is known for its high nutritive content...and not much else.
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Rice Vinegar
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One of Far Eastern cuisine's five main seasonings, rice vinegar is slightly more sweet and mild than Aldenard's vinegars of popoto or apple.
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Rich Tomato Relish
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A zesty Near Eastern relish made by stewing tomatoes with select spices and seasoning. An extra turn of the sun over a cookfire has boiled off excess water, leaving a remarkably rich reduction sure to titillate the tongue.
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Ripe Steppe Fruit
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This fruit's bright orange color speaks to its ripeness...if it is indeed the type of fruit that turns orange when ripe.
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Roasted Coffee Beans
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Seeds harvested from the coffee plants which grow in volcanic mountainous soils, and then slow-roasted over an indirect flame for several bells to remove bitterness and bring out flavor.
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Rolanberry
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A tart fruit─one of few still found growing in the devastated region of Mor Dhona.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Rolanberry Cheese
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Cream cheese blended with tart dried rolanberries.
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Royal Kukuru Bean
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A king among kukuru bean varieties, prized for its high nutritional value.
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Ruby Tide Kelp
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A distant cousin of malm kelp, Ruby Tide kelp is harvested and dried in the sun to enhance flavor. Squares of the seaweed are cut and steeped in boiling water to create one of the savory broths used in Hingan cuisine.
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Ruby Tomato
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Though many botanists claim this tangy blood red specimen is more closely related to a fruit than a vegetable, it is widely accepted across Eorzea as the latter.
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Rye
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A dark variety of rye grass commonly found growing in the higher elevations of Mor Dhona and Coerthas.
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Rye Flour
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Coarsely milled rye.
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Sagolii Sage
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A savory herb often found growing in parched desert environments. It is used in cooking and various medicinal ointments and unguents.
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Salamander Tail
Sinewy meat taken from the tail of a salamander.
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Salt Leek
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A long, pungent, leafy vegetable that lacks a bulb like that of its cousin, the onion.
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Secret Recipe Broth
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A clear, briny broth made by boiling down fish. There really is no secret.
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Sesame Seeds
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A tiny seed rich in aromatic oil, sesame is native to Meracydia, and thought to have first been brought to Eorzea by migrating Miqo'te.
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Shiitake Mushroom
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These fungi native to the Far East are rarely eaten raw, the majority of those harvested dried, then used to make soup stock.
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Shriekshroom
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The underdeveloped sporeling of a funguar.
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Smoked Bacon
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A large side of boar, cured and then smoked. It is widely accepted across Eorzea that “everything goes better” with this flavorful meat.
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Smooth Butter
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A smooth, fatty cream made by churning buffalo milk.
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Snurbleberry
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This sweet, yet tart red berry is covered in tiny soft hairs that can be removed by lightly rubbing the fruit between one's palms.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Solstice Garlic
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Favored by chefs for leaving one's breath scant of odor after a meal, this zesty garlic is often used in gourmet dishes.
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Sour Cream
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A thick cream created by fermenting yak milk.
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Sour Red
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Made from lowland grapes grown on arid soil, this vinegary wine is more suited to cooking than it is to drinking (though that does little to stop most Lominsan pirates from drowning their sorrows in the phenolic seepage).
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Soybeans
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These emerald legumes grow two to three beans per pod on stout bushes that are ready for harvest in the early fall. The beans are most often pressed into the milk which is used to make tofu, or fermented into various savory pastes and sauces.
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Spicy Tomato Relish
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A zesty Near Eastern relish made by stewing tomatoes with select spices and seasoning.
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Sprig of Mist Dill
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A fragrant herb characterized by its thin leaves. It is used in both medicines and culinary dishes.
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Star Anise
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Originating from the Far East, this fragrant spice is shaped like eight-pointed stars.
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Steppe Candyfruit
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Do not let its unusual coloring fool you, this steppe delicacy is worth the effort finding one.
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Steppe Milk
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Compared to that of an aldgoat, marid, or deathmouse, the milk of a steppe dzo is high in fat and flavor.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Steppe Onion
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A common and easily recognizable vegetable found growing wild on the Azim Steppe.
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Steppe Radish
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An Azim Steppe root vegetable known for its unforgiving bite.
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Steppe Rock Salt
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Salt naturally occurring on the Azim Steppe.
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Steppe Tea Leaves
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Tannin-rich tea leaves sourced from the Azim Steppe.
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Sticky Rice
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This grain is imported from a land far to the east. When cooked, it has a consistency slightly more glutinous than normal rice.
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Stone Cheese
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Gas which forms during the fermentation process creates hollow bubbles throughout this otherwise hard, flavorful cheese.
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Sugar Beet
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These tubers can be several times sweeter than most fruit, and as such are commonly processed into sugar for sweetening cakes and other confections.
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Sun Cabbage
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The sweet, tightly packed leaves of Othardian sun cabbages are deceptively sweet, making them perfect in salads or stews.
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Sun Lemon
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A sour citrus fruit indigenous to the Near East.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Sunflower Seeds
The fruit of a sunflower, this small seed is covered by a thin black shell.
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Sunset Wheat
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A common variety of golden-brown wheat eaten as a staple in many of Eorzea's city-states.
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Sunset Wheat Flour
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Finely milled sunset wheat.
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Sweet Cream
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The butterfat-rich layer skimmed off of buffalo milk. Widely used in confectionaries.
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Sweet Cream Milk
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Fat-rich milk taken from buffaloes raised in a controlled, stress-free environment.
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Table Salt
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Finely ground salt used not only for flavoring foods, but for pickling and preserving as well.
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Tea Brick
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The fermenting of tea leaves is common practice in the Far East where tea is consumed multiple times a day. Fermentation is thought to enhance flavor while dulling the leaves' natural bitterness. Fermented leaves are pressed into bricks to save space when shipping.
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Thanalan Tea Leaves
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These leaves, when dried and steeped in hot water, create a sweet-smelling tea known for its curative properties.
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Thyme
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A fragrant herb used to flavor various meat and poultry dishes.
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Tomato Sauce
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A tangy sauce made from crushed tomatoes.
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Tree Toad
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A giant green toad found in nearly all of the lakes and swamps of Aldenard.
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Vanilla Beans
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A sweet-smelling spice made from the dried pod of the rare vanilla plant. It is often used in the making confectionaries as well as medicines.
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Vermicelli
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Thin noodles made with highland flour, eggs, water, and salt. These have been dried and will keep indefinitely.
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Vintage Cooking Sherry
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Fine Lominsan white wine fortified with grape spirit and allowed to mature to the point of perfection, though the flavor may be too strong for weaker palates.
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Void Nut
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Some of Eorzea's more superstitious smallfolk believe the pattern of grooves found upon the shell of this otherwise ordinary walnut to be proof that an evil voidsent has possessed the poor fruit.
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Walker's Popoto
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A variety of popoto bred by a botanist named Walker to withstand the harsh winds and rocky soil of southern La Noscea.
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White Truffle
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A rare white mushroom that grows in the soil, rather than above it, making the specimen almost impossible to locate. It is treasured as a delicacy for its unique aroma.
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Wild Onion
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A pungent bulb vegetable native to the Near East.
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Wild Popoto
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Allowed to grow unchecked in the wild, it only took a matter of generations for this transplant from the New World to become decidedly different than its farm-grown cousins.
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Wizard Eggplant
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A firm purple-skinned vegetable indigenous to the mountains of the Near East. A common wives' tale claims if you eat too many of this vegetable, you will turn into one.
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Yak Milk
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The unique flavor of yak milk can be somewhat off-putting to those raised on cow or aldgoat milk.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
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Yanxian Verbena
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A hearty plant that can proliferate on nearly any surface, including tree trunks. Its leaves release a pleasant scent when touched.
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Young Cieldalaes Spinach
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This bunch of Cieldalaes spinach has been picked young to reduce bitterness.
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Young Dodo Roaster
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A whole young dodo, small enough to fit in most conventional household ovens.

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