Yet Another Food Mod 1.11/1.10.2 adds several new food recipes to fill in a few gaps in vanilla.
Yet Another Food Mod 1.11.2/1.10.2 – New Food Recipes
- Minecraft 1.10.2 Mods
- Minecraft 1.11.2 Mods
- Minecraft 1.6.4 Mods
- Minecraft 1.7.10 Mods
- Minecraft 1.7.2 Mods
- Minecraft 1.8.9 Mods
- Minecraft 1.9.4 Mods
- Fried Egg:
- Adds a smelting recipe for Egg –> Fried Egg (0.35 experience, same as other food recipes).
- Fried Egg coincidentally has the same stats as Bread, except that it can be used to feed wolves (can’t be any worse for them than Rotten Flesh, right?).
- Of course, the item ID of “Fried Egg” is configurable in 1.6.4 versions (default is 9754). You can also disable the recipe for “Egg” –> “Fried Egg”. This only disables the recipe, it doesn’t do anything with the item itself.
- Gives sheep the ability to drop mutton upon death with the same strength as beef.
- Rules are the same for sheep dropping mutton as for cows dropping beef:
- 1) cows drop a base 1-3 beef on death.
- 2) with Looting N on the weapon, cows drop an additional 0-N beef.
- 3) baby cows don’t drop beef.
- 4) cows don’t drop beef when the “doMobLoot” rule is off.
- 5) cows drop cooked beef on death if they were on fire.
- 6) cows drop raw beef on death if they weren’t on fire.
- All 6 of these rules apply to sheep dropping mutton as well, when this is enabled in the config (it’s on by default).
- Disabling this only stops mutton from dropping off of sheep, it doesn’t remove it from the game.
- Does the same thing for squids as it does for sheep.
- Their meat is the same strength as chicken, but with the same drop rate as beef.
- You won’t see this quite as often, but they will indeed drop cooked squid if they’re on fire when they die.
- Carrot Soup:
- Adds a recipe to make carrots a slightly more desirable crop.
- As always, the item ID is configurable in 1.6.4, and you can disable the recipe if you don’t want it.
- Put two carrots and a bowl into the crafting grid in any configuration, and you’ll create Carrot Soup! Eating one serving of Carrot Soup restores the same amount of hunger as eating a Carrot, with slightly more saturation, but each bowl contains three servings. This gives carrot crops effectively a 50% buff, which puts them on par with potatoes for farming. The choice between the carrot crop and potato crop is now which inconvenient drawback you want to deal with: do you want to have to run all the way to a furnace, get fuel, and wait (potatoes), or do you want to have to deal with managing bowls and stacks, but be able to do it in the field?
How to install:
- Make sure you have already installed Minecraft Forge and Airbreathercore.
- Locate the minecraft application folder.
- On windows open Run from the start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
- On mac open finder, hold down ALT and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
- Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
- When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.