Players can use raw foods on either a fire or a range to cook them. Higher tier foods will generally heal more HP, and will require a higher Cooking level to cook. Ranges are better to cook on, as they reduce the amount of times a player burns their food.
A higher Cooking level will also lower the chance of burning foods. There also comes a point where if a player has a high enough Cooking level, they will stop burning a food completely. An example would be with Shrimps: you can start cooking them with a Cooking level of 1, but you will stop burning them entirely at level 34 Cooking.
Methods of Cooking
There are two main ways cooking foods. One of which is cooking on a fire, and the other is using a range. Using a range to cook is more viable as it will prevent the player from burning more food.Fires can be made by any player by using a tinderbox on any log. This allows for flexibility in where you want to cook, as well as Firemaking EXP. Also, using higher tier logs will result in a reduction of burning food.
Using a range limits player to where they can cook, but will benefit them in terms of EXP and not burning as much food. A range can be found on the minimap with the cooking pan icon (). A player can also use the Clay oven located in South Neitiznot.
Cooking and Fishing Store
|Name of item||Use|
|Empty pot||Used for making bonemeals for prayer training.|
|Pot of flour||Used in making pastry with a source of water.|
|Bucket of water||Used in making pastry with flour.|
|Bucket of milk||Used in making cakes, along with a Pot of flour and an Egg.|
|Chocolate bar||Used in making Chocolate cakes.|
|Pie dish||Used in making pies.|
|Cake tin||Used in making cakes.|
|Stew||Heals the player.|
|Cooking apple||Used in making Apple pies.|
|Jug||Used to carry water, as well as part o making Wine.|
|Bowl||Used to carry water, as well as making Stews.|
|Bowl of water||Used in making Stews.|
|Garlic||No actual use.|
|Egg||Used to make Cakes.|
|Empty cup||No actual use.|
For the Fishing equipment, please see Fishing.
Types of Food
One can make a variety of pastry doughs from using a Pot of flour with a water vessel of some sort (Bucket of water, Jug of water, etc) and choosing the desired type of dough.
Bread can be made at a Cooking level of 1. To do this, just use a Pot of Flour with a water vessel and chose the "Bread dough" option.
You can cook the uncooked Bread dough on a range.
To make Pastry dough, a player must have at least a Cooking level of 10. The player will need a Pot of flour and a source of water. After making the Pastry dough, the player must put it in a Pie dish, where it will combine into an Uncooked pie dish. From there, a player will need to fill the Uncooked pie dish with a filling, and cook the uncooked pie on a range.
Redberry pie (Level 10):
Apple pie (Level 30):
Garden Pie (Level 34):
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Summer Pie (Level 95)
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Pizza bases can be made by using a Pot of flour with a water vessel. A player must have a Cooking level of 35 to make one. By combining it with a Tomato and Cheese, a player can make an Uncooked pizza. They must add the tomato first before the cheese. Players can also add a topping to uncooked pizzas before cooking them.
A player can cook the Uncooked pizza by using only a range.
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List of Topppings (Unconfirmed)
- Cooked chicken
- Cooked meat
- Pineapple rings
To make cakes, a player must combine an Egg, a Bucket of milk, and a Pot of flour in a Cake tin to make an Uncooked cake. From there, a player can cook the Uncooked cake on a range to finish the cake. To make it a Chocolate cake, just add either a Chocolate bar or Chocolate dust on the finished cake.
Plain Cake (Level 40)
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Chocolate cake (Level 50)
The most commonly used food to train Cooking is fish. Fish can be obtained in multiple ways, but the majority of them are brought into the game by Fishing. Fish can be cooked on either a fire or a range.
The following is a table that shows what fish can be cooked, and what Cooking level is required to stop burning them.
|Image||Name||Cooking level||Stops burning at level||XP (Sir)||XP (Lord)||XP (Legends)||XP (Extreme)|