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Ratatouille

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Ratatouille
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Health
3
Hunger
25
Sanity
5
Cook time
20 sec
Perish time
15 Days
Stacks up to
40
"ratatouille"
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An excellent source of fibre.

Wilson

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Vegetables. So many vegetables.

Willow

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Is food. Sort of.

Wolfgang

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A whole bunch of cooked vegetables. Riveting.

Wendy

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SUSTENANCE IDENTIFIED

WX-78

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Nicoise, so nutritious!

Wickerbottom

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It's like a forest in a bowl.

Woodie

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Roughage.

Maxwell

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A pile öf vegetables. Nö thanks.

Wigfrid

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Do we have to eat our veggies?

Webber

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I'd rather get curvy than scurvy.

Walani

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A veritable village of vegetables!

Warly

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Scurvy-fightin' super food!

Woodlegs

Ratatouille is a Vegetable Food item cooked in the Crock Pot by adding at least 1 Vegetable. It takes 20 seconds to cook.

Adding 1 Mandrake will result in Mandrake Soup, adding 1 Dragon Fruit will result in Dragonpie, adding 1 Butterfly Wings will result in Butter Muffin,and adding 2 or more Monster Foods will result in Monster Lasagna

Eating the ingredients cooked almost always provides more benefits unless one needs a Sanity boost, wants to keep preserved food, or make use of poisonous Mushrooms.

Prerequisites

  • Requires: Vegetables Crock Pot(No Mandrake).png
  • Excludes: Meats Crock Pot.png
  • Excludes: Dragon Fruits.pngTwigs.pngMoleworm.pngMandrake.pngButterfly Wings.png

TabScience.png Recipe

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Examples

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×4

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Inventory slot background.pngCarrots.pngInventory slot background.png Berry.pngInventory slot background.png Berry.pngInventory slot background.png Berry.pngCrock Pot.pngInventory slot background.pngRatatouille.png
Inventory slot background.pngCorns.pngInventory slot background.png Berry.pngInventory slot background.png Berry.pngInventory slot background.png Berry.pngCrock Pot.pngInventory slot background.pngRatatouille.png
Inventory slot background.pngMushrooms.pngInventory slot background.pngMushrooms.pngInventory slot background.png Berry.pngInventory slot background.png Berry.pngCrock Pot.pngInventory slot background.pngRatatouille.png
Inventory slot background.pngMushrooms.pngInventory slot background.png Ice.pngInventory slot background.pngIce.pngInventory slot background.pngIce.pngCrock Pot.pngInventory slot background.pngRatatouille.pngReign of Giants icon.png
Inventory slot background.pngMushrooms.pngInventory slot background.png Halved Coconut.pngInventory slot background.pngFish Morsel.pngInventory slot background.pngFish Morsel.pngCrock Pot.pngInventory slot background.pngRatatouille.pngShipwrecked icon.pngSee Bugs

Icon Tools.png Usage

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Prototype.pngTips

  • Ratatouille is one of the few Crock Pot recipes that can be made from foods that have a neutral or negative effect, such as mushrooms and ice, providing a 100% bonus hunger advantage from eating those items separately.

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  • Ratatouille does not exclude Fishes. Shipwrecked DLC introduces food items that have fish values without any meat value, such as Fish Morsel and Jellyfish. This causes using up to 2 Fish Morsels or using a single Jellyfish in a recipe with Vegetables to produce Ratatouille despite containing meat.

Placeholder.png Trivia

  • Ratatouille's meager benefits and low Crock Pot priority implies that it is a sort of "consolation prize" for uncreative Crock Pot recipes.
  • Ratatouille is a peasant dish originating from Nice, France. It was a dish prepared by commoners because of the easy-to-come-by ingredients, somewhat reminiscent of how vegetables are often abundant in Don't Starve, especially in early-game.