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  1. Wild Seeds are a food found growing in forests by Gatherers. They are high in protein. Classification: Edible, Protein. Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1
  2. Wild Seeds are a food found growing in forests by Gatherers. They are high in protein. Classification: Edible, Protein. Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1 View full article
  3. Clean, fresh Water can be obtained from a Water Tower. Uses: It is used by the Pub Kitchen, along with a Canteen, to make Filled Canteens. The Pub Kitchen also uses Water + Cheval to make Pub Meals. Water is also used to prepare Cured Leather at the Tannery. Classification: Edible Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1
  4. Clean, fresh Water can be obtained from a Water Tower. Uses: It is used by the Pub Kitchen, along with a Canteen, to make Filled Canteens. The Pub Kitchen also uses Water + Cheval to make Pub Meals. Water is also used to prepare Cured Leather at the Tannery. Classification: Edible Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1 View full article
  5. The meat from a deer. Venison is produced by a Hunting Lodge or Deer Pasture. Uses: The Deer Butcher makes Venison Cuts, Sausage and Tallow from Venison. The Meat Tinnery can use Venison + Tin to make Tinned Meat. Classification: Edible, Protein Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1
  6. The meat from a deer. Venison is produced by a Hunting Lodge or Deer Pasture. Uses: The Deer Butcher makes Venison Cuts, Sausage and Tallow from Venison. The Meat Tinnery can use Venison + Tin to make Tinned Meat. Classification: Edible, Protein Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1 View full article
  7. Tulips are spring-blooming perennials grown from bulbs. The petals of the large cup-shaped flowers may be eaten. Some have a mild bean-like taste and others taste like lettuce. Apparently some people are allergic to them, so keep that in mind if you decide to try one. Tulips can be grown in a Crop Field from seeds (actually bulbs) obtained from a trader. Classification: Edible, Vegetable Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1 Cost of Seeds: 2500
  8. Tulips are spring-blooming perennials grown from bulbs. The petals of the large cup-shaped flowers may be eaten. Some have a mild bean-like taste and others taste like lettuce. Apparently some people are allergic to them, so keep that in mind if you decide to try one. Tulips can be grown in a Crop Field from seeds (actually bulbs) obtained from a trader. Classification: Edible, Vegetable Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1 Cost of Seeds: 2500 View full article
  9. Grown in the tropics, Tamarind trees produce hard pods containing a few seeds a a tart, sticky pulp. The pulp can be used in all sorts of savory dishes and condiments. Tamarind can be purchased from traders. Classification: Edible, Fruit Trade Value: 2 Weight: 1
  10. Grown in the tropics, Tamarind trees produce hard pods containing a few seeds a a tart, sticky pulp. The pulp can be used in all sorts of savory dishes and condiments. Tamarind can be purchased from traders. Classification: Edible, Fruit Trade Value: 2 Weight: 1 View full article
  11. Kernels are Sunflower seeds without the shell. Sunflowers are an annual plant with big, daisylike flowers that have bright yellow petals. The brown centers ripen into heavy heads filled with seeds. Many types of Sunflowers grow over six feet tall. They are one of the few crops that originated in North America. Young Sunflowers tilt to face the sun during the day, giving the plant their name. Sunflowers can be grown in a Crop Field using seeds purchased from a merchant. Kernels are one of the items that can be used by the Oil Press to make Seed Oil. Classification: Edible, Grain Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1
  12. Kernels are Sunflower seeds without the shell. Sunflowers are an annual plant with big, daisylike flowers that have bright yellow petals. The brown centers ripen into heavy heads filled with seeds. Many types of Sunflowers grow over six feet tall. They are one of the few crops that originated in North America. Young Sunflowers tilt to face the sun during the day, giving the plant their name. Sunflowers can be grown in a Crop Field using seeds purchased from a merchant. Kernels are one of the items that can be used by the Oil Press to make Seed Oil. Classification: Edible, Grain Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1 View full article
  13. The fruits of various members of the gourd family, Squash come in lots of shapes and sizes. Every part of the squash plant can be eaten, including flowers, leaves and tender shoots. Squash can be grown in a Crop Field, using seeds purchased from a merchant. Squash can also be obtained from the Native Trader if you have Wine and a Cask. Classification: Edible, Vegetable Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1 Price for Seeds: 2500
  14. The fruits of various members of the gourd family, Squash come in lots of shapes and sizes. Every part of the squash plant can be eaten, including flowers, leaves and tender shoots. Squash can be grown in a Crop Field, using seeds purchased from a merchant. Squash can also be obtained from the Native Trader if you have Wine and a Cask. Classification: Edible, Vegetable Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1 Price for Seeds: 2500 View full article
  15. Edible Seaweeds include several types of plant-like marine algae that can be eaten and used in food preparation. They often contain high amounts of fiber and are a complete protein. Seaweed is gathered by the Tidal Pool and the Dock's Water Scavenger. Classification: Edible, Protein Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1
  16. Edible Seaweeds include several types of plant-like marine algae that can be eaten and used in food preparation. They often contain high amounts of fiber and are a complete protein. Seaweed is gathered by the Tidal Pool and the Dock's Water Scavenger. Classification: Edible, Protein Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1 View full article
  17. Rye is a cereal grain. It's grown in a Crop Field, using seeds purchased from a merchant. It may be made into Flour at a Windmill or Watermill. Although Flour isn't edible, the Bakery uses Flour to make various delicious items, including Bread and Sugar Cookies. It can also be used to make Spirits at the Distillery using: Rye + Glassware + Furnace Fuel. Classification: Edible, Grains Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1 Cost of Seeds: 4000
  18. Rye

    Rye is a cereal grain. It's grown in a Crop Field, using seeds purchased from a merchant. It may be made into Flour at a Windmill or Watermill. Although Flour isn't edible, the Bakery uses Flour to make various delicious items, including Bread and Sugar Cookies. It can also be used to make Spirits at the Distillery using: Rye + Glassware + Furnace Fuel. Classification: Edible, Grains Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1 Cost of Seeds: 4000 View full article
  19. Small round melons with sweet orange flesh. They are also called “cantaloupes”. Rockmelons may be grown in a Crop Field with seeds purchased from a merchant. The Fruit Tinnery makes Tinned Fruit from Rockmelons + Tin. Classification: Edible, Fruit Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1 Price of Seeds: 3500
  20. Small round melons with sweet orange flesh. They are also called “cantaloupes”. Rockmelons may be grown in a Crop Field with seeds purchased from a merchant. The Fruit Tinnery makes Tinned Fruit from Rockmelons + Tin. Classification: Edible, Fruit Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1 Price of Seeds: 3500 View full article
  21. A swamp grass widely grown for its starchy seeds. Rice is the staple diet of half of the world's population. Rice is grown at a Dock Set's Rice Planter. A quantity of Rice is provided as provisions in some starting conditions such as Bayou or Appalachian starts. If you hurry and don't wait until your citizens eat all of that Rice, you can build a Rice Planter! Uses for Rice: 100 Rice is needed to build a Rice Planter; until you grow your own, Rice can be purchased from a merchant. Rice is used by the Dock Set's Ricewine Still to make Wine. Classification: Edible, Grain Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1
  22. A swamp grass widely grown for its starchy seeds. Rice is the staple diet of half of the world's population. Rice is grown at a Dock Set's Rice Planter. A quantity of Rice is provided as provisions in some starting conditions such as Bayou or Appalachian starts. If you hurry and don't wait until your citizens eat all of that Rice, you can build a Rice Planter! Uses for Rice: 100 Rice is needed to build a Rice Planter; until you grow your own, Rice can be purchased from a merchant. Rice is used by the Dock Set's Ricewine Still to make Wine. Classification: Edible, Grain Trade Value: 1 Weight: 1 View full article
  23. A large juicy tropical fruit with a cylindrical shape, topped with a tuft of stiff leaves. The name comes from the fact that the fruit looks like an unopened pinecone. Pineapples don't continue to ripen once they are picked. The best way to tell if a pineapple is ripe is to smell its bottom - if it doesn't smell like pineapple, it isn't ripe. Pineapples can be purchased from a merchant. Classification: Edible, Fruit Trade Value: 2 Weight: 1
  24. A large juicy tropical fruit with a cylindrical shape, topped with a tuft of stiff leaves. The name comes from the fact that the fruit looks like an unopened pinecone. Pineapples don't continue to ripen once they are picked. The best way to tell if a pineapple is ripe is to smell its bottom - if it doesn't smell like pineapple, it isn't ripe. Pineapples can be purchased from a merchant. Classification: Edible, Fruit Trade Value: 2 Weight: 1 View full article
  25. Papayas are round or pear-shaped fruits that average about 7 inches. The weigh about one pound. Their flesh is a rich orange color and is sweet with a soft, butter-like consistency. Papayas were reputably called the “fruit of the angels” by Christopher Columbus. Papayas can be obtained from merchants. Classification: Edible, Fruit Trade Value: 2 Weight: 1