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|Juicy Berries / Cooked Juicy Berries|
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Juicy Berries are a food item exclusive to Don't Starve Together, they can be found on Juicy Berry Bushes. Harvesting a Juicy Berry Bush yields 3 Juicy Berries, which will fall to the ground instead and need to be picked up.
Roasted Juicy Berries are made when a Juicy Berry is cooked over a Campfire, Fire Pit, or a Star. As for uncooked Juicy Berries, Roasted Juicy Berries restore slightly more hunger and health than their Cooked Berry counterpart, but spoil even faster.
Compared to the normal Berries, Juicy Berries provide 33% more and additional 1 when raw, and 50% more and 2 additional when cooked, however they also spoil 3 times faster.
Tips[edit | edit source]
- Since Juicy Berries spoil thrice as fast as the usual Berries, they are a good source of fertilizer under the form of Rot.
- When making Juicy Berry farms, because the fruits spoil at a faster rate, it is possible to leave the berries on the bush and harvest them frugally. The berries won't spoil while on the bush.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- There is a Diseased version of the Juicy Berries in the game files, even though the Diseased Juicy Berry Bushes drop Rot.