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How To Find Recipes In Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom

There are tons of different recipes for cooking in TotK. In this guide on How To Find Recipes In Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom we’ll tell you two things, how you can check your recipe book for past recipes, and where you can find new recipes to create new food.

If you are looking to expand your cooking book and add additional recipes, the quickest and best way of learning new recipes it to visit all of the stables in Hyrule. Inside each of the stables, in the interior of the building, there are usually posters on the wall depicting new recipes. Unfortunately, you are not able to read or save these in anyway, and the text isn’t real text so they cannot be read. Instead you need to check the pictures of the items on the poster and then use them in a recipe to create a new recipe.

How To Find Recipes In Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom

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If you want to check your existing recipes you need to open your inventory and navigate to the Food tab. Once you are on the Food tab, highlight any meal and then press the Check Recipe button, which is X by default. This will then bring up a list of every recipe in the game that you have made previously.

It’s worth noting that in the recipe screen you can press the View History button, Y by default, if you have made the recipe using more than one set of ingredients. As many recipes can be made in multiple ways.

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