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  1. A Tinnery where vegetables are preserved into tin cans. Due to processing, you will get more food quantity and value out than what you put in. The Vegetable Tinnery uses Tin and any of the following vegetables to make Tinned Vegetables: Beans, Broccoli, Eggplant, Cabbage, Peppers, Beetroots, Sugar Beets, Carrots, Cucumbers, Peas, Radishes, Spinach, Lettuce, Olives, or Chilies. The four tinneries have been designed so they can be placed side by side or separately. Size 5 by 5 Construction Requirements: 55 lumber, 2 building supplies, 10 tin, 60 work. Profession: Tinnery Worker Number of Workers: 3 maximum. View full article
  2. The red Dairy Parlour can be attached to the Milking Barn or built on its own. Butter, Cream, and Cheese are made here from Milk. Since Butter, Cream and Cheese are such a good foods and it's fun to watch them being made, this building increases happiness of those lucky enough to live near it. Footprint Profession Workers Max/Default Happiness Type/Radius 8 x 3 Dairyman 3/2 Health/20 Construction Requirements: Work Required 60 Logs 60 ITEMS PRODUCED Cheese, Cream and Butter Work Required = 13; Work Time = 4
  3. The large red Milking Barn produces milk and occasionally leather. You do not need to buy cows for this barn; instead, you will need Domesticated Animals to build it. Everyone likes watching the cows being milked and since Milk is such a good food, this building increases happiness of those lucky enough to live near it. Footprint Profession Workers Max/Default Happiness Type/Radius 8 x 9 Herdsman 4/2 Health/20 Construction Requirements: Work Required 60 Logs 12 Domesticated Animals 60 ITEMS PRODUCED Milk and Leather. The ratio is about 26 Milk for every 1 Leather. Work Time = 5 and Work Required = 5.
  4. The humble Bakery – where powder covered Bakers toil in front of hot ovens creating delicious baked products for your people to eat. The food they make in their recipes is much healthier than just eating raw food from the harvest, and also becomes more abundant than just the raw ingredients. The wonderful smell of baking goods increases the happiness of those living near the Bakery. Newly designed for CC 1.7; the previous Bakery models are still available under Themed Sets > Old Buildings. Footprint Profession Workers Max/Default Happiness Type/Radius 5 x 6 Baker 2/1 Goods/20 Construction Requirements: Work Required 60 Logs 40 Stone 60 ITEMS PRODUCED 20 Hardtack from 5 Flour 40 Bread from 5 Flour + 10 Butter 40 Cheese Bread from 15 Flour + 10 Cheese 40 Fruitcakes from 15 Flour + 12 Apricots 40 Nut Bread from 15 Flour + 12 Walnuts 40 Sugar Cookies from 15 Flour + 10 Sugar Work Time = 8; Work Required = 10
  5. The red Dairy Parlour can be attached to the Milking Barn or built on its own. Butter, Cream, and Cheese are made here from Milk. Since Butter, Cream and Cheese are such a good foods and it's fun to watch them being made, this building increases happiness of those lucky enough to live near it. Footprint Profession Workers Max/Default Happiness Type/Radius 8 x 3 Dairyman 3/2 Health/20 Construction Requirements: Work Required 60 Logs 60 ITEMS PRODUCED Cheese, Cream and Butter Work Required = 13; Work Time = 4 View full article
  6. A Dairy is where Milk produced by Friesian Cows is converted into Cheese, Butter and Cream. All three products get made automatically by the Dairyman when Milk is available, and can then be used directly as food, or as an input product for the Bakery. Size 8 by 8 Construction Requirements: 60 Logs, 14 Stone and 60 Work. Profession: Dairyman Number: default 1; 2 max
  7. The large red Milking Barn produces milk and occasionally leather. You do not need to buy cows for this barn; instead, you will need Domesticated Animals to build it. Everyone likes watching the cows being milked and since Milk is such a good food, this building increases happiness of those lucky enough to live near it. Footprint Profession Workers Max/Default Happiness Type/Radius 8 x 9 Herdsman 4/2 Health/20 Construction Requirements: Work Required 60 Logs 12 Domesticated Animals 60 ITEMS PRODUCED Milk and Leather. The ratio is about 26 Milk for every 1 Leather. Work Time = 5 and Work Required = 5. View full article
  8. The humble Bakery – where powder covered Bakers toil in front of hot ovens creating delicious baked products for your people to eat. The food they make in their recipes is much healthier than just eating raw food from the harvest, and also becomes more abundant than just the raw ingredients. The wonderful smell of baking goods increases the happiness of those living near the Bakery. Newly designed for CC 1.7; the previous Bakery models are still available under Themed Sets > Old Buildings. Footprint Profession Workers Max/Default Happiness Type/Radius 5 x 6 Baker 2/1 Goods/20 Construction Requirements: Work Required 60 Logs 40 Stone 60 ITEMS PRODUCED 20 Hardtack from 5 Flour 40 Bread from 5 Flour + 10 Butter 40 Cheese Bread from 15 Flour + 10 Cheese 40 Fruitcakes from 15 Flour + 12 Apricots 40 Nut Bread from 15 Flour + 12 Walnuts 40 Sugar Cookies from 15 Flour + 10 Sugar Work Time = 8; Work Required = 10 View full article
  9. The Old Bakery is the model prior to CC1.7. It uses Flour and other goods to make higher value foods that make people more healthy. This model is still available under Themed Sets > Old Buildings. Products: Hardtack made with Flour only Bread made with Flour + Butter Cheese Bread made with Flour + Cheese Nut Bread made with Flour + Walnuts Fruitcake made with Flour + Apricots Sugar Cookies made with Flour + refined Sugar To build: 60 logs, 40 stone, work 60. Size: 7 by 7 Profession: Baker Number: up to 2 Work time: 80
  10. A Dairy is where Milk produced by Friesian Cows is converted into Cheese, Butter and Cream. All three products get made automatically by the Dairyman when Milk is available, and can then be used directly as food, or as an input product for the Bakery. Size 8 by 8 Construction Requirements: 60 Logs, 14 Stone and 60 Work. Profession: Dairyman Number: default 1; 2 max View full article
  11. A Tinnery where soup is preserved into tin cans. Due to processing, you will get more food quantity and value out than what you put in. The Soup Tinnery uses Tin and any of the following to make Tinned Soup: Tomatoes, Mushrooms, Onions, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Roots, Leek, Chickpeas, Parsnips, Turnips, Soybeans, Kale, Ginger, Corn, Wheat, Barley, Sorghum, Oats or Rye. No matter what is used, Tinned Soup counts as a grain. The four tinneries have been designed so you can place them side by side or separately. Size: 5 by 5 Construction Requirements: 55 lumber, 2 building supplies, 10 tin, 60 work Profession: Tinnery Worker Number of Workers: 3 maximum
  12. A Tinnery where soup is preserved into tin cans. Due to processing, you will get more food quantity and value out than what you put in. The Soup Tinnery uses Tin and any of the following to make Tinned Soup: Tomatoes, Mushrooms, Onions, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Roots, Leek, Chickpeas, Parsnips, Turnips, Soybeans, Kale, Ginger, Corn, Wheat, Barley, Sorghum, Oats or Rye. No matter what is used, Tinned Soup counts as a grain. The four tinneries have been designed so you can place them side by side or separately. Size: 5 by 5 Construction Requirements: 55 lumber, 2 building supplies, 10 tin, 60 work Profession: Tinnery Worker Number of Workers: 3 maximum View full article
  13. A Tinnery where fruit is preserved into tin cans. Due to processing, you will get more food quantity and value out than what you put in. The Fruit Tinnery uses Tin and any of the following fruits to make Tinned Fruit: Pears, Apples, Blueberries, Cherries, Peaches, Plums, Apricots, Blackberries, Figs, Grapes, Quinces, Raspberries, Red Mulberries, Rockmelon, Strawberries or Watermelon. The four tinneries have been designed so they can be placed side by side or separately. Size: 5 by 5 Construction Requirements: 55 lumber, 2 building supplies, 10 tin, 60 work. Profession: Tinnery Worker Number of Workers: 3 maximum
  14. A Tinnery where fruit is preserved into tin cans. Due to processing, you will get more food quantity and value out than what you put in. The Fruit Tinnery uses Tin and any of the following fruits to make Tinned Fruit: Pears, Apples, Blueberries, Cherries, Peaches, Plums, Apricots, Blackberries, Figs, Grapes, Quinces, Raspberries, Red Mulberries, Rockmelon, Strawberries or Watermelon. The four tinneries have been designed so they can be placed side by side or separately. Size: 5 by 5 Construction Requirements: 55 lumber, 2 building supplies, 10 tin, 60 work. Profession: Tinnery Worker Number of Workers: 3 maximum View full article
  15. A Tinnery where vegetables are preserved into tin cans. Due to processing, you will get more food quantity and value out than what you put in. The Vegetable Tinnery uses Tin and any of the following vegetables to make Tinned Vegetables: Broccoli, Eggplant, Cabbage, Peppers, Beetroots, Sugar Beets, Carrots, Cucumbers, Peas, Radishes, Spinach, Lettuce, Olives, or Chilies. The four tinneries have been designed so they can be placed side by side or separately. Size 5 by 5 Construction Requirements: 55 lumber, 2 building supplies, 10 tin, 60 work. Profession: Tinnery Worker Number of Workers: 3 maximum.
  16. A Tinnery where meat is preserved into tin cans. Due to processing, you will get more food quantity and value out than what you put in. The Meat Tinnery uses Tin and any kind of the following kinds of meat or fish to make Tinned Meat: Fish, Beef, Mutton, Venison, Chicken Meat, Duck Meat, Charki, Cheval, Pork, Seal Meat or Oysters. The four tinneries have been designed so you can place them side by side or separately. Size 5 by 5 Construction Requirements: 55 lumber, 2 building supplies, 10 tin, 60 work Profession: Tinnery Worker Number of Workers: 3 maximum
  17. A Tinnery where meat is preserved into tin cans. Due to processing, you will get more food quantity and value out than what you put in. The Meat Tinnery uses Tin and any kind of the following kinds of meat or fish to make Tinned Meat: Fish, Beef, Mutton, Venison, Chicken Meat, Duck Meat, Charki, Cheval, Pork, Seal Meat or Oysters. The four tinneries have been designed so you can place them side by side or separately. Size 5 by 5 Construction Requirements: 55 lumber, 2 building supplies, 10 tin, 60 work Profession: Tinnery Worker Number of Workers: 3 maximum View full article
  18. A Saltinghouse preserves a variety of fresh foods. PRODUCTS For every product listed below, the Saltinghouse uses Salt from the Saltworks or Stone & Salt Mine and Barrels from the Cooper: Corned Beef requires Beef Cuts Salted Pork requires Pork Cuts Corned Bison requires Bison Cuts Cured Venison requires Venison Cuts Corned Cheval requires Cheval Cuts Corned Charki requires Charki Cuts Haggis requires Mutton Cuts and Onions Brined Cheese requires Cheese Surstromming requires Fish Size: 7 by 6 Construction Requirements: 10 Logs, 30 Stone, and 30 Lumber, plus 75 Work Profession: Preservist Maximum Workers: 2
  19. A Saltinghouse preserves a variety of fresh foods. PRODUCTS For every product listed below, the Saltinghouse uses Salt from the Saltworks or Stone & Salt Mine and Barrels from the Cooper: Corned Beef requires Beef Cuts Salted Pork requires Pork Cuts Corned Bison requires Bison Cuts Cured Venison requires Venison Cuts Corned Cheval requires Cheval Cuts Corned Charki requires Charki Cuts Haggis requires Mutton Cuts and Onions Brined Cheese requires Cheese Surstromming requires Fish Size: 7 by 6 Construction Requirements: 10 Logs, 30 Stone, and 30 Lumber, plus 75 Work Profession: Preservist Maximum Workers: 2 View full article
  20. The Sugar House makes Sugar or Maple Syrup from Sugar Cane, Sugar Beets or Maple Syrup from Maple Sap Uses for Sugar: The Bakery makes Sugar Cookies using Sugar + Flour The Preservist makes Fruit Jam using Sugar + Glassware + one of the following fruits: Apples, Blueberries, Strawberries, Quinces, Red Mulberries or Blackberries Size: 6 by 7 Construction Requirements: 20 Stone and 40 Lumber, plus 75 Work Profession: Maximum Workers: 2
  21. The Preservist makes a variety of jams, pickles and potted foods. PRODUCTS: Fruit Jam: requires Sugar from a Sugar House, Glassware from the Glassworks and any one of the following fruits: Apples, Blueberries, Strawberries, Quinces, Red Mulberries or Blackberries. Pickled Vegetables: need Spirits from a Distillery, Glassware from the Glassworks, and any one of the following vegetables: Cucumbers, Onions, Beetroots, Radishes or Peppers. Pickled Eggs: need Glassware from the Glassworks, Salt from the Saltworks or Stone & Salt Mine, and Eggs Potted Meats: need Pottery from the Potter, Salt from the Saltworks or Stone & Salt Mine, and either Chicken meat or Duck Meat. Size: 8 by 6 Construction Requirements: 24 Stone, 40 Lumber and 1 Building Supply, with 60 Work. Profession: Preservist Maximum Workers: 2
  22. The Preservist makes a variety of jams, pickles and potted foods. PRODUCTS: Fruit Jam: requires Sugar from a Sugar House, Glassware from the Glassworks and any one of the following fruits: Apples, Blueberries, Strawberries, Quinces, Red Mulberries or Blackberries. Pickled Vegetables: need Spirits from a Distillery, Glassware from the Glassworks, and any one of the following vegetables: Cucumbers, Onions, Beetroots, Radishes or Peppers. Pickled Eggs: need Glassware from the Glassworks, Salt from the Saltworks or Stone & Salt Mine, and Eggs Potted Meats: need Pottery from the Potter, Salt from the Saltworks or Stone & Salt Mine, and either Chicken meat or Duck Meat. Size: 8 by 6 Construction Requirements: 24 Stone, 40 Lumber and 1 Building Supply, with 60 Work. Profession: Preservist Maximum Workers: 2 View full article
  23. There is a separate Butcher Stall for each type of livestock except Chickens, Ducks or Leghorns. They all produce specific cuts of meat for their livestock, tallow and sausage or bacon: The Cow Butcher uses Beef to produce Beef Cuts, Tallow and Sausage The Bison Butcher uses Bison Meat to produce Bison Cuts, Tallow and Sausage The Deer Butcher uses Venison to produce Venison Cuts, Tallow and Sausage The Horse Butcher uses Cheval to produce Cheval Cuts, Tallow and Sausage The Llama Butcher uses Charki to produce Charki Cuts, Tallow and Sausage The Pig Butcher uses Pork to produce Pork Cuts, Tallow and Bacon The Sheep Butcher uses Mutton to produce Mutton Cuts, Tallow and Sausage We are often asked if we can make just one butcher stall where you select which type of livestock. Unfortunately because the butchers produce multiple products, the mod kit will not accommodate this. To build: 22 log, 2 stone, 4 iron, 30 work. Size: 4 by 4 Profession: Butcher Number: 1 max. Work time: 25
  24. There is a separate Butcher Stall for each type of livestock except Chickens, Ducks or Leghorns. They all produce specific cuts of meat for their livestock, tallow and sausage or bacon: The Cow Butcher uses Beef to produce Beef Cuts, Tallow and Sausage The Bison Butcher uses Bison Meat to produce Bison Cuts, Tallow and Sausage The Deer Butcher uses Venison to produce Venison Cuts, Tallow and Sausage The Horse Butcher uses Cheval to produce Cheval Cuts, Tallow and Sausage The Llama Butcher uses Charki to produce Charki Cuts, Tallow and Sausage The Pig Butcher uses Pork to produce Pork Cuts, Tallow and Bacon The Sheep Butcher uses Mutton to produce Mutton Cuts, Tallow and Sausage We are often asked if we can make just one butcher stall where you select which type of livestock. Unfortunately because the butchers produce multiple products, the mod kit will not accommodate this. To build: 22 log, 2 stone, 4 iron, 30 work. Size: 4 by 4 Profession: Butcher Number: 1 max. Work time: 25 View full article
  25. At the Smokehouse, fresh meat, fish and cheese are cured with smoke and turned into Jerky, Bacon, Smoked Fish and Smoked Cheese. PRODUCTS: For every product made, the Smokehouse needs Logs and a Barrel and the additional ingredient shown below: Beef Jerkey needs Beef Cuts Kielbasa needs Pork Cuts Hangkjot needs Mutton Cuts Charki Jerkey needs Charki Pemmican needs Bison Cuts Smoked Cheval needs Cheval Smoked Fish needs Fish Smoked Cheese needs Cheese Smoked Chili needs Chilies Wedding Pemmican needs Cherries and Tallow To build: 10 Logs, 24 Stone, and 40 Lumber, plus 75 Work Size: 8 by 6 Profession: Smoker Number of Workers: up to 3