“An excellent source of fibre.”
“Vegetables. So many vegetables.”
“A whole bunch of cooked vegetables. Riveting.”
“It's like a forest in a bowl.”
“A pile öf vegetables. Nö thanks.”
“Do we have to eat our veggies?”
“I'd rather get curvy than scurvy.”
“A veritable village of vegetables!”
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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.