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Lots of Food Mod 1.10.2/1.7.10 adds more and more food, its french name is “Plus d’aliments”. It also allows you to farm red pepper and vine. Along with decorative items, farmable crops and a new randomly generated structure.

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Crafting Recipes:

Pepper:

Pepper seeds allow you to farm pepper, that grows on grass. It doesn’t need any water to grow. When the peppers are mature, break the crop and you will get 1 to 3 peppers. After that, you’ll be able to craft pepper seeds from pepper.
Eating a pepper gives you 2 food points, but sets you on fire for a few seconds.

Chorizo:

It gives you back 3 food points.

Chili con carne:

It gives you back 6 food points. You can stack it by 32.

Chocolate:

It gives you back 3 food points and it’s useful to many recipes.

Pepper chocolate:

It gives you back 5 food points.

White Chocolate:

It gives you back 3 food points.

White Chocolate Cookies:

They give you back 0.5 food point each.

Chocolate bread:

It gives you back 2 food points.

Candy:

It gives you back 1.5 food points, and grants a 5 seconds random potion effect among the following: speed, haste, strength, jump boost, regeneration or night vision.

Chocolate block:

It can be useful to store chocolate, because you can reverse this craft (puting a block in the crafting grid gives you 3 chocolate bars). You can also craft chocolate fences and stairs.

Sugar bricks:

They can be useful to store sugar, because you can reverse this craft. You can also craft sugar fences and stairs.

Caramel:

It gives you back half a food point, but it’s useful to make other foods. You can stack it by 16.
To prevent recipe conflicts, the config file allows you to change the caramel smelting recipe, from sugar powder -> caramel to sugar bricks -> caramel block.

Caramel block:

The caramel block slows down any creature that walks on it (like soulsand), and it’s useful to make caramel ice creams, or to store caramel, because you can reverse this craft. You can also craft caramel fences and stairs.

Toffee apple:

It gives you back 4 food points.
You can stack it by 32.

Caramel pork:

It gives you back 6 food points.

Hard boiled egg:

It gives you back 1 food point.
You can stack it by 16.

Tomato:

Tomato seeds are found by breaking tall grass, like wheat seeds (but 10 times rarer). They can be planted on farmland.
Tomatoes give you back 1 food point and are useful ingredients.
Once you have tomatoes, you can use them to plant more:

Pasta:

Plain pasta give you back 4 food points.
Pepper pasta and pasta with tomato sauce give you back 6 food points.
Chicken pasta give you back 7 food points.
Mushrooms pasta give you back 8 food points.
Pasta carbonara give you back 9 food points.

You can stack them by 32.

Corn:

Corn can be found in jungles. It can be farmed on grass, gives you back 1.5 food points and can substitute for wheat to make pasta and bread:

Popcorn:

It gives you back 2.5 food points.

Marshmallows:

They give you back 1 food point. To toast them, put them on a stick and swing them in fire.
Toasted marshmallows give you back 2 food points.

Soups:

Cactus soup gives you back 1 food point.
Pumpkin, fish and chicken soup give you back 3 food points.
Vegetable soup gives you back 3.5 food points.
You can stack them by 32.

Mashed potato:

It gives you back 6.5 food points.
You can stack it by 32.

Steak tartare:

It gives you back 3 food points.

Seaweed:

It can be found in oceans, lakes and rivers. You can farm it underwater. Seaweed is not edible but it can be used to make foods.

Sushi:

It gives you back 2 food points. It can be crafted using any kind of fish.

Seaweed stew:

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It gives you back 1.5 food points.
You can stack it by 32.

Takoyaki:

It gives you back 3.5 food points.

Pho:

It gives you back 5.5 food points.

Steak and fries:

It gives you back 6 food points.

Fish and chips:

It gives you back 4 food points.

Purified meat:

It gives you back 2 food points, like rotten flesh, but you can’t get poisoned by eating it.
If you consider it to be too easy, this recipe can be disabled in the config file.

Bacon:

Raw bacon gives you back 0.5 food points, cooked 1.5.

Cheese:

You can get a bucket of cheese by cooking a bucket of milk. Then you will be able to craft cheese from it, and you’ll get your bucket back. A cheese piece gives you back 2 food points.

Pizza:

It gives you back 1.5 food points.

Slices of bread:

They give you back 1 food point and are useful to make sandwiches.

Sandwiches:

Cheese, ham and bacon sandwiches give you back 5 food points.
Chicken and fish sandwiches give you back 6 food points.
Beef sandwiches give you back 7 food points.

Fortune cookies:

They give you back 1 food point. Each fortune cookie contains a message.

Grape:

You can sometimes get grape by killing a zombie (like carrots and potatoes). A grape gives you back 2 food points. It is farmable.

Banana:

Bananas drop from jungle leaves, just like apples drop from oak leaves. They give you back 2 food points.

Cherry:

Cherries drop from birch leaves, just like apples drop from oak leaves. They give you back 1 food point.

Coconut:

You can find coconut palms on beaches. Breaking a coconut block will drop a coconut item, and sometimes a coconut palm sapling (you can plant it on sand). You can throw coconuts at mobs to hurt them. On impact, coconuts break and split into 2 halfs, that are edible and give you back 1 food point each.

Strawberry:

Strawberry plants can be found in regular forests as well as roofed forests. Strawberries can be farmed on grass and give you back 1.5 food points.

Vanilla:

You can get vanilla by breaking vines in a jungle. Vanilla is not edible but it’s useful to make other foods.

Coffee:

Coffee plants can be found in savanna biomes. They drop coffee beans, that you can replant on grass.

Fruit salad:

It gives you back 4 food points.
You can stack it by 32.

Donuts:

Glazed donut gives you back 3 food points.
Strawberry donut gives you back 4 food points.
Grape donut gives you back 4.5 food points.
Chocolate donut gives you back 5.5 food points.

Glasses and Mugs:

They can be used to make drinks and ice creams.
All the drinks in the mod are automatically compatible with Thirst Mod (this can be disabled in the config).

Juices:

They give you back 2.5 food points, except cactus and tomato juices that give back 1.5 food points.
You can stack them by 32.

Alcohols:

You can get wine and cider from grape and apple juice, rum from sugar cane, and vodka from wheat and potato.
Alcohols give you back 2.5 food and health points (3.5 points for vodka). In return, you get a 30 seconds confusion effect (40 seconds for vodka).
You can stack them by 32.
If Thirst Mod is installed, drinking alcohol will increase your thirst!

Milkshakes:

They give you back 4 food points.
You can stack them by 32.

Ice creams:

Strawberry and vanilla ice creams give you back 2.5 food points.
Dark chocolate, white chocolate and melon ice creams give you back 4 food points.
Caramel ice cream gives you back 5 food points.
All the other ice creams give you back 3 food points.
You can stack them by 32.

Ice creams and drinks machine:

This machine allows you to automatically craft ice creams and drinks. Just put the ingredients in the left slots and get what you want from the right slots. You can leave ingredients in the machine, they will be saved and remain inside.

Hot drinks:

Hot drinks can’t be crafted normally, they’re only made in the Ice creams and drinks machine. You can stack them by 32. They are listed below:

  • Hot Chocolate (mug + milk bucket + chocolate): gives you back 3 food points and grants a 40 seconds absorption effect.
  • Coffee (mug + water bucket + 3x coffee beans): gives you back 2 food points and grants a 40 seconds haste effect.
  • Green Tea (mug + water bucket + oak or jungle leaves): clears all active potion effects, then grants a 20 seconds resistance effect.
  • Black Tea (mug + water bucket + spruce or dark oak leaves): clears all active potion effects, then grants a 20 seconds water breathing effect.
  • White Tea (mug + water bucket + birch or acacia leaves): clears all active potion effects, then grants a 20 seconds fire resistance effect.

Banana split:

Made from chocolate, strawberry and vanilla ice cream, it gives you back 9 food points.

Crepes:

Plain crepes give you back 1 food point.
Sugar crepes give you back 1.5 food points.
Caramel crepes give you back 2 food points.
Cheese crepes give you back 4 food points.
Chocolate crepes give you back 5 food points.

Cakes:

They perfom like vanilla cakes, put them somewhere and use left or right click to eat a slice. A cake has 7 slices.
The chocolate cake, the cheesecake and the carrot cake give you back 1.5 food point per slice.
The other cakes give you back 2 food points per slice.
You can stack cakes by 16.

Cupcakes:

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Normal cupcakes give you back 1 food point.
Chocolate cupcakes give you back 1.5 food points.
Strawberry cupcakes give you back 2 food points.

Horse meat:

You get 1 to 3 pieces of horse meat by killing a horse. It gives you back 1.5 food points when raw, and 4 food points when cooked.

Squid meat:

You get 1 or 2 pieces of squid meat by killing a squid. It gives you back 1 food point when raw, and 2 food points when cooked.

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Meat brochettes:

They give you back 2.5 food points.

Hunger cake:

This cake takes away 6 points from your food bar. You can use it for unlimited eating!

Fishes:

You can get these new fishes by fishing: sea basses, hakes, soles, trouts and golden fishes (very rare!).
Sea bass and hake give you back 2 food points when raw, and 4 food points when cooked.
Trouts and soles give you back 1.5 food point when raw, and 3.5 food points when cooked.
Golden fish give you back all your food points, and even all your health when cooked.
You can’t use these fishes with ocelots/cats.
There is a config option to disable the new fishes.

Dog biscuit:

You can use it to tame a wolf straight off. If the wolf is already tamed, the biscuit gives him all his health back.

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Plates:

Plates allow you to display food. They work just like item frames.

Picnic Basket:

This item allows you to carry food around, with its 9 slots inventory. Only edible items can be put inside the basket!

Chef Hat:

Finally, the last item of the mod is an ornamental hat that you can wear during your culinary experiments!

Environment:

Sweet houses:

These houses sometimes appear in the world. They’re made of caramel, sugar and chocolate. In their chests, you can find random foods. Be careful though, they are the dwellings of unfriendly witches.

Requires:

How to install:

  1. Make sure you have already installed Minecraft Forge.
  2. 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.
  3. Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
  4. When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.

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