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One benefit to using a Range is that these appliances offer a lower burn rate than that of a Fire. While meat, fish and stews can all be cooked over a Fire, most other items including bread, pizza and pie must be cooked on a Range. To cook an item, simply "use" the raw food with a Fire or Range. If you are carrying multiple pieces of the same food, a cooking dialog will appear allowing you to select how many of a given food you would like to cook. After selecting how many you would like to cook, click on the picture of the food and you will begin cooking them, one at a time. By default, you will cook all of the selected item in your inventory.
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Grown using the Farming skill How to Brew To brew, you will need to obtain barley and a pot of ale yeast. The barley can be bought from the Farming shop north of Port Sarim, while the pot of ale yeast can be bought from the local brewers. Main Ingredient Add two buckets of water to a fermenting vat. Add two lots of barley malt this is made by using barley on a Cooking range to the fermenting vat. Add the main ingredient to the fermenting vat. Lastly, add a pot of ale yeast.
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Collect the completed ale using 8 beer glasses or 2 calquat kegs Making the mush This is done by using the Apple Barrel found near the Fermenting vats. Add cooking apples to the barrel this must be done in sets of 4 to crush the apples. To make cider the player will need 4 buckets of mush, requiring a total of 16 cooking apples overall.
If you are just starting out in Cooking, you may want to visit Roddeck the Advisor to learn more about the basics. The minimap shows that he is located in the building to the east of the Lumbridge General Store. One is to get your hatchet out of the bank, chop some trees and light the logs with a tinderbox to cook your food on a fire.