Valheim Mistlands has given gamers a great experience when it comes to many new items and creatures in the game. In particular, updating meals is something that many players are looking forward to helping them choose a more diverse food source to receive many interesting new features in the game. One of the most impressive options is Stuffed Mushrooms. With this new item, it will be extremely useful for those who are looking for Valheim’s new magic system. However, it is not as simple as other meals in this game. If you are interested in this topic, the following article Mega will show you how to cook stuffed mushrooms in Valheim
1. Where to cook stuffed mushrooms in Valheim?
In the Level 5 Cauldron, the player can proceed to convert 3 mage hats, 1 blood clot, and 1 radish to create an uncooked magical stuffing. When you have the finished product, bring this item to Valheim’s stone furnace and cook it inside to create Stuffed Mushrooms. When the player uses this meal, they can gain 25 health, 12 stamina. force and 75 Eitr. That last resource stat was the main reason this meal was so important to magic users.
For Eitr will be required to use with any new magic items. Such as Valheim’s new Scepter of Frost and Scepter of Protection. Stuffed Mushrooms ranks 3rd on the list of the most powerful magic meals when bringing up to 75 Eitr. The other best food choices are Yggdrasil Porridge and Seeker Aspic which make 80 and 85 Eitr respectively. Even so, among these three dishes, Stuffed Mushroom is the dish with the easiest recipe compared to the two dishes mentioned above
2. Where can players find the ingredients to make stuffed mushrooms
For the mage hat will be added to the game when it is available on the Public Test Branch. For the Green Mushrooms, they will grow in small groups throughout this area and can be picked up by simply interacting with them. As for the blood clot, it will be dropped from Ticks that live in the Land of Mist. Players must be careful as these creatures will jump in and latch onto the player, dealing light damage over time.
As for the last ingredient, it’s radish. In this component, players need to grow their own from the radish seeds that grow throughout the swamp biome of Valheim. The yellow flowers indicate where these Radish Seeds can be harvested. These seeds can then be sown with the Tiller and will grow in about 2 days, but only when placed in the correct biome will they grow.