OSRS Cooking is among the abilities that can be taught in both F2P and P2P realms. It lets you prepare foods that you can eat to replenish your Hitpoints . This is achieved by cooking raw foods. Raw food is cooked using a grill or range. The fire can be created by using a Tinderbox to make any type of Log (depending on your Firemaking level) but there is an increased chance of burning the food.
Most often, players learn to master this skill to complete some quests and/or receiving the Cooking cape which allows you to stop cooking food however, you could also utilize this skill to earn money at the high levels, based on the way you go about it. That doesn’t mean Cooking training isn’t costly, but it can be quite costly that you’ll need to pay a significant amount.
Cooking Range and Burning Chance
Cooking on a range has the chance of less burning the food than the normal fire in addition to the fact that certain ranges have a much lower chance of burning than other ranges. Also, some food cannot be cooked on a range, unlike fire. This means that any food that can be cooked over fire can be cooked on a range.
Note that having a high cooking temperature unlocks different kinds of food that can be cooked.
Overall, the burning chance will depend on your cooking level that is to say, the higher the level, the less likely you are to cook the food. Take note that every type of raw food needs an exact cooking temperature in order to cease burning completely. To determine these levels, you can refer to the table below.
For this post, we will discuss the most efficient way to reach Level 99 Cooking by using the best semi-AFK P2P methods for that. We will also provide ways to earn money for those who are interested.
The ingredients listed in this article can be bought directly from the Grand Exchange, but we cannot know exactly the amount you’ll have to pay to complete this guide due to market fluctuation.
First , you should be using a range for training your Cooking skill because it’s less likely to burn your food. The ideal cooking range for games is called the Hosidius Range. This is because it even has a lesser chance (5 5%) and may be 10% after finishing an elite diary like the Kourend & Kebos elite Diary) to cause food to be burned as opposed to other ranges. And it is also close to a bank’s chest.
These Gauntlets will reduce the likelihood of cooking food that helps you increase your XP levels in a shorter time. The Family Crest Quest is required for these Gauntlets.
Take note it is important to note that using the Hosidius Range which wearing the Cooking Gauntlets will decrease the required level to not burn the food you cook with. Both will not need to be used after you’ve purchased the Cooking Cape.
Cooking Training – Level 1-99
While the following quests may be helpful in many ways, if you are looking for a streamlined OSRS cooking manual to be able to increase your level, follow the steps listed below.
You will need to create a certain amount of meals for every recipe. If you’re looking to cut back on cash, you can find detailed instructions on how to grow the ingredients yourself, which is obviously longer than buying everything in the Grand Exchange.
Cooking Level 1-20
How do I get Raw sardine
It can be obtained by fishing while using a normal Fishing Rod in a location with an “Bait Fishing Spot” option and that requires level 5 Fishing as well as having a Fishing bait available in your collection. The bait for fishing can be acquired through killing specific creatures such as Banshees or buying it from a local store like Gerrant’s Fishy Business in Port Sarim this is the same store to buy Raw Sardines from.
The Raw Sardine is also obtained by killing creatures like Dagannoth spawn. Normal Fishing Rods can be bought from some Fishing shops such as Harry’s Fishing Shop in Catherby.
Cooking Level 20-30
It can be obtained by fishing with the Fly Fishing Rod with some Feathers at a Lure fishing spot and it requires at least level 20 of Fishing. A Fly Fishing Rod can be purchased from a few Fishing shops like Gerrant’s Fishy Business in Port Sarim.
Feathers can be obtained by killing some monsters such as Chickens or bought at various fishing shops like those at the Fishing Guild Shop in the Fishing Guild. Raw trouts may also be purchased from establishments like Rufus’ Meat Emporium located in Canifis.
Cooking Level 30-50
It is gained by fishing with an Fly Fishing Rod with some Feathers in a lure fishing location, and is required to be at least level 30 fishing. It is possible to purchase the Fly Fishing Rod can be purchased at various fishing shops and is the same with the Feathers.
Salmons that are raw can be purchased in a few shops like Fremennik Fish Monger in Rellekka.
Cooking Level 50-61
It can be obtained through fishing using the Harpoon in a fishing spot using the “cage/harpoon” option and it requires Level 35 Fishing.
The Harpoon can be obtained by buying it at Fishing shops such as Harry’s Fishing Shop in Catherby. Killing Kraken is a possibility to drop the Harpoon but it’s a rare.
Raw tunas can also be obtained from Fishing shops like the Flosi’s Fishmongers in Jatizso or by killing specific monsters , such as Troll general. In addition, stealing from fish stalls is another way to get raw tunas. However, it requires levels 42 Thieving.
Cooking Level 93-99
It is available through fishing near Tynan’s Fishing Supplies area, specifically in the “bait” fishing spot to the south of it. To get there, you’ll require 100% Piscarilius favor and a normal fishing Rod or Sandworms.
The standard fishing rods can be bought from some fishing shops including Tynan’s Fishing Supplies.
Sandworms can be found along in the waters of Piscarillius but it requires the level 15 Hunter as well as 30% Piscarilius favor or purchase them from Tynan’s Fisheries Supplies.
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