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Music

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Your Subculture Soundtrack, the music encyclopedia

Headquarters: London, UK

Founded: 1984

Founded by: Andy Ross & David Balfe

Link: n/a

Genre(s):

Contents

Active Roster

n/a

Inactive Roster

  • Blur
  • Idlewild
  • Jesus Jones
  • Dubstar
  • Octopus
  • Grass Show
  • Brilliant
  • Woodentops
  • Voice Of The Beehive
  • Crazyhead
  • Diesel Park West

Key Releases

  • Brilliant - Kiss The Lips Of Life

Biography

Food was started as an independent label, with distribution by Rough Trade, licensing some of their material to WEA and London. EMI started investing in the label, and then bought them outright in 1994, folding them into Parlophone.

Further Reading


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Memory-beta

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Memory Beta, the wiki for licensed Star Trek content.

The following is a list of foods and beverages organized by races and cultures.

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Aldebaran

Altair

Antarean

Andorian

Argelian

Bajoran

  • honey
  • jumja stick
  • moba fruit
  • redfruit
  • root tea
  • torlan wine

Betazoid

Boaca VI

  • brandy

Bolian

  • tomato soup

Cardassian

Centaurus

  • Beaujolais wine

Denevan

Ferengi

Gamzian

Human

Klingon

Ktarian

Neelix's mess hall

Talaxian and other Delta Quadrant specialties

Obsidian

  • callik fruit

Orion

  • demma

Patrian

  • geeza
  • Scott's whiskey

Rigelian

Rimillian

  • budz bitz

Romulan

Saurian

Tellarite

Trill

Vulcan

Other

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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Performer:
King Ploobis serves Food at his Christmas party.
For other uses, see Singing Food

Food is a strange, brown, alien creature who made its first appearance as King Ploobis' Christmas dinner in the Land of Gorch sketch on the December 20, 1975 episode of Saturday Night Live.

The puppet made several further appearances in Muppet productions, including a cameo appearance on episode 422 of The Muppet Show as a trumpet player, and in The Muppets Big Book of Crafts. He subsequently appeared as a background creature on the first season of Fraggle Rock, making him one of the oldest puppets to appear on the series.

The puppet used as Food was recycled as Zsa Zsa Porkmustard, a contestant in the Miss Galaxy Pageant sketch on episode 101 of The Jim Henson Hour.


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EQ2

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From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

Food or
Drink Level
Health Regen
(Food)
Power Regen
(Drink)
Adventuring level required
to see full regen effect
10
10
15
All levels
20
28
30
11 or higher
30
53
45
21 or higher
40
78
60
31 or higher
50
103
75
41 or higher
60
128
90
51 or higher
70
159
105
71 or higher
80 (Scaled to Level)
190
120
80


Food and drink are necessary for efficient progress in Norrath. Without food, your Health will regenerate very slowly after a fight. Without drink, your Power will regenerate equally slowly. This will increase your downtime between fights, and slow your progress.

Food increases the amount of Health you regain when out of combat. Beverages increase the amount of Power you regain when out of combat. Different foods and beverages provide different amounts of Health or Power regained, depending on the level of the food or beverage.

You must also be of an appropriate adventuring level to gain the full effect of the regen provided by the food or beverage. For example, Sweet Onion Omelet is a level 30 food item, and will provide 53 points of Health regained per "tick" out of combat. However, if your adventuring level is 10 or lower, you will only get 10 points of Health regained per tick out of combat. If your adventuring level is 11-20, you will get 28 points of Health regained per tick.

On the other hand, if your adventuring level is far above the item level of the food or beverage, you don't get any additional regeneration. If you are level 70, the Sweet Onion Omelet will still only provide 53 points of Health regained per tick out of combat.

Therefore, it is most efficient to use food or drink that is appropriate for your level. Low-level characters will not get any extra benefit from using high-level food, and high-level characters will have increased downtime from using low-level food.

Most of the food and drink items available in the game are created by Provisioners. A few food and drink items, like Pumpkin Spice Tea, are quest rewards.

Stat Bonuses

Some food and drink will provide bonuses to your attributes, such as Strength or Intelligence. Like the Health and Power regen, you will not see the full bonus until you reach a certain level. Unlike the Health and Power regen, however, it's not an all-or-nothing proposition.

For example: Level 30 food and drink items which provide a bonus will provide a full bonus of +4.6 points to the affected attributes. To get this bonus in full, your adventuring level must also be 30 (or higher). If your adventuring level is lower, you will still get a bonus, but not the full 4.6 points. At level 21, you might see only a +3.3 point bonus to the attributes, while at level 25 you might see a +3.8 point bonus.

To get the full effect of any stat bonus from food or drink, your adventuring level must equal the item level of the food or drink.

Further Reading


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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

For lists of consumables by game, see Consumable.

Food refers to a group of items in the Fallout series that usually heals a small number of Hit Points or give temporary statistics such as AP for the cookie food item but has no major drawbacks. Originally, the developers planned to implement a system requiring the player to eat; however, the idea was scrapped, but the food was not removed from the game.

Edibles and beverages

There are many different types of food and drinks throughout the series.

Edibles

Beverages


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

The Striped Apple, one of the various items of food that appear in the game.

Food appear as healing items in the Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles series. In the original Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles food was used for resorting HP instead of Potions, which are usually the HP restoring items in Final Fantasy games. Potions returned in later Crystal Chronicles titles but food was still around to restore HP and restore SP. Food and drinks were implemented to give the game more realism, in contrast to the traditional Final Fantasy method of restoring energy with bottled Potions and other medicinal items.

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Appearance

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

In Crystal Chronicles food restores HP and depending on the Tribe of the player, add temporary boost to the character. If a character doesn't like a certain food then it'll instead temporarily decrease the characters stats. Eating the disliked food more will change that and give characters the positive effect instead. They can be purchased in different towns (cost 40 gil and sold for 10 gil) or found in dungeons.

Effect

  • Striped Apple - Magic+2
  • Cherry Cluster - Magic+2
  • Rainbow Grapes - Magic+2
  • Gourd Potato - Defense+2
  • Round Corn - Defense+2
  • Star Carrot - Defense+2
  • Fish - Strength+2
  • Meat - Strength+2

Tribes

The likes and dislikes of each Tribe. List starts from most liked going down to most disliked.

Clavats
  • Striped Apple
  • Cherry Cluster
  • Rainbow Grapes
  • Star Carrot
  • Gourd Potato
  • Round Corn
  • Meat
  • Fish
Selkies
  • Fish
  • Meat
  • Striped Apple
  • Rainbow Grapes
  • Cherry Cluster
  • Star Carrot
  • Round Corn
  • Gourd Potato
Lilties
  • Meat
  • Gourd Potato
  • Round Corn
  • Star Carrot
  • Fish
  • Rainbow Grapes
  • Cherry Cluster
  • Striped Apple
Yukes
  • Star Carrot
  • Round Corn
  • Fish
  • Cherry Cluster
  • Rainbow Grapes
  • Meat
  • Gourd Potato
  • Striped Apple

Seed

Seeds can be found to give as gifts to characters' families. When characters return home the next year, the seed will have grown with certain fruits or vegetables growing from them.

  • Fruit Seed - Grows Striped Apple, Rainbow Grapes, or Cherry Cluster.
  • Vegetable Seed - Grows Gourd Potato, Round Corn, or Star Carrot.
  • Strange Seed - Random fruit or random vegetable.
  • Wheat Seed - Bannock Bread, Flour, or Wheat.
  • Flower Seed - Grows nothing and is just for gift giving.

Other Food

Other types of food appear in the game that are only for healing HP or other uses. They have no boost effect and are enjoyed by all Tribes.

  • Bannock Bread - Received by family when grown from Wheat Seeds. Restores 1 heart.
  • Milk - Can be purchased by Merchants or given to by family when a Cow is purchased from Fields of Fum. Restores 1 heart.
  • Spring Water - Can be purchased by Merchants or found in dungeons. Restores 1 heart.
  • Strange Liquid - Purchased by a Merchant in Shella or found in dungeons. Restores 1 or 2 hearts.
  • Wheat - Received by family when grown from Wheat Seeds. Only for selling.
  • Flour - Received by family when grown from Wheat Seeds. Only for selling.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates

In Ring of Fates food cannot be carried or purchased. They appear in dungeons after defeating an enemy and are immediately consumed by characters once picked up. They restore 80, 100, or 120 HP or SP depending on Tribe and type of food.

  • Round Corn - Restores HP
  • Striped Apple - Restores SP
  • Cherry Cluster - Restores SP
  • Rainbow Grapes - Restores SP
  • Star Carrot - Restores HP
  • Gourd Potato - Restores HP

Clavats are the best users of Food; all items in Ring of Fates restore 100 HP/SP when eaten by them.

References

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King

In My Life as a King, food that appeared in past games do not make appearances but are mentioned by the Padarak Citizens after shopping at the Bakery or sometimes the Emporium.

  • Striped Apple Bun
  • Striped Hot Pie
  • Rainbow Croissant
  • Round Corn Bun
  • Star Carrot



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Guild Wars

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From GuildWiki

This category lists the culinary goods of Guild Wars.

Pages in category "Food"

The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total.

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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to Category:Food article)

From Grand Theft Wiki

There are several food outlets in GTA games.

Subcategories

This category has only the following subcategory.

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Pages in category "Food"

The following 108 pages are in this category, out of 108 total.

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

G cont.

H

J

K

L

M

N

P

R

R cont.

S

T

U

V

W

Y

Media in category "Food"

The following 81 files are in this category, out of 81 total.


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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From Lostpedia

Sawyer and Kate with a bundle of plantains gathered by Kate

After the crash of Flight 815, the survivors' main sources of food are fruit collected from the jungle, fish from the ocean, and DHARMA food from the Swan or the supply drop.

Contents

Foods gathered by the survivors

Collecting food is dangerous, hard work
Hurley's fruit salad, as Desmond predicts the future.
Charlie's fruit salad courtship of Claire in "Par Avion"

The survivors have several sources of food, but mainly just protein and carbohydrates. The survivors used remaining airplane food as their main source of food until it ran out around the time of the episode "Walkabout". This is depicted when Hurley delivers two trays of it to Claire in "Pilot, Part 1".

Protein

  • Pork from feral boars, generally hunted and killed by John Locke. (However, since filming with boars was found to be a production nightmare (Lost: On Location (Season 1)), boar has been deemphasized as part of the Lostaway diet.)
  • Seafood, including fish and sea urchin, usually procured by Jin, who was raised by a fisherman, and mussels, which can be pulled off the rocks at the beach.
  • Jin was seen chopping a fish on board The Elizabeth in "The Glass Ballerina". The red fish was likely an Onaga, a deep-water fish unlikely to be caught fishing off a sailboat.
  • The Tailies successfully caught, killed and cooked up a feral chicken, however, chickens have not been seen near the main camp. It is possible that Goodwin smuggled in the chicken from the Barracks.
  • Danielle is depicted in a deleted scene on the Season 1 DVDs as eating a raw egg, likely liberated from a bird's nest. In addition, in a deleted scene on the Season 2 DVDs, Rose is seen cooking powdered eggs.
  • Rabbits, Nathan and Bernard build a a trap which is supposed to catch rabbits in "The Other 48 Days" it is unknown however if they were successful. Alex also is skinning a rabbit in "Greatest Hits".

Carbohydrates

  • Fruit, including plantains, bananas, mangos, passion fruit, guava and papayas,

often gathered by Kate

  • Coconut milk and the flesh of the coconut.
  • Locke is seen eating an orange in "Pilot, Part 1" as Kate removes a pair of boots from a corpse.
  • The contents of Sun's garden, which have not been specifically identified but both herbs (which may be either medicinal and/or edible) and fruit tree saplings (specifically guava, passion fruit and mango) have been mentioned. ("Hearts and Minds")

Fruit salad

Fruit salad has appeared on the Island several times in Season 3. It seems Hurley is often the one preparing the salad, and this might be a result of the choices about his eating habits he made in the Season 2 episode, "Dave".

In "Par Avion", Charlie courts Claire using a surprise bowl of fruit salad.

DHARMA-branded foods

Desmond's merlot from "Live Together, Die Alone"
DHARMA-product on display at the ABC Commissary ("Disney's Hollywood Studios")
The Swan pantry
The chocolate cream cookie box
DHARMA-product on display at the ABC Commissary ("Disney's Hollywood Studios")
DHARMA food at Lost: The Auction
  • The DHARMA Initiative provides a range of DHARMA-branded staples familiar to consumers of a Western diet. This food, originally discovered in the Swan, was the source of a large feast in "Everybody Hates Hugo". The survivors later obtained more DHARMA foods from a supply drop. Some of these foods have an unnaturally long shelf life, as the ranch dressing, at least, can last for seven years without refrigeration.
  • Much of the food is labeled DI 9FFTR731.
  • List of DHARMA-supplied food:
    • Peanut butter
    • Apollo candy bars first found in the Swan pantry by Kate (who could not resist eating one), and by Hurley in a dream. Rose was also seen saving one for her missing husband Bernard.
    • Ranch composite
    • Dharmalars
    • Wine
    • Rum (Juliet drinks a bottle after the Freighter explodes.) ("There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3")
    • Macaroni and Cheese Supper
    • Green Beans
    • Salami sausage (among supplies Hurley was packing for his and Libby's picnic)
    • Chocolate cream cookies (Hurley gives Sawyer some advice on how to separate the cookie from the frosting)
    • Nutribar (Sawyer offers Hurley one on the hike to free Walt)
    • Fish crackers (look similar to Goldfish)
    • Tuna (Rose mentions it to Hurley while they're doing the survey and it looks like Kate and Jack are eating some during the party)
    • Olive oil (label visible in pantry picture)
    • Ketchup (label visible in pantry picture)
    • Pickles (label visible in pantry picture)
    • Vegetable oil (label visible in pantry picture)
    • Pasta (label visible in pantry picture)
    • Apple cider (label visible in pantry picture)
    • “Crepes Au Chocolat” was one of the many edibles found in Hurley's food stash. It appears this is the only item that has a French name.
    • DHARMA brand bottled water (given to Jack by Juliet in "A Tale of Two Cities")
    • DHARMA Beer and Light Beer (seen in "Tricia Tanaka Is Dead")
    • Soda Crackers (seen in "Enter 77")
    • Tomato Sauce
    • Olives (label seen in Swan pantry and in Sawyer's stash)
    • Pork and Beans (label visible in Swan pantry)
    • Whole Wheat Kernel Corn (label visible in Swan pantry)
    • Mushrooms (label visible in Swan pantry)
    • "Mountain Dew" like beverage (label visible in Swan pantry (left))
    • Spiced Pork and Ham (visible in Ben's refrigerator in "The Man from Tallahassee")
    • Powdered milk (label visible in camp kitchen in "The Man Behind the Curtain")
    • Sausages (label visible at the boar barbecue in "Left Behind")
    • A-1 Sauce (visible and mentioned at the boar barbecue in "Left Behind")
  • DHARMA-supplied food, as seen in Hurley's stash, or being eaten by Hurley from his stash:
    • Potato chips
    • Toasted oats cereal
    • Assorted cookies
    • Marshmallows
    • Apple sauce
    • Mandarin oranges
    • Kidney beans
    • Sweet peas
    • Pears
    • Crackers

Non-branded DHARMA food

In the 1970's at the Barracks, DHARMA had access to a variety of fresh foods including:


The Others’ food

Juliet with a grilled cheese sandwich.

Miscellaneous foods

Right before she dies, Juliet tell Sawyer they should get coffee. ("LA X, Parts 1 & 2")

Plot elements

  • Kate tells her husband Kevin that she "doesn't do 'taco night'" before she leaves him. ("I Do")
  • Dave constantly tries to make Hurley eat, including on "taco night", and mentioning leftover lasagna at the institution. ("Dave")
  • Sawyer, Kate, Jack, and Hurley play poker with the stakes initially being fruit. ("Lockdown")
  • Sawyer's cage as prisoner of the Others is a device designed to give a food and water reward for certain sequences of behaviors.
  • Cattle outside the Flame, as well as beef stored inside, were featured in "Enter 77".
  • Ben insolently asks Jack and Locke "Do you guys got any milk?" ("The Whole Truth")
  • The Oceanic Six's story of subsisting on fish and coconuts is related as unbelievable in the Season 4 DVD extra "The Oceanic Six: A Conspiracy of Lies."
  • Miles orders a fish taco from La Vida Tacos, then sarcastically says that Bram owes him another one after having been kidnapped in a van. ("Some Like It Hoth")
  • Locke fixes a captive Ben a breakfast consisting of a melon and fried eggs. ("Eggtown")

See also


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Food, in RuneScape, is what enables the player to regain hitpoints, although some foods may have other effects as well. Food can be obtained through the Cooking skill, as a drop from certain monsters, from some random events such as the Sandwich Lady random event, from other players, or from non-player characters.


There are several kinds of food, such as fish and meat, bread, cakes, pies, and even pizza. Some foods, such as pies, cakes and pizzas, have two or more "bites" or "slices". There are also foods which grows from the ground such as potatoes, cabbages, and onions; those items can be put into baskets and sacks. There are also special foods such as spinach roll and baguette gained from random events. Lastly, there are holiday items food such as pumpkin and easter egg. It is strongly recommended that a player does not eat holiday items, as some are rare and extremely valuable.

Some foods have effect on skills other than hitpoints. For example, wine makes your hitpoints go up, though it has a downside. If a player drinks a jug of wine and then goes to the skills tab, it can be seen that the player's attack level temporarily decreased, while the strength level increased. The negative effect eventually wears off, though, and the affected stat is back to normal within some time. Most of such effects do not stack.

Contents

Common foods

Here are some common foods. A complete list of cooked foods can be found in the Cooking skill page.

Image Name Heals Members? GE Price Price/HP Weight Notes
File:Crayfish.gif Crayfish 1 No 16 16 Unknown Discovered during the tutorial quest Learning the Ropes.
File:Anchovies.PNG Anchovies 1 No 52 52 0.1 Low level players fish and cook these for easy food
File:shrimp.PNG Shrimp 3 No 4 1.33 0.5 Low level players fish and cook these for easy food.
File:Cooked chicken.PNG Cooked chicken 3 No 28 9.33 0.1 Low level players cook raw chicken for easy food.
File:Cooked meat.PNG cooked meat 3 No 61 20.33 0.25 Low level players cook raw meat (such as raw beef or raw rat meat) for easy food.
File:Bread.gif Bread 5 No 31 6.2 0.5 Baked by players, see Cooking skill.
File:Herring.PNG Herring 5 No 10 2 0.5 Players fish and cook these for food.
File:Mackerel.PNG Mackerel 6 Yes 9 1.5 0.3 Players fish and cook these for food.
File:Trout.PNG Trout 7 No 28 4 0.4 Players fish and cook these for food.
File:Pike.PNG Pike 8 No 71 8.88 Unknown Players fish and cook these for food.
File:Salmon.PNG Salmon 9 No 86 9.56 0.5 Players fish and cook these for food.
File:Tuna.PNG Tuna 10 No 132 13.2 0.4 Players fish and cook these for food.
File:Cake.png Cake 12 No 144 12 0.2 Baked by players, see Cooking skill. Also thieved from East Ardougne market. Takes 3 bites to eat (each healing 4).
File:Lobster.PNG Lobster 12 No 364 30.33 0.35 Players fish and cook these for food.
File:Bass.PNG Bass 13 Yes 429 33 <0.5 Players fish and cook these for food.
File:Swordfish.PNG Swordfish 14 No 500 35.71 Unknown Players fish and cook these for food. Used by non-member PKers.
File:Bottleofwine.PNG Bottle of wine 14 Yes 160 11.43 1 Reduces attack temporarily by 3, can be stolen from Wine stall in Draynor market
File:Potato cheese.gif Potato with cheese 16 Yes 891 55.69 0.5 Heals the same amount as Monkfish.
File:Cookedmonkfish.PNG Monkfish 16 Yes 455 28.44 0.4 Players fish and cook these for food. Commonly used by members as a cheap but less effective alternative to shark.
File:Anchovy pizza.gif Anchovy Pizza 18 No 1727 95.94 Unknown Players cook these for food. It is eaten in 2 bites (healing 9 each bite).
File:Shark.PNG Shark 20 Yes 1539 76.95 0.6 Players fish and cook these for food. Used commonly by members.
File:sea turtle.PNG Sea turtle 21 Yes 2738 136.9 0.35 Players playing the fishing trawler mini-game and then cook these for food. Used by memberplayer killers or in difficult quests.
File:Pineapple pizza.gif Pineapple Pizza 22 Yes 1858 84.45 0.35 Players cook these for food. It is eaten in 2 bites (healing 11 each bite).
File:manta ray.PNG Manta ray 22 Yes 3101 140.95 0.4 Players playing the fishing trawler mini-game and then cook these for food. Used by memberplayer killers or in difficult quests.
File:Potato_tunasweetcorn.gif Tuna potato 22 Yes 2094 95.18 0.5 Heals as much and as fast (one bite) as manta ray, but is cheaper.
File:wild pie.gif Wild pie 22 Yes 2874 130.64 Unknown This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. It takes two bites to eat, with each bite healing 11 Hitpoints, and boosting up to 4 Ranged and 5 Slayer levels.
File:summer pie.gif Summer pie 22 Yes 1452 66 Unknown This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. It takes two bites to eat, with each bite healing 11 Hitpoints, and boosting up to 5 Agility levels, and restoring 20% of your energy.
File:ImageRocktail.gif Rocktail 23 Yes 2485 112.95 0.35 This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. When eaten, they heal 23 hitpoints and can heal a player up to 10 Hitpoints higher than the maximum HP.

Notes

When players are selecting the right food for the next venture, there are a few factors to keep in mind:

  • Effectiveness: If players know exactly what they're going to be facing, they should try to find food that heals for more than their max hit in one bite. E.g., a TzHaar-Ket will generally hit 15. Therefore, shark and monkfish are adequate while lobsters might prove ineffective in that scenario.
  • Cost: How much will healing each hitpoint cost? Sharks are 1539 coins each and heal 20 hitpoints. Monkfish heal 16 hitpoints and cost 455 coins, making them more cost effective. Also, what foods can be made on by the player for free? Is it worth it to invest the time to do so?
  • Space: How much space will the food take up in player's inventory? Is it better to carry multiple bite foods such as a basket of strawberries or single bite foods like monkfish? Is space important enough to justify taking less food or more expensive, high-healing food?
  • Restoration: Monkfish cost 455 coins and heal 16. Potatoes with cheese heal 16 also. Depending on the GE price, it may cost less to use potatoes with cheese over monkfish.
  • Time: How much time will it take to eat your food? Is it better to take high healing manta rays (Heals 22 - 1 bite) or the much cheaper summer pies (Heals 11 per bite - 2 bites)?

Trivia

  • Purple Sweets are the only stackable food in the game, healing 1-3 health and restoring 10% run energy.
  • The mouse cursor for eating (After 2 September updates) represents a half-eaten apple, although you can't eat apples in RuneScape.

See also



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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See Memory-Alpha.org for the canon Star Trek wiki.

Food and beverages from distant worlds are popular on Starfleet menus. Some non-human Starfleet personnel similarly find human cuisine amusing.

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Andorian

  • Andorian frost eel (TOSS # 4: "Officers' Mess")
  • Andorian rime leaf (TOSS # 4: "Officers' Mess")

Bajoran

Deltan

  • Deltan musk fungus (TOSS # 4: "Officers' Mess", # 7: "Deltan Musk Fungus")

Earth

A cup of tea

Klingon

Romulan

Vulcan

  • Vulcan p'tah beans (TOSS # 4: "Officers' Mess")

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010
(Redirected to Category:Food article)

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Various foodstuffs.

Subcategories

This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.


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SWG Wiki

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From SWG Wiki

Food is a type of item.

List of food

Food Effect Duration Quantity
Ahrisa Poison absorption +12, Poison Resistance +3
Air Cake Precision +5, Strength +12
Almond-Kwevvu Crisp Munchies Agility +12, Stamina +10
Bivoli Tempari Constitution +40, Stamina +96
Blob Candy Stamina +12
Blood Chowder Constitution +48, Stamina +25
Bofa Treat Strength +6, Constitution +5
Caramelized Pkneb Precision +3, Strength +6
Cavaellin Creams Quick resuscitation +2.4
Chandad Surveying +12
Cho-Nor-Hoola Luck +60.000004
Citros Snow Cake Luck +60.000004, Stamina +30
Crispic Precision +24, Stamina +15
Deneelian Fizz Pudding Luck +72, Block chance +3, Block value +30
Dustcrepe Luck +18, Stamina +15
Dweezel Stamina +48
Exo-Protein Wafers Luck +5, Stamina +6
Gorrnar Constitution +25, Stamina +60.000004
Gruuvan Shaal Precision +96
Havla Stamina +40, Strength +60.000004
K-18 Rations Agility +18
Kanali Wafers Constitution +24
Karkan Ribenes Agility +48
Kiwik Clusjo Swirl Agility +36, Constitution +25
Kommerken Steak Foraging +12, Treasure map foraging +5
Meat Jerky Constitution +3.1499999
Ormachek Precision +60.000004, Stamina +30
Parwan Nutricake Constitution 11-16
Pikatta Pie Constitution +84
Pyollian Cake Constitution +72, Precision +20
Rakririan Burnout Sauce Precision +30, Strength +60.000004
Scrimpi Stamina +40, Heal potency +72
Smuggler's Delight Spice downer resistance +2.4
Synthsteak Constitution +20, Luck +36
Teltier Noodles Constitution +15, Luck +18
Terratta Constitution +96, Stamina +40
Thakitillo Stamina +96, Parry chance +3
Travel Biscuits Agility +24, Movement +15
Trimpian Constitution +40, +72 Heal potency
Vagnerian Canape Agility +36, Constitution +15, Stamina +15
Vegeparsine Agility +66, Constitution +40
Veghash Creature harvesting +18
Vercupti of Agazza Boleruuee Precision +183.96, Evasion chance +3, Evasion value +30
Won-Won Agility +12, Constitution +10

See also


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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

This page refers to food items. There is also a spell called Food (Spell).

A food is any edible item (besides a mana fluid or life fluid) that will regenerate Hit Points and Mana Points for a specific number of seconds each. There are several types of food. Some examples of food are the common Ham and Meat to the more classy Salmon and Coconut.

See also: List of Food by Regen per Gold.

List of Food by Regen per Oz

Name Attrib Weight Regain Seconds Regain/Oz Dropped By
Baking Tray (With Dough) 12.00 oz 0 sec 0 None.
Lump of Cake Dough stackable
1.00 oz 0 sec 0 Grynch Clan Goblin
Lump of Dough stackable
1.00 oz 0 sec 0 None.
Lump of Chocolate Dough stackable
1.00 oz 0 sec 0 None.
Party Cake 7.00 oz 0 sec 0 None.
Meat stackable
edible
13.00 oz 180 sec 14 Hero, Rotworm, Carrion Worm, Yeti, Troll, Island Troll, Orc, Sheep, Black Sheep, Deer, Minotaur Archer, Minotaur Guard, Hunter, Valkyrie, Behemoth, Cyclops, Cyclops Drone, Cyclops Smith, Wolf, Rabbit, Larva, Scarab, Orc Leader, Orc Rider, Orc Berserker, Orc Spearman, Orc Marauder, Orc Warlord, Warlord Ruzad, Orc Warrior, Wild Warrior, Badger, Bear, Hyaena, Lion, Pig, Polar Bear, War Wolf, Winter Wolf, Gargoyle, Fire Devil, Bandit, Panda, Hydra, Tiger, Terror Bird, Carniphila, Crocodile, Elephant, Smuggler, Minotaur, Chicken, Toad, General Murius, Island Troll, Destroyer, Fury, Juggernaut, Nightmare, Frost Giant, Frost Giantess,Sea Serpent, Young Sea Serpent, Apprentice Sheng, Crazed Beggar.
Pumpkin edible
13.50 oz 204 sec 15 None.
Ham stackable
edible
20.00 oz 360 sec 18 Bear, Carniphila, Crocodile, Deer, Elephant, Gargoyle, Hydra, Lion, Orc Berserker, Panda, Polar Bear, Rotworm, Carrion Worm, Smuggler, Tortoise, Thornback Tortoise, Tiger, War Wolf, Yeti, Juggernaut, Dark Torturer, Nightmare, Hacker, Frost Giant, Frost Giantess.
Green Perch stackable
edible
8.00 oz 180 sec 23 Penguin, Chakoya Windcaller, Dire Penguin, Undead Jester
Bread stackable
edible
5.00 oz 120 sec 24 Elf Arcanist, Fernfang, Fire Devil, Monk, Dark Monk, Warlock.
Brown Bread stackable
edible
4.00 oz 96 sec 24 Amazon, Black Knight, Gang Member
Cake edible
5.00 oz 120 sec 24 None.
Dragon Ham stackable
edible
30.00 oz 720 sec 24 Dragon, Dragon Hatchling, Dragon Lord, Dragon Lord Hatchling, Frost Dragon, Frost Dragon Hatchling, Wyvern, Juggernaut, Demodras, Sea Serpent, Young Sea Serpent, Wyrm.
Ice Cream Cone (Venorean Dream) edible
1.00 oz 24 sec 24 None.
Melon stackable
edible
9.50 oz 240 sec 25 Elf Arcanist, Sibang.
Northern Pike stackable
edible
8.30 oz 204 sec 25 Chakoya Tribewarden,Chakoya Toolshaper, Chakoya Windcaller, Penguin.
Rainbow Trout stackable
edible
12.00 oz 300 sec 25 Penguin, Chakoya Windcaller,Dire Penguin
Chocolate Cake edible
5.00 oz 132 sec 26 None.
Cheese stackable
edible
4.00 oz 108 sec 27 Rat, Cave Rat, Green Djinn, Munster.
Mango stackable
edible
1.80 oz 48 sec 27 Island Troll
Scarab Cheese edible
4.00 oz 108 sec 27 None.
Fish stackable
edible
5.20 oz 144 sec 28 Blood Crab, Chakoya Toolshaper, Chakoya Tribewarden, Chakoya Windcaller, Crab, Dire Penguin, Frost Troll, Swamp Troll, Orc Leader, Orc Warlord, Warlord Ruzad, Penguin, Toad, Thornback Tortoise, Goblin , Tortoise.
Valentine's Cake edible
5.00 oz 144 sec 29 Grynch Clan Goblin
Decorated Cake edible
6.00 oz 180 sec 30 None.
Corncob stackable
edible
3.50 oz 108 sec 31 Orc Shaman, Barbarian Brutetamer
Cream Cake edible
5.00 oz 180 sec 36 Grynch Clan Goblin, Mad Scientist.
Roll stackable
edible
1.00 oz 36 sec 36 Hunter, Poacher, Crazed Beggar
Carrot stackable
edible
1.60 oz 60 sec 38 Rabbit, Minotaur Mage, Blue Djinn, Apprentice Sheng.
Salmon stackable
edible
3.20 oz 120 sec 38 None
Jalapeño Pepper stackable
edible
0.30 oz 12 sec 40 None.
Marlin stackable
edible
18.00 oz 720 sec 40 Island Troll, Undead Jester.
Cucumber stackable
edible
2.00 oz 84 sec 42 Hydra.
Grapes stackable
edible
2.50 oz 108 sec 43 Hero, Elf Scout.
Bulb of Garlic stackable
edible
1.40 oz 60 sec 43 Skunk
Onion stackable
edible
1.40 oz 60 sec 43 None.
Pear stackable
edible
1.40 oz 60 sec 43 Dwarf Geomancer, Efreet, Marid.
Coconut stackable
edible
4.80 oz 216 sec 45 Sibang.
Beetroot stackable
edible
1.30 oz 60 sec 46 Badger
Plum stackable
edible
1.30 oz 60 sec 46 Elf.
Candy Cane stackable
edible
0.50 oz 24 sec 48 Grynch Clan Goblin
Gingerbreadman edible
5.00 oz 240 sec 48 None
Red Apple stackable
edible
1.50 oz 72 sec 48 Priestess, Omruc, Valkyrie.
Banana stackable
edible
1.80 oz 96 sec 53 Sibang, Kongra, Merlkin, Hairman The Huge, Grynch Clan Goblin.
Blueberry stackable
edible
0.20 oz 12 sec 60 Marid.
Cherry stackable
edible
0.20 oz 12 sec 60 Bug, Warlock.
Lemon stackable
edible
0.20 oz 12 sec 60 None.
Raspberry stackable
edible
0.20 oz 12 sec 60 Infernalist, Smuggler.
Potato stackable
edible
1.70 oz 120 sec 71 Gargoyle, Nomad.
Tomato stackable
edible
1.00 oz 72 sec 72 Bandit
Red Mushroom stackable
edible
0.50 oz 48 sec 96 Hellspawn, Haunted Treeling
Shrimp stackable
edible
0.50 oz 48 sec 96 Quara Constrictor, Quara Hydromancer, Quara Mantassin, Quara Pincher, Thul.
Strawberry stackable
edible
0.20 oz 24 sec 120 Gargoyle
Orange stackable
edible
1.10 oz 156 sec 142 Hunter, Sibang, Grynch Clan Goblin.
Candy stackable
edible
0.05 oz 12 sec 240 The Mutated Pumpkin
Cookie stackable
edible
0.10 oz 24 sec 240 Witch, Cave Rat, Munster, Grynch Clan Goblin.
Egg stackable
edible
0.30 oz 72 sec 240 Chicken (rare), Rabbit (only during the Easter holiday), Wild Warrior
Coloured Egg (Blue) stackable
edible
0.30 oz 72 sec 240 Chicken, Rabbit, Silver Rabbit (only during the Easter holiday).
Coloured Egg (Green) stackable
edible
0.30 oz 72 sec 240 Chicken, Rabbit, Silver Rabbit (only during the Easter holiday).
Coloured Egg (Purple) stackable
edible
0.30 oz 72 sec 240 Chicken, Rabbit, Silver Rabbit (only during the Easter holiday).
Coloured Egg (Red) stackable
edible
0.30 oz 72 sec 240 Chicken, Rabbit, Silver Rabbit (only during the Easter holiday).
Coloured Egg (Yellow) stackable
edible
0.30 oz 72 sec 240 Chicken, Rabbit, Silver Rabbit (only during the Easter holiday).
White Mushroom stackable
edible
0.40 oz 108 sec 270 Dwarf, Dwarf Soldier, Dwarf Guard, Dwarf Geomancer, Thornback Tortoise, Skeleton Warrior, Haunted Treeling
Tortoise Egg stackable
edible
0.30 oz 96 sec 320 Tortoise, Thornback Tortoise
Tortoise Egg from Nargor stackable
edible
0.30 oz 96 sec 320 None.
Some Mushrooms stackable
edible
0.10 oz 36 sec 360 None
Wood Mushroom stackable
edible
0.30 oz 108 sec 360 Priestess
Yummy Gummy Worm stackable
edible
0.20 oz 88 sec 440 The Mutated Pumpkin.
Peanut stackable
edible
0.10 oz 48 sec 480 Squirrel, Grynch Clan Goblin, Mutated Human
Walnut stackable
edible
0.10 oz 48 sec 480 Grynch Clan Goblin, Squirrel
Bar of Chocolate edible
0.10 oz 60 sec 600 Nightmare Scion, Undead Jester
Green Mushroom stackable
edible
0.10 oz 60 sec 600 Bonebeast, Dreadbeast, Necromancer, Dragon Lord, Serpent Spawn, Necropharus, Demodras, Ice Witch, Frost Dragon, Mutated Rat, The Noxious Spawn
Dark Mushroom stackable
edible
0.10 oz 72 sec 720 Warlock, Carniphila.
Orange Mushroom stackable
edible
0.30 oz 360 sec 1200 Dryad, Haunted Treeling.
Brown Mushroom stackable
edible
0.20 oz 264 sec 1320 Thornback Tortoise, Skeleton Warrior, Undead Mine Worker, Ushuriel, Orc Leader
Some Mushrooms (Brown) stackable
edible
0.10 oz 144 sec 1440 None
Fire Mushroom stackable
edible
0.10 oz 432 sec 4320 Demon

Food with Unknown Regen per Oz Ratio

Name Attrib Weight Regain Seconds Regain/Oz Dropped By
Ice Cream Cone (Chilly Cherry) edible
1.00 oz 24 sec 24 None.
Ice Cream Cone (Crispy Chocolate Chips) edible
1.00 oz 24 sec 24 None.
Ice Cream Cone (Blue-Barian) edible
1.00 oz 24 sec 24 Undead Jester.
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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Cybertronian food article)

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Despite being robotic constructs, Transformers seem to have certain substances that are analogous to food.

How the Transformers eat the food is up to debate, because some of them don't have mouths.

These food articles include, but are not limited to, the following:

Contents

Seasonings

The Predacon, Rampage claims to enjoy consuming ants prepared in a blend of grated gears and mech fluid.
  • Lead sulfide crystals
Chemical formula: PbS
Lead sulfide crystals are a Femaxian's best friend
Lead sulfide, also known as galena, occurs naturally on planet Earth. It is an important ore of lead, and forms dull, grayish, cubical crystals of varying size. It is also a natural semiconductor, and as such was vital in the early days of radio, when a single galena crystal was used as a 'detector' for radio waves.
Lead sulfide crystals are also a Cybertronian food product, and are apparently delicious when combined with savory mercury sauce and flavorful iron filings as garnish for a tasty robot. They are, of course, poisonous and quite inedible for humans. It should be noted that crystals found on Femax emit a greenish glow in the visible spectrum; this may indicate that they are formed from an unknown radioactive lead isotope.
Lead sulfide additive appears to act as an anti-allergy remedy for some Transformers. Lightspeed must take some with his fuel or break out with a rust rash and other troubling symptoms.
The effect of common gray galena on robot tastebuds is not known. Recipe for Disaster!

Entrees

  • Cesium salami and beryllium baloney (maybe)
Cesium salami and beryllium baloney are referenced by the Dinobots Grimlock and Slag while they are wandering the surface of Quintessa trying to locate their comrades. It is unclear whether they are actual Cybertronian foods or merely a figure of speech. The Transformers: The Movie

Desserts

  • Oil cake
Oil cake is apparently a simply made Cybertronian dessert. One assumes it goes down smooth. Roll For It

Beverages

It could be soda or beer, only Ironhide and Prowl know for sure. War and Peace
Drinking too much of it will cause a Transformer get drunk "overcharged". Microbots
  • Botropolis Special
A drink served at The Blue Deployer.
  • Polonium Spritzer
Another drink served at The Blue Deployer.
  • Afternoon Tea
Shockwave enjoys a cup of afternoon tea after conducting evil morally ambiguous experiments. Optimus Prime thinks it's evil. Bee in the City
A drink that can make Transformers "dizzy". Usually drank as an alternative to Earth Eggnog at Christmas time. Human Error, Part 1

Organic foods

Transformers

  • According to Grimlock, other Transformers. Note that while he has a faceplate in robot mode (his cousin on the other hand...), his altmode has a mouth, with a lot of teeth ...
  • Rampage taunted Depth Charge over how he used to have friends in the Maximal security forces that he killed. Tasty friends, according to him.

Other

Note: Unprocessed coal is not appropriate food, as it did not prevent Megatron from locking up due to a lack of energy. I, Robot Master!

Footnotes

  1. Thundercracker Cyber Key Bio.

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