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How To Unlock Cooking In Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom

Cooking is an iconic part of the Legend of Zelda series and in this guide, we cover How To Unlock Cooking In Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom as the initial introduction to cooking has Link throwing items near a fire and waiting for the fire to cook them up. However, as fans of the previous game will know, this means you can only cook a single ingredient at a time, and you don’t even get the cool jingle.

Cooking is a vital part of Tears of the Kingdom. You will need to use food to heal, provide various buffs and bonuses, and even to complete some of the quests. Once you have cooking unlocked, cooking itself is quite easy, if somewhat cumbersome. Simply open your inventory and go to the Materials tab. Press X to open the hold menu. Then, select up to 5 different ingredients in any combination and press A to hold them. Then, press B to close the menu and press A to throw them into a cooking pot.

How To Unlock Cooking In Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom

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You don’t really unlock cooking per se, it’s always available, you just have to find the right spot. On the starting island, the Great Sky Island, you will find various cooking pots around the area. The easiest one to find is the one located near the snowy area. Just before you reach the snowy area there is a cooking pot there that you can use to create food to give you cold resist. From that point forward, whenever you find a cooking pot, you can cook.

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