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Recipes

Up to date as of February 13, 2010

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The king mackerel (also called kingfish) is probably the best known of this family of fish. The mackerel has a firm, high-fat flesh with a pleasant savory flavor. When small (about 1 pound), it's sold whole. Larger fish are cut into fillets and steaks. Mackerel is also available smoked or salted. The latter must be soaked overnight before using to leach excess salt. Mackerel can be cooked in almost any manner including broiling, baking and sautéing.


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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Mackerel is a members-only fish that can be cooked from raw mackerel with a cooking level of 10. When cooked, it grants 60 cooking xp. When consumed, mackerel will restore 6 of a player's hitpoints.

Mackerel is one of the cheapest foods in game, costing less than 1.5 coins per a hitpoint of healing. It is much less expensive than some other popular foods, such as Monkfish, which costs over 30 coins per hitpoint.

Tools/Utensils None
Ingredients Raw mackerel
Fishing Level 16
Fishing Method Big fishing net
Fishing Spot Net/Harpoon
Fishing Experience 20
Cooking Level 10
Level at which it stops burning 45
Cooking Experience 60
Range Only? No
Instructions Use a raw mackerel with a fire or a range.
Servings 1
HP per Serving 6

Please note: All fish articles are undergoing a major rewrite to comply with the new policies in RS:G. Please do not revert edits made to this template or articles.


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