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Up to date as of February 13, 2010

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A generic term applied broadly to any of various small, soft-boned, saltwater fish such as Sprat and young Pilchard and Herring. These tiny fish are iridescent and silvery and swim in huge schools, usually near the water's surface. Fresh sardines are available on a limited basis during the summer months, usually only along the coast where they're caught. In general, their fatty flesh is best when grilled, broiled or fried. In the United States, sardines are more commonly found salted, smoked or canned, either in oil, tomato sauce or mustard sauce. Some are packed as is, while others are skinned, boned and sold as fillets. The name is thought to have come from the young pilchards caught off the coast of Sardinia, which were one of the first fish packed in oil.

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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This article is about cooked sardines. For the raw version, see Raw sardine.

Sardines are one of the first items that can be cooked with a requirement of level 1 Cooking. They can be cooked by using a raw sardine with a fire or a range. Each sardine can be consumed to heal 4 hitpoints. Players stop burning sardines at around level 34 Cooking. They are the most efficient food in the game, in terms of value for money, costing 1 coin per health. However, they're only useful for low-level training, or instances where players won't take much damage, as having enough to heal an adequate amount of hitpoints will fill up most of the player's inventory.

Cooked sardines, along with raw ones, can be used to feed kittens.

Tools/Utensils None
Ingredients Raw sardine
Fishing Level 5
Fishing Method Bait
Fishing Spot Sea Baiting (Net/Bait)
Fishing Experience 20
Cooking Level 1
Level at which it stops burning ~34
Cooking Experience 40
Range Only? No
Instructions Use raw sardine with fire or range.
Servings 1
HP per Serving 4


A player would have to buy 325,861 raw sardines for 1,629,305 coins to go from 1 to 99 cooking. Although slower than other methods, it is an extremely cost-effective option.

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