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Wet Goop

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Wet Goop
Wet Goop.png
Cook time
10 sec
Perish time
6 Days
Stacks up to
Wilson Portrait.png
It tastes like nothing.


Willow Portrait.png
How did it go wrong?! It was engulfed in fire and everything.


Wolfgang Portrait.png
Wolfgang ruin food!


Wendy Portrait.png
A miserable mess, just like life.


WX-78 Portrait.png


Wickerbottom Portrait.png
Oh no. No, no, no. This won't do at all.


Woodie Portrait.png
Better than some of the things I've eaten!


Waxwell Portrait.png
How uncultured.


Wigfrid Portrait.png


Webber Portrait.png
Experimenting is fun!


Walani Portrait.png
Is there dry goop?


Warly Portrait.png
I am thankful my sous chefs are not around to witness this abomination...


Woodlegs Portrait.png
Thet's why they never let ol'Woodlegs in th'galley.


Wet Goop is a Food item that is the result of any invalid recipe cooked in the Crock Pot, left from a Hatching Tallbird Egg that has remained cold for too long, or hacked up by neutral Catcoons. It takes 10 seconds to cook but it has no effect on the player when eaten.

Wet Goop used as bait for traps.

Wet Goop will attract Pigs who are hungry. Because of this, one may use Wet Goop to bait Pigs into Tooth Trap meat farms. Otherwise, giving the item to a Pig will neither make it friendly nor cause it to produce Manure.

Wet Goop can also be used as bait in Traps, though it will not attract most animals when used this way.

Wet Goop can be a source of Rot for fertilizing, though there are other edibles that take less time to spoil or fewer resources to obtain.

Reign of Giants icon.png Reign of Giants[edit | edit source]

The Reign of Giants DLC introduced Wetness, adding a modifier for items, objects, and mobs soaked by rain. Most consumables that have been exposed to too much rain will have the "Soggy" title added before their names until they dry off, but Wet Goop will become "Very Wet Goop". Like all wet food, Very Wet Goop will spoil 30% faster.

Also, Catcoons have the ability to cough up wet goop as a gift.