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|Frog Legs / Cooked Frog Legs|
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Frog Legs are a Meat Food item that is dropped by Frogs and Merms when they are killed.. They can be used to make a Froggle Bunwich in the Crock Pot or dried on a Drying Rack for 1 day to produce Small Jerky. They have a Meat value of 0.5.
Cooked Frog Legs[edit | edit source]
Cooked Frog Legs are made by Cooking Frog Legs on a Campfire, Fire Pit, or Star. They restore 1 Health and do not drain Sanity unlike their raw counterpart. It can also be used to make the Froggle Bunwich, which is cooked in the Crock Pot.
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Usage[edit | edit source]
Tips[edit | edit source]
- Frog Legs could be a good meat resource for Wigfrid early game, due to her ability to knock out Frogs in 2 hits with her Battle Spear, and she can recover even if she gets hit, since she starts with a Battle Helm and gains health as she kills opponents.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Despite being a meat item, Frog Legs cannot be traded to the Pig King for Gold Nuggets.
- In Don't Starve Together, if Wilson is equipped with his full Survivor Skin, his portrait will show him eating Cooked Frog Legs.
- Multiple characters state that this item is still twitchy or still jumps. In real life, frog legs are known to do just that, especially when salt is added.
- Humorously, the gigantic boss Toadstool drops a pair of Frog Legs the same size as those of a Frog or Merm, despite it being much bigger than either of them.