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'''Food''', in ''RuneScape'', is what enables the player to regain [[life points]], although some foods may have additional or different effects as well. Food can be obtained through the [[Cooking]] and [[Farming]] skills, as a drop from certain [[monster]]s, from other players, or from [[non-player character]]s. The highest healing food for non-members is a [[swordfish]]; for members it is the [[sailfish soup]] with 1 bite. However the fastest healing food for members with multiple bites are [[summer pie]]s which only takes 0.6 seconds per bite (three times faster than some types of food).
   
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A certain [[Constitution]] level is required to gain the maximum benefit from eating certain tiers of food. For example, at level 10 Constitution, a [[rocktail]] will only heal 250 [[life points]] but will heal 2,300 life points instead at level 95. The maximum health recovery from eating food can be determined by multiplying the player's Constitution level by 25. At a constitution level of 50, players can heal up to 1,250 life points per bite of food that has a maximum value of that or more. The required level to eat any food can also be determined by taking the maximum healing value of that food and dividing it by 25. If the player's constitution level is lower than this number, then they will be restricted to healing the maximum for their level.
'''Food''', in ''RuneScape'', is what enables the player to regain [[Health]], although some foods may have other effects as well. Food can be obtained through the [[Cooking]] skill, as a drop from certain [[Monster]]s, from other players, or from [[non-player character]]s. The highest healing food for non-members is an [[anchovy pizza]]; for members it is the [[Juju gumbo|juju gumbo]] with 1 bite. However the fastest healing food for members with multiple bites are summer pies which only takes 0.6 seconds per bite (3x faster than some types of food).
 
   
Since the EoC, your maximum recovery by eating food is your constitution level multiplied by 20. So if your consitution level is 50, your maximum health recovery by eating food is 1000. So, this means that you can also find out the best level to eat food by taking the maximum health recovery of the food and dividing by 20. If your level is below the recomended level to eat the food it can only heal your level multiplied by 14. A detailed list with what food is best to consume at which level can be found <span class="plainlinks">[http://services.runescape.com/m=rswiki/en/Food_list#High-Level_Food_.2861_-_99.29 here].</span>
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Some foods affect stats other than life points. Wine increases [[life points]], though it temporarily lowers the drinker's [[Attack]] level while their [[Strength]] level temporarily increases. Beer raises Strength while reducing Attack. The negative effects eventually wear off and the affected stats go back to normal in time. Most effects do not stack.
 
There are many types of food: [[fish]], [[meat]], [[bread]], [[cake]]s, [[pie]]s, and [[pizza]]. Some foods, such as pies, cakes and pizzas, have two or more "bites" or "slices". This is a downside that can easily be remedied by using the food on a [[Cornucopia]] in battle (but it doesn't interrupt your attacks) then using it to heal your life points. There are also foods which grow from the ground such as [[potato]]es, [[cabbage]]s, and [[onion]]s; those items can be put into [[basket]]s and [[sack]]s. You could also get food as a [[treasure trail]] reward, in the form of [[purple sweets]] or [[biscuits]]. 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 all are rare and extremely valuable.
 
 
Note: Eating 1 part of a pie only takes 0.6 seconds and eating 1 shark for example takes 1.8 seconds (3x longer), so overall you can heal faster with high level pies and the limit is 330 with summer pies.
 
 
Some foods affect stats other than life points. Wine increases [[life points]], though it temporarily lowers the drinker's [[Attack]] level, while their [[Strength]] level temporarily increases. Beer raises your Strength while reducing your Attack. The negative effects eventually wear off, though, and the affected stats go back to normal in time. Most effects do not stack.
 
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==Common foods==
 
==Common foods==
Here are '''some''' common foods. A complete list of cooked foods can be found in the [[Cooking]] skill page.
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Here are some common foods. A complete list of cooked foods can be found in the [[Cooking]] skill page. Healing amounts provided below are maximum for this type of food.
   
'''Note:''' Healing amounts provided below are maximum for this type of food. If your Constitution is low, actual healing amount will be equal 16 times Constitution level.
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! class="unsortable" | Icon
{|class="wikitable sortable"
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! Name
!class="unsortable"|Image
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! width="10" data-sort-type="number" | Heals
!Name
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! {{Skill clickpic|Constitution}} level
!width="60"|Heals
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! GE price
!width="90"|Members?
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! Price/LP
!width="80"|GE Price
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! class="unsortable" | Notes
!width="80"|Price/LP
 
!width="70"|Weight
 
!class="unsortable"|Notes
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Crayfish.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Skewered kebab}}
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|[[Skewered kebab]]
  +
|{{LP|???|short=yes}}
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|3
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Skewered kebab}}}}
  +
|???
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|These can be purchased from [[The Poison Arrow]]. The life points it heals scales with the player's constitution level, despite the tooltip claiming it needs level 3 constitution.
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|-
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|{{plinkp|Tomato}}
  +
|[[Tomato]]
  +
|{{LP|200|short=yes}}
  +
|1
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Tomato}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum:{{#expr: ({{GEP|Tomato}}/200) round 2}}}}
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|These can be grown using the [[farming]] skill.
  +
|-
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|{{plinkp|Papaya fruit}}
  +
|[[Papaya fruit]]
  +
|{{LP|500|short=yes}}
  +
|20
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Papaya fruit}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum:{{#expr: ({{GEP|Papaya fruit}}/500) round 2}}}}
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|These can be grown using the [[farming]] skill.
  +
|-
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|{{plinkp|Chopped onion}}
  +
|[[Chopped onion]]
  +
|{{LP|200|short=yes}}
  +
|1
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Chopped onion}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum:{{#expr: ({{GEP|Chopped onion}}/200) round 2}}}}
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|These can be made by chopping an [[onion]] into a [[bowl]].
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|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Roll}}
  +
|[[Roll]]
  +
|{{LP|250|short=yes}}
  +
|10
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Roll}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum:{{#expr: ({{GEP|Roll}}/250) round 2}}}}
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|These can be stolen from [[Baker's stall|bakers' stalls]].
  +
|-
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|{{plinkp|Doughnut}}
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|[[Doughnut]]
  +
|{{LP|200|short=yes}}
  +
|1
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Doughnut}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum:{{#expr: ({{GEP|Roll}}/200) round 2}}}}
  +
|These can be stolen from bakers' stalls.
  +
|-
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|{{plinkp|Square sandwich}}
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|[[Square sandwich]]
  +
|{{LP|250|short=yes}}
  +
|10
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Square sandwich}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum:{{#expr: ({{GEP|Roll}}/250) round 2}}}}
  +
|These can be stolen from bakers' stalls.
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|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Bread}}
  +
|[[Bread]]
  +
|{{LP|200|short=yes}}
  +
|1
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Bread}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Bread}} / 200) round 2}}}}
  +
|Baked by players or stolen from bakers' stalls.
  +
|-
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|{{plinkp|Kebab}}
  +
|[[Kebab]]
  +
|{{LP|???|short=yes}}
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|3
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Kebab}}}}
  +
|???
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|Heals a random number of life points. Dropped by some monsters, and obtained from some shops and NPCs.
  +
|-
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|{{plinkp|Crayfish}}
 
|[[Crayfish]]
 
|[[Crayfish]]
|200
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|{{LP|200|short=yes}}
|No
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|1
|{{GEPrice|Crayfish}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Crayfish}}}}
 
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Crayfish}} / 200) round 2}}}}
 
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Crayfish}} / 200) round 2}}}}
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|Low level players fish and cook these for food.
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|-
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|{{plinkp|Shrimps}}
  +
|[[Shrimps]]
  +
|{{LP|200|short=yes}}
 
|1
 
|1
|Discovered during the now removed tutorial [[quest]] [[Learning the Ropes]].
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Shrimps}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum:{{#expr: ({{GEP|Shrimps}} / 200) round 2}}}}
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|Low level players fish and cook these for food.
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Anchovies.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Sardine}}
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|[[Sardine]]
  +
|{{LP|200|short=yes}}
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|1
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Sardine}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Sardine}} / 200) round 2}}}}
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|Fished at lower levels using a normal [[fishing rod]].
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|-
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|{{plinkp|Herring}}
  +
|[[Herring]]
  +
|{{LP|200|short=yes}}
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|1
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Herring}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Herring}} / 200) round 2}}}}
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|Low level players fish and cook these for food.
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|-
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|{{plinkp|Anchovies}}
 
|[[Anchovies]]
 
|[[Anchovies]]
|200
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|{{LP|200|short=yes}}
|No
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|1
|{{GEPrice|Anchovies}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Anchovies}}}}
 
|{{formatnum:{{#expr: ({{GEP|Anchovies}}/200) round 2}}}}
 
|{{formatnum:{{#expr: ({{GEP|Anchovies}}/200) round 2}}}}
|0.1
 
 
|Low level players fish and cook these for easy food, and they can be put on pizzas.
 
|Low level players fish and cook these for easy food, and they can be put on pizzas.
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Garden pie.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Poorly-cooked beast meat}}
|[[Garden pie]]
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|[[Poorly-cooked beast meat]]
|680
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|{{LP|200|short=yes}}
|Yes
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|1
|{{GEPrice|Garden pie}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Poorly-cooked beast meat}}}}
|{{formatnum:{{#expr: ({{GEP|Garden pie}}/680) round 2}}}}
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|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Poorly-cooked beast meat}} / 200) round 2}}}}
|0
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|These are dropped by various monsters, and cooked from [[raw beast meat]] caught in Hunter.
|This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. It takes two bites to eat, with each bite healing 340 life points and temporarily boosting the player's Farming level by 3.
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Shrimps.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Cooked chicken}}
|[[Shrimp]]
 
|200
 
|No
 
|{{GEPrice|Shrimps}}
 
|{{formatnum:{{#expr: ({{GEP|Shrimps}} / 200) round 2}}}}
 
|0.5
 
|Low level players fish and cook these for easy food.
 
|-
 
|[[File:Cooked chicken.png]]
 
 
|[[Cooked chicken]]
 
|[[Cooked chicken]]
|200
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|{{LP|200|short=yes}}
|No
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|1
|{{GEPrice|Cooked chicken}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Cooked chicken}}}}
 
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Cooked chicken}} / 200) round 2}}}}
 
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Cooked chicken}} / 200) round 2}}}}
|0.1
 
 
|Low level players cook [[raw chicken]] for easy food.
 
|Low level players cook [[raw chicken]] for easy food.
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Cooked meat.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Cooked meat}}
 
|[[Cooked meat]]
 
|[[Cooked meat]]
|200
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|{{LP|200|short=yes}}
|No
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|1
|{{GEPrice|Cooked meat}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Cooked meat}}}}
 
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Cooked meat}} / 200) round 2}}}}
 
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Cooked meat}} / 200) round 2}}}}
|0.25
 
 
|Low level players cook raw meat (such as [[raw beef]] or [[raw rat meat]]) for easy food.
 
|Low level players cook raw meat (such as [[raw beef]] or [[raw rat meat]]) for easy food.
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Sardine.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Cooked rabbit}}
|[[Sardine]]
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|[[Cooked rabbit]]
|200
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|{{LP|200|short=yes}}
|No
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|1
|{{GEPrice|Sardine}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Cooked rabbit}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Sardine}} / 200) round 2}}}}
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|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Cooked rabbit}} / 200) round 2}}}}
|0.12
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|Players kill and cook these for food.
|Fished at lower levels using a normal [[Fishing Rod]].
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Bread.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Mackerel}}
|[[Bread]]
 
|200
 
|No
 
|{{GEPrice|Bread}}
 
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Bread}} / 200) round 2}}}}
 
|0.5
 
|Baked by players, see Cooking skill.
 
|-
 
|[[File:Herring.png]]
 
|[[Herring]]
 
|200
 
|No
 
|{{GEPrice|Herring}}
 
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Herring}} / 200) round 2}}}}
 
|0.5
 
|Players fish and cook these for food.
 
|-
 
|[[File:Mackerel.png]]
 
 
|[[Mackerel]]
 
|[[Mackerel]]
|200
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|{{LP|200|short=yes}}
|Yes
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|1
|{{GEPrice|Mackerel}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Mackerel}}}}
 
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Mackerel}} / 200) round 2}}}}
 
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Mackerel}} / 200) round 2}}}}
|0.3
 
 
|Players fish and cook these for food.
 
|Players fish and cook these for food.
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Trout.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Trout}}
 
|[[Trout]]
 
|[[Trout]]
|300
+
|{{LP|375|short=yes}}
|No
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|15
|{{GEPrice|Trout}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Trout}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Trout}} / 300) round 2}}}}
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|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Trout}} / 375) round 2}}}}
|0.4
 
 
|Players fish and cook these for food.
 
|Players fish and cook these for food.
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Cod.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Cod}}
 
|[[Cod]]
 
|[[Cod]]
|360
+
|{{LP|450|short=yes}}
|Yes
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|18
|{{GEPrice|Cod}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Cod}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Cod}} / 360) round 2}}}}
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|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Cod}} / 450) round 2}}}}
|0.33
 
 
|Players fish and cook these for food.
 
|Players fish and cook these for food.
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Pike.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Pike}}
 
|[[Pike]]
 
|[[Pike]]
|400
+
|{{LP|500|short=yes}}
|No
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|20
|{{GEPrice|Pike}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Pike}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Pike}} / 400) round 2}}}}
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|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Pike}} / 500) round 2}}}}
|0.5
 
 
|Players fish and cook these for food.
 
|Players fish and cook these for food.
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Salmon.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Salmon}}
 
|[[Salmon]]
 
|[[Salmon]]
|500
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|{{LP|625|short=yes}}
|No
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|25
|{{GEPrice|Salmon}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Salmon}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Salmon}} / 500) round 2}}}}
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|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Salmon}} / 625) round 2}}}}
|0.5
 
 
|Players fish and cook these for food.
 
|Players fish and cook these for food.
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Tuna.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Tuna}}
 
|[[Tuna]]
 
|[[Tuna]]
|600
+
|{{LP|750|short=yes}}
|No
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|30
|{{GEPrice|Tuna}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Tuna}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Tuna}} / 600) round 2}}}}
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|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Tuna}} / 750) round 2}}}}
|0.4
 
 
|Players fish and cook these for food.
 
|Players fish and cook these for food.
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Cake.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Bass}}
|[[Cake]]
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|[[Bass]]
|798
+
|{{LP|1,300|short=yes}}
|No
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|52
|{{GEPrice|Cake}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Bass}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Cake}} / 800) round 2}}}}
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|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Bass}} / 1075) round 2}}}}
|0.2
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|Players fish and cook these for food.
|Baked by players, see Cooking skill. Also [[thieving|thieved]] from [[East Ardougne#Marketplace|East Ardougne market]]. Takes 3 bites to eat (each healing 266.6).
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Chocolate cake.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Lobster}}
|[[Chocolate cake]]
 
|999
 
|No
 
|{{GEPrice|Chocolate cake}}
 
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Chocolate cake}} / 1000) round 2}}}}
 
|0.3
 
|Made by adding [[Chocolate bar]] or [[Chocolate dust]] to [[Cake]]. Takes 3 bites to eat (each healing 229.3).
 
|-
 
|[[File:Lobster.png]]
 
 
|[[Lobster]]
 
|[[Lobster]]
|800
+
|{{LP|1,200|short=yes}}
|No
+
|48
|{{GEPrice|Lobster}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Lobster}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Lobster}} / 800) round 2}}}}
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|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Lobster}} / 1200) round 2}}}}
|0.35
 
 
|Players fish and cook these for food. Fish caught by "powerfishers" who want to level up quickly.
 
|Players fish and cook these for food. Fish caught by "powerfishers" who want to level up quickly.
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Bass.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Swordfish}}
|[[Bass]]
 
|860
 
|Yes
 
|{{GEPrice|Bass}}
 
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Bass}} / 860) round 2}}}}
 
|0.3
 
|Players fish and cook these for food.
 
|-
 
|[[File:Swordfish.png]]
 
 
|[[Swordfish]]
 
|[[Swordfish]]
|900
+
|{{LP|1,400|short=yes}}
|No
+
|56
|{{GEPrice|Swordfish}}
+
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Swordfish}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Swordfish}} / 900) round 2}}}}
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|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Swordfish}} / 1400) round 2}}}}
|0.5
 
 
|Players fish and cook these for food. Used by [[non-member]] [[Player killing|player killers]].
 
|Players fish and cook these for food. Used by [[non-member]] [[Player killing|player killers]].
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Potato with cheese.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Desert sole}}
|[[Potato with cheese]]
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|[[Desert sole]]
|940
+
|{{LP|1,450|short=yes}}
|Yes
+
|58
|{{GEPrice|Potato_with_cheese}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Desert sole}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Potato_with_cheese}} / 940) round 2}}}}
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|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Desert sole}} / 1450) round 2}}}}
|0.5
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|Players fish and cook these for food.
|Made by using [[cheese]] and [[butter]] on a [[potato]].
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Egg potato.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Catfish}}
|[[Egg potato]]
+
|[[Catfish]]
|1100
+
|{{LP|1,500|short=yes}}
|Yes
+
|60
|{{GEPrice|Egg potato}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Catfish}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Egg potato}} / 1100) round 2}}}}
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|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Catfish}} / 1500) round 2}}}}
|0.5
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|Players fish and cook these for food.
|Made by using [[tomato]], [[egg]] and [[butter]] on a [[potato]].
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Monkfish.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Monkfish}}
 
|[[Monkfish]]
 
|[[Monkfish]]
|1240
+
|{{LP|1,600|short=yes}}
|Yes
+
|64
|{{GEPrice|Monkfish}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Monkfish}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Monkfish}} / 1240) round 2}}}}
+
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Monkfish}} / 1600) round 2}}}}
|0.4
 
 
|Players fish and cook these for food. Commonly used by members as a cheap but less effective alternative to shark.
 
|Players fish and cook these for food. Commonly used by members as a cheap but less effective alternative to shark.
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Anchovy pizza.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Beltfish}}
|[[Anchovy pizza]]
+
|[[Beltfish]]
|1100
+
|{{LP|1,650|short=yes}}
|No
+
|66
|{{GEPrice|Anchovy_pizza}}
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|{{Coins|{{GEP|Beltfish}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Anchovy_pizza}} / 1100) round 2}}}}
+
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Beltfish}} / 1650) round 2}}}}
|0.83
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|Players fish and cook these for food.
|Players cook these for food. It is eaten in 2 bites (healing 550 each).
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Plain pizza.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Cooked eeligator}}
|[[Plain pizza]]
+
|[[Cooked eeligator]]
|350
+
|{{LP|1,875|short=yes}}
|No
+
|75
|{{GEPrice|Plain pizza}}
+
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Cooked eeligator}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Plain pizza}} / 350) round 2}}}}
+
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Cooked eeligator}} / 1875) round2}}}}
|0.66
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|Obtained from shops and boss drops in Mazcab.
|Players cook these for food. It is eaten in 2 bites (healing 175 each).
 
|-
 
|[[File:Meat pizza.png]]
 
|[[Meat pizza]]
 
|900
 
|No
 
|{{GEPrice|Meat pizza}}
 
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Meat pizza}} / 900) round 2}}}}
 
|0.83
 
|Players cook these for food. It is eaten in 2 bites (healing 450 each).
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Shark.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Shark}}
 
|[[Shark]]
 
|[[Shark]]
|1600
+
|{{LP|2,000|short=yes}}
|Yes
+
|80
|{{GEPrice|Shark}}
+
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Shark}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Shark}} / 1600) round 2}}}}
+
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Shark}} / 2000) round 2}}}}
|0.6
 
 
|Players fish and cook these for food. Used commonly by [[member]]s.
 
|Players fish and cook these for food. Used commonly by [[member]]s.
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Cavefish.png]]
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|{{plinkp|Sea turtle}}
|[[Cavefish]]
 
|1600
 
|Yes
 
|{{GEPrice|Cavefish}}
 
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Cavefish}} / 1600) round 2}}}}
 
|0.5
 
|Cavefish are commonly bought instead of shark, as it heals same amount of Lifepoints and increases a random combat stat by 2.
 
|-
 
|[[File:Sea turtle.png]]
 
 
|[[Sea turtle]]
 
|[[Sea turtle]]
|1640
+
|{{LP|2,050|short=yes}}
|Yes
+
|82
|{{GEPrice|Sea_turtle}}
+
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Sea_turtle}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Sea_turtle}} / 1640) round 2}}}}
+
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Sea_turtle}} / 2050) round 2}}}}
|0.35
+
|Players play the [[Fishing Trawler]] minigame and then cook these for food.
|Players play the [[Fishing Trawler]] activity and then cook these for food. Used by member player killers or in difficult quests.
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Pineapple pizza.png]]
+
|{{plinkp|Great white shark}}
|[[Pizza|Pineapple pizza]]
+
|[[Great white shark]]
|1300
+
|{{LP|2,100|short=yes}}
|Yes
+
|84
|{{GEPrice|Pineapple_pizza}}
+
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Great_white_shark}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Pineapple_pizza}} / 1300) round 2}}}}
+
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Great white shark}} / 2100) round 2}}}}
|0.35
+
|Great white sharks are commonly used when fighting low level bosses
|Players cook these for food. It is eaten in 2 bites (healing 650 each bite).
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Manta ray.png]]
+
|{{plinkp|Cavefish}}
  +
|[[Cavefish]]
  +
|{{LP|2,200|short=yes}}
  +
|88
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Cavefish}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Cavefish}} / 2200) round 2}}}}
  +
|Cavefish increases a random combat stat by 2
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Manta ray}}
 
|[[Manta ray]]
 
|[[Manta ray]]
|1820
+
|{{LP|2,275|short=yes}}
|Yes
+
|91
|{{GEPrice|Manta_ray}}
+
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Manta_ray}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Manta_ray}} / 1820) round 2}}}}
+
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Manta_ray}} / 2275) round 2}}}}
|0.4
+
|Players play the Fishing Trawler minigame and then cook these for food. Used by member player killers or in difficult quests.
|Players play the Fishing Trawler activity and then cook these for food. Used by member player killers or in difficult quests.
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Tuna potato.png]]
+
|{{plinkp|Rocktail}}
|[[Tuna potato]]
+
|[[Rocktail]]
|1700
+
|{{LP|2,300|short=yes}}
|Yes
+
|92
|{{GEPrice|Tuna_potato}}
+
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Rocktail}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Tuna_potato}} / 1700) round 2}}}}
+
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Rocktail}} / 2300) round 2}}}}
|0.5
+
|This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. It can heal up to 10% above maximum life points.
|Heals as much and as fast (one bite) as a manta ray, but is cheaper.
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Wild pie.png]]
+
|{{plinkp|Tiger shark}}
  +
|[[Tiger shark]]
  +
|{{LP|2,375|short=yes}}
  +
|95
  +
|{{NA}}
  +
|
  +
|Players play the Fishing Trawler minigame and then cook these for food.
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Sailfish}}
  +
|[[Sailfish]]
  +
|{{LP|2,400|short=yes}}
  +
|96
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Sailfish}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Sailfish}} / 2400) round 2}}}}
  +
|This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. It can heal up to 10% above maximum life points.
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Green blubber jellyfish}}
  +
|[[Green blubber jellyfish]]
  +
|{{LP|1,500|short=yes}}
  +
|20
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Green blubber jellyfish}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Green blubber jellyfish}} / 1500) round 2}}}}
  +
|Players fish and cook these for food. It is eaten in 3 bites (healing 500 each). Eating a bite does not reduce [[adrenaline]].
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Blue blubber jellyfish}}
  +
|[[Blue blubber jellyfish]]
  +
|{{LP|2,250|short=yes}}
  +
|30
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Blue blubber jellyfish}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Blue blubber jellyfish}} / 2250) round 2}}}}
  +
|Players fish and cook these for food. It is eaten in 3 bites (healing 750 each). Eating a bite does not reduce [[adrenaline]].
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Cake}}
  +
|[[Cake]]
  +
|{{LP|999|short=yes}}
  +
|40
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Cake}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Cake}} / 999) round 2}}}}
  +
|Baked by players, see Cooking skill. Also [[thieving|thieved]] from [[East Ardougne#Marketplace|East Ardougne market]]. Takes 3 bites to eat (each healing 333).
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Chocolate cake}}
  +
|[[Chocolate cake]]
  +
|{{LP|1,248|short=yes}}
  +
|50
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Chocolate cake}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Chocolate cake}} / 1248) round 2}}}}
  +
|Made by adding [[chocolate bar]] or [[chocolate dust]] to cake. Takes 3 bites to eat (each healing 416).
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Plain pizza}}
  +
|[[Plain pizza]]
  +
|{{LP|874|short=yes}}
  +
|35
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Plain pizza}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Plain pizza}} / 874) round 2}}}}
  +
|Players cook these for food. It is eaten in 2 bites (healing 437 each).
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Meat pizza}}
  +
|[[Meat pizza]]
  +
|{{LP|1,124|short=yes}}
  +
|45
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Meat pizza}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Meat pizza}} / 1124) round 2}}}}
  +
|Players cook these for food. It is eaten in 2 bites (healing 562 each).
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Anchovy pizza}}
  +
|[[Anchovy pizza]]
  +
|{{LP|1,374|short=yes}}
  +
|55
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Anchovy_pizza}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Anchovy pizza}} / 1374) round 2}}}}
  +
|Players cook these for food. It is eaten in 2 bites (healing 687 each).
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Pineapple pizza}}
  +
|[[Pineapple pizza]]
  +
|{{LP|1,624|short=yes}}
  +
|65
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Pineapple_pizza}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Pineapple pizza}} / 1624) round 2}}}}
  +
|Players cook these for food. It is eaten in 2 bites (healing 837 each).
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Garden pie}}
  +
|[[Garden pie]]
  +
|{{LP|850|short=yes}}
  +
|34
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Garden pie}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum:{{#expr: ({{GEP|Garden pie}}/850) round 2}}}}
  +
|This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. It takes two bites to eat, with each bite healing 425 life points and temporarily boosting the player's Farming level by 3.
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Wild pie}}
 
|[[Wild pie]]
 
|[[Wild pie]]
|1700
+
|{{LP|2,124|short=yes}}
|Yes
+
|85
|{{GEPrice|Wild_pie}}
+
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Wild pie}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Wild_pie}} / 1700) round 2}}}}
+
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Wild pie}} / 2124) round 2}}}}
|0
+
|This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. It takes two bites to eat, with each bite healing 1,062 life points, and boosting up to 4 [[Ranged]] and 5 [[Slayer]] levels.
|This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. It takes two bites to eat, with each bite healing 850 life points, and boosting up to 4 [[Ranged]] and 5 [[Slayer]] levels.
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Summer pie.png]]
+
|{{plinkp|Summer pie}}
 
|[[Summer pie]]
 
|[[Summer pie]]
|1900
+
|{{LP|2,374|short=yes}}
|Yes
+
|95
|{{GEPrice|Summer_pie}}
+
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Summer pie}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Summer_pie}} / 1900) round 2}}}}
+
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Summer pie}} / 2375) round 2}}}}
|0
+
|This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. It takes two bites to eat, with each bite healing 1,187 life points and boosting up to 5 [[Agility]] levels, as well as restoring 20% of your [[energy]].
|This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. It takes two bites to eat, with each bite healing 950 life points and boosting up to 5 [[Agility]] levels, as well as restoring 20% of your [[energy]].
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Rocktail.png]]
+
|{{plinkp|Potato with cheese}}
|[[Rocktail]]
+
|[[Potato with cheese]]
|1860
+
|{{LP|1,175|short=yes}}
|Yes
+
|47
|{{GEPrice|Rocktail}}
+
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Potato_with_cheese}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Rocktail}} / 1860) round 2}}}}
+
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Potato with cheese}} / 1175) round 2}}}}
|0.33
+
|Made by using [[cheese]] and [[butter]] on a [[potato]].
|This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. When eaten, they heal 230 life points and can heal a player up to 100 life points higher than their maximum life points.
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Saradomin brew (4).png]]
+
|{{plinkp|Egg potato}}
|[[Saradomin brew]]
+
|[[Egg potato]]
|2000
+
|{{LP|1,375|short=yes}}
|Yes
+
|55
|{{GEPrice|Saradomin brew (4)}}
+
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Egg potato}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Saradomin brew (4)}} / 2000) round2}}}}
+
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Egg potato}} / 1375) round 2}}}}
|0
+
|Made by using [[tomato]], [[egg]] and butter on a potato.
|This potion is consumed in 4 doses (500 life points per sip). It has other side effects. While possibly not as efficient for dangerous combat situations it may prove useful for staying long doing activities such as agility.
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Saradomin brew flask (6).png]]
+
|{{plinkp|Tuna potato}}
|[[Saradomin brew]]
+
|[[Tuna potato]]
|3000
+
|{{LP|2,125|short=yes}}
|Yes
+
|85
|{{GEPrice|Saradomin brew flask (6)}}
+
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Tuna potato}}}}
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Saradomin brew flask (6)}} / 3000) round2}}}}
+
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Tuna potato}} / 2125) round 2}}}}
|0
+
|Heals almost as much and as fast (one bite) as a manta ray, but is cheaper.
|This potion is consumed in 6 doses (500 life points per sip). It has other side effects. While possibly not as efficient for dangerous combat situations it may prove useful for staying long doing activities such as agility.
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Tiger shark.png]]
+
|{{plinkp|Baron shark}}
|[[Tiger shark]]
 
|1900
 
|Yes
 
|Not tradeable
 
|
 
|0.7
 
|Players play the Fishing Trawler activity and then cook these for food.
 
|-
 
|[[File:Baron shark.png]]
 
 
|[[Baron shark]]
 
|[[Baron shark]]
|1600 (1700 with [[Shark's tooth necklace]])
+
|{{LP|2,500|short=yes}}
|Yes
+
|80
|Not tradeable
+
|{{NA}}
 
|
 
|
|0.6
+
|[[Raw baron shark]]s are caught under the influence of the [[juju fishing potion]]. When cooked this food heals an initial 2,000 life points and then 50 life points a second, for 10 seconds. Wearing a [[shark's tooth necklace]] extends it another 5 seconds, making it able to heal 2,750 life points total.
|[[Raw baron shark]]s are caught under the influence of the [[juju fishing potion]]. When cooked this food heals an initial 1600 life points and then 10 life points a second, for 10 seconds. Wearing a [[shark's tooth necklace]] extends it another 5 seconds, making it able to heal 350 life points total.
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Juju gumbo.png]]
+
|{{plinkp|Juju gumbo}}
 
|[[Juju gumbo]]
 
|[[Juju gumbo]]
|1800
+
|{{LP|2,750|short=yes}}
|Yes
+
|90
|Not tradeable
+
|{{NA}}
 
|
 
|
  +
|Made by using a dose of [[juju cooking potion]] on a baked potato and adding the resulting [[strange potato]] to a bowl of [[tuna and corn]]. This food heals an initial 2,250 life points and then 50 life points a second, for 10 seconds.
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Great maki}}
  +
|[[Great maki]]
  +
|{{LP|2,100|short=yes}}
  +
|84
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Great maki}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Great maki}} / 2100) round2}}}}
  +
|Heals 2,100 life points instantly, and the player regains 1% of their prayer every two seconds for up to 5%. A second great maki cannot be eaten until the first one's prayer restore effect wears off.
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Great gunkan}}
  +
|[[Great gunkan]]
  +
|{{LP|2,850|short=yes}}
  +
|91
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Great gunkan}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Great gunkan}} / 2850) round2}}}}
  +
|Heals 1,500 life points instantly, and then continues to heal 150 life points per second for 9 seconds. A second great gunkan cannot be eaten until the first one's healing effect wears off.
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Arc gumbo}}
  +
|[[Arc gumbo]]
  +
|{{LP|2,225|short=yes}}
  +
|89
  +
|{{NA}}
  +
|
  +
| Untradable, made with ingredients gathered from [[The Arc]].
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Shark soup}}
  +
|[[Shark soup]]
  +
|{{LP|2,350|short=yes}}
  +
|94
  +
|{{NA}}
  +
|
  +
| Untradable, made with ingredients gathered from [[The Arc]].
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Rocktail soup}}
  +
|[[Rocktail soup]]
  +
|{{LP|2,500|short=yes}}
  +
|96
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Rocktail soup}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Rocktail soup}} / 2500) round 2}}}}
  +
|It is produced from [[spices]] obtained from Player-owned ports and a cooked [[rocktail]]. It can heal up to 15% above maximum life points.
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Sailfish soup}}
  +
|[[Sailfish soup]]
  +
|{{LP|2,600|short=yes}}
  +
|99
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Sailfish soup}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Sailfish soup}} / 2600) round 2}}}}
  +
|It is produced from spices obtained from Player-owned ports and a cooked [[sailfish]]. It can heal up to 15% above maximum life points.
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Fury shark}}
  +
|[[Fury shark]]
  +
|{{LP|2,800|short=yes}}
  +
|99
  +
|{{NA}}
  +
|
  +
|Consuming one while in combat heals 2,475 life points. It has other side effects.
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Guthix rest (4)}}
  +
|[[Guthix rest]]
  +
|{{LP|2,000|short=yes}}
  +
|10
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Guthix rest (4)}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Guthix rest (4)}} / 2000) round 2}}}}
  +
|This potion is consumed in 4 doses (500 life points each). The prices are not accurate and are typically traded higher than the GE values shows.
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Guthix rest flask (6)}}
  +
|[[Guthix rest flask]]
  +
|{{LP|3,000|short=yes}}
  +
|10
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Guthix rest flask (6)}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Guthix rest flask (6)}} / 3000) round 2}}}}
  +
|This potion is consumed in 6 doses (500 life points each). It has other side effects. While possibly not as efficient for dangerous combat situations it may prove useful for staying long doing activities such as agility.
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Super Guthix rest (4)}}
  +
|[[Super Guthix rest]]
  +
|{{LP|2,600|short=yes}}
  +
|10
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Super Guthix rest (4)}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Super Guthix rest (4)}} / 2600) round 2}}}}
  +
|This potion is consumed in 4 doses (650 life points each). It has other side effects. While possibly not as efficient for dangerous combat situations it may prove useful for staying long doing activities such as agility.
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Super Guthix brew flask (6)}}
  +
|[[Super Guthix brew flask]]
  +
|{{LP|3,900|short=yes}}
  +
|10
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Super Guthix brew flask (6)}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Super Guthix brew flask (6)}} / 3900) round 2}}}}
  +
|This potion is consumed in 6 doses (650 life points each). It has other side effects. While possibly not as efficient for dangerous combat situations it may prove useful for staying long doing activities such as agility.
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Saradomin brew (4)}}
  +
|[[Saradomin brew]]
  +
|{{LP|4,000|short=yes}}
 
|1
 
|1
|Made by using a dose of [[juju cooking potion]] on a baked potato and adding the resulting [[strange potato]] to a bowl of [[tuna and corn]]. This food heals an initial 1800 life points and then 10 life points a second, for 10 seconds.
+
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Saradomin brew (4)}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Saradomin brew (4)}} / 4000) round2}}}}
  +
|This potion is consumed in 4 doses (1,000 life points each). It has other side effects. They are best used with [[Overload]] (and variants) because this potion reapplies its boosts every 15 seconds, counteracting the bad stat-lowering effects of Saradomin brew.
 
|-
 
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Saradomin brew flask (6)}}
  +
|[[Saradomin brew flask]]
  +
|{{LP|6,000|short=yes}}
  +
|1
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Saradomin brew flask (6)}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Saradomin brew flask (6)}} / 6000) round2}}}}
  +
|This potion is consumed in 6 doses (1,000 life points each). It has other side effects. They are best used with Overload (and variants) because this potion reapplies its boosts every 15 seconds, counteracting the bad stat-lowering effects of Saradomin brew.
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Super Saradomin brew (4)}}
  +
|[[Super Saradomin brew]]
  +
|{{LP|5,200|short=yes}}
  +
|1
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Super Saradomin brew (4)}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Super Saradomin brew (4)}} / 5200) round2}}}}
  +
|This potion is consumed in 4 doses (1,300 life points each). It has other side effects. They are best used with [[Overload]] (and variants) because this potion reapplies its boosts every 15 seconds, counteracting the bad stat-lowering effects of Saradomin brew.
  +
|-
  +
|{{plinkp|Super Saradomin brew flask (6)}}
  +
|[[Super Saradomin brew flask]]
  +
|{{LP|7,800|short=yes}}
  +
|1
  +
|{{Coins|{{GEP|Super Saradomin brew flask (6)}}}}
  +
|{{formatnum: {{#expr: ({{GEP|Super Saradomin brew flask (6)}} / 7800) round2}}}}
  +
|This potion is consumed in 6 doses (1,300 life points each). It has other side effects. They are best used with Overload (and variants) because this potion reapplies its boosts every 15 seconds, counteracting the bad stat-lowering effects of Saradomin brew.
 
|}
 
|}
   
== Types of Foods ==
+
==Types of food==
Most types of Foods can be found in one of the following links below.
+
There are many types of food such as [[fish]], [[meat]], [[bread]], [[Cake|cakes]], [[Pie|pies]], and [[pizza]]. There are also foods which grow from the ground such as [[Potato|potatoes]], [[Cabbage|cabbages]], and [[Onion|onions]]; these items can be put into [[Basket|baskets]] and [[Sack|sacks]]. Players could also get food as a [[treasure trail]] reward in the form of [[purple sweets]] or [[biscuits]]. Lastly, there are [[holiday items]] food such as [[pumpkin|pumpkins]] and [[Easter egg|Easter eggs]]. It is '''strongly''' recommended that players do not eat holiday items as they are rare and extremely valuable.
*[[Food/Ales and ciders|Ales and ciders]]
+
*[[/Fish|Fish]]
+
Most types of food can be found in one of the following articles:
*[[Fruit]]
+
* [[Food/Ales and ciders|Ales and ciders]]
*[[/Meat|Meat]]
+
* [[/Fish|Fish]]
*[[Food/Pies|Pies]]
+
* [[Fruit]]
*[[Food/Pizzas|Pizzas]]
+
* [[/Meat|Meat]]
*[[Food/Potatoes|Potatoes]]
+
* [[Food/Pies|Pies]]
  +
* [[Food/Pizzas|Pizzas]]
  +
* [[Food/Potatoes|Potatoes]]
   
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
Here are factors to consider when choosing the right food:
+
Factors to consider when choosing the right food:
*Heal per bite: players should try to find food that heals more in one bite than the max hit of dangerous monsters they train on. This should not pose a problem for players who train on much weaker monsters than they are.
+
* Players should try to find food that heals more in one bite than the max hit of dangerous monsters they train on. This should not pose a problem for players who train on much weaker monsters than they are.
*Heal costs
 
   
*Space: some items require space, like [[Strawberries|baskets of strawberries]] to take out strawberries. Monsters drop items that requires space, so consider a monster's drops and frequency of drops when bringing food.
+
* Some items require inventory space, like [[Strawberries|baskets of strawberries]] to take out strawberries. Monsters drop items that require space, so consider the value and frequency of drops when bringing food.
*Time to eat: try to avoid eating during combat if it is not deadly. Eating in combat is wasteful if you get damaged while eating. Some areas have aggressive monsters that hit hard and foods that take multiple bites, like cake, cause problems. You cannot attack while you are eating either.
+
* Try to avoid eating during combat if it is not necessary. Not only does it prevent an attack from being used, it also uses some [[adrenaline]]. Some areas have aggressive monsters that hit hard and foods that take multiple bites, like cake, may cause problems.
  +
* Some foods, such as cakes, require two or more servings. This can easily be remedied by storing the food in a [[Cornucopia]] during combat as this action does not interrupt attacks and allows the food to be eaten at once.
  +
* Eating one piece of pie only takes 0.6 seconds as opposed to other foods which normally take 1.8 seconds (3x longer), making high-level pies valuable where fast healing is necessary. The limit is 330 life points with summer pies.
  +
* Items such as [[expensive spices]], [[shark's tooth necklace]], [[Necklace of gluttony]], and [[healer's insignia]] can increase the potency of healing from eating certain types of food.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*[[Purple Sweets]] and [[biscuits]] are the only [[stackable]] food in the game. They each heal 200 life points. Purple sweets restore 20% run energy per serving, and biscuits restore 10 prayer points each.
+
* [[Purple Sweets]], [[magnetic minnow]]s and [[biscuits]] are the only [[stackable]] food in the game. Purple sweets heal 200 life points and restore 20% run energy per serving, and biscuits restore heal 250 life points and 10 prayer points each.
*[[File:Cursor-apple.png|left]]The mouse cursor for eating (after [[2 September]] updates) represents a half-eaten [[apple]], although you cannot eat apples in ''[[RuneScape]]'' (except [[rotten apples]] which do not heal anything).
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* [[File:Food cursor.png|left]] The mouse cursor for eating (after [[2 September]] [[2009]] updates) represents a half-eaten [[apple]], although you cannot eat apples in ''[[RuneScape]]'' (except [[rotten apples]] which do not heal anything).
*The animations for eating food were updated with the release of the [[Dungeoneering]] skill.
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* The animations for eating food were updated with the release of the [[Dungeoneering]] skill.
*In [[Daemonheim]], it is possible to "feed" a fellow party member by using a piece of food on them, which makes them perform the eating animation and heal, using the food from your inventory. This is not possible outside of Daemonheim.
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* In [[Daemonheim]], it is possible to "feed" a fellow party member by using a piece of food on them, which makes them perform the eating animation and heal, using the food from your inventory. This is only possible outside of Daemonheim when on a co-op Slayer task with the ability bought at a Slayer Master with [[co-op Slayer points]].
*On German servers, the old eating animation is still in effect.
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* On German servers, the old eating animation is still in effect.
*Most foods take 3 game ticks to eat; exceptions are purple sweets and [[pies]].
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* Most foods take 3 game ticks to eat; exceptions are purple sweets and [[pies]].
   
 
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Food, in RuneScape, is what enables the player to regain life points, although some foods may have additional or different effects as well. Food can be obtained through the Cooking and Farming skills, as a drop from certain monsters, from other players, or from non-player characters. The highest healing food for non-members is a swordfish; for members it is the sailfish soup with 1 bite. However the fastest healing food for members with multiple bites are summer pies which only takes 0.6 seconds per bite (three times faster than some types of food).

A certain Constitution level is required to gain the maximum benefit from eating certain tiers of food. For example, at level 10 Constitution, a rocktail will only heal 250 life points but will heal 2,300 life points instead at level 95. The maximum health recovery from eating food can be determined by multiplying the player's Constitution level by 25. At a constitution level of 50, players can heal up to 1,250 life points per bite of food that has a maximum value of that or more. The required level to eat any food can also be determined by taking the maximum healing value of that food and dividing it by 25. If the player's constitution level is lower than this number, then they will be restricted to healing the maximum for their level.

Some foods affect stats other than life points. Wine increases life points, though it temporarily lowers the drinker's Attack level while their Strength level temporarily increases. Beer raises Strength while reducing Attack. The negative effects eventually wear off and the affected stats go back to normal in time. Most effects do not stack.

Common foods

Here are some common foods. A complete list of cooked foods can be found in the Cooking skill page. Healing amounts provided below are maximum for this type of food.

Icon Name Heals Constitution level GE price Price/LP Notes
Skewered kebab Skewered kebab ??? LP 3 187 ??? These can be purchased from The Poison Arrow. The life points it heals scales with the player's constitution level, despite the tooltip claiming it needs level 3 constitution.
Tomato Tomato 200 LP 1 728 3.64 These can be grown using the farming skill.
Papaya fruit Papaya fruit 500 LP 20 5,562 11.12 These can be grown using the farming skill.
Chopped onion Chopped onion 200 LP 1 1,802 9.01 These can be made by chopping an onion into a bowl.
Roll Roll 250 LP 10 242 0.97 These can be stolen from bakers' stalls.
Doughnut Doughnut 200 LP 1 1,605 1.21 These can be stolen from bakers' stalls.
Square sandwich Square sandwich 250 LP 10 680 0.97 These can be stolen from bakers' stalls.
Bread Bread 200 LP 1 323 1.62 Baked by players or stolen from bakers' stalls.
Kebab Kebab ??? LP 3 204 ??? Heals a random number of life points. Dropped by some monsters, and obtained from some shops and NPCs.
Crayfish Crayfish 200 LP 1 38 0.19 Low level players fish and cook these for food.
Shrimps Shrimps 200 LP 1 138 0.69 Low level players fish and cook these for food.
Sardine Sardine 200 LP 1 27 0.14 Fished at lower levels using a normal fishing rod.
Herring Herring 200 LP 1 36 0.18 Low level players fish and cook these for food.
Anchovies Anchovies 200 LP 1 37 0.19 Low level players fish and cook these for easy food, and they can be put on pizzas.
Poorly-cooked beast meat Poorly-cooked beast meat 200 LP 1 194 0.97 These are dropped by various monsters, and cooked from raw beast meat caught in Hunter.
Cooked chicken Cooked chicken 200 LP 1 69 0.35 Low level players cook raw chicken for easy food.
Cooked meat Cooked meat 200 LP 1 163 0.82 Low level players cook raw meat (such as raw beef or raw rat meat) for easy food.
Cooked rabbit Cooked rabbit 200 LP 1 68 0.34 Players kill and cook these for food.
Mackerel Mackerel 200 LP 1 28 0.14 Players fish and cook these for food.
Trout Trout 375 LP 15 72 0.19 Players fish and cook these for food.
Cod Cod 450 LP 18 73 0.16 Players fish and cook these for food.
Pike Pike 500 LP 20 29 0.06 Players fish and cook these for food.
Salmon Salmon 625 LP 25 29 0.05 Players fish and cook these for food.
Tuna Tuna 750 LP 30 37 0.05 Players fish and cook these for food.
Bass Bass 1,300 LP 52 299 0.28 Players fish and cook these for food.
Lobster Lobster 1,200 LP 48 141 0.12 Players fish and cook these for food. Fish caught by "powerfishers" who want to level up quickly.
Swordfish Swordfish 1,400 LP 56 157 0.11 Players fish and cook these for food. Used by non-member player killers.
Desert sole Desert sole 1,450 LP 58 81 0.06 Players fish and cook these for food.
Catfish Catfish 1,500 LP 60 86 0.06 Players fish and cook these for food.
Monkfish Monkfish 1,600 LP 64 388 0.24 Players fish and cook these for food. Commonly used by members as a cheap but less effective alternative to shark.
Beltfish Beltfish 1,650 LP 66 177 0.11 Players fish and cook these for food.
Cooked eeligator Cooked eeligator 1,875 LP 75 756 0.4 Obtained from shops and boss drops in Mazcab.
Shark Shark 2,000 LP 80 1,933 0.97 Players fish and cook these for food. Used commonly by members.
Sea turtle Sea turtle 2,050 LP 82 1,541 0.75 Players play the Fishing Trawler minigame and then cook these for food.
Great white shark Great white shark 2,100 LP 84 2,377 1.13 Great white sharks are commonly used when fighting low level bosses
Cavefish Cavefish 2,200 LP 88 2,540 1.15 Cavefish increases a random combat stat by 2
Manta ray Manta ray 2,275 LP 91 3,283 1.44 Players play the Fishing Trawler minigame and then cook these for food. Used by member player killers or in difficult quests.
Rocktail Rocktail 2,300 LP 92 4,690 2.04 This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. It can heal up to 10% above maximum life points.
Tiger shark Tiger shark 2,375 LP 95 N/A Players play the Fishing Trawler minigame and then cook these for food.
Sailfish Sailfish 2,400 LP 96 5,748 2.4 This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. It can heal up to 10% above maximum life points.
Green blubber jellyfish Green blubber jellyfish 1,500 LP 20 144 0.1 Players fish and cook these for food. It is eaten in 3 bites (healing 500 each). Eating a bite does not reduce adrenaline.
Blue blubber jellyfish Blue blubber jellyfish 2,250 LP 30 7,925 3.52 Players fish and cook these for food. It is eaten in 3 bites (healing 750 each). Eating a bite does not reduce adrenaline.
Cake Cake 999 LP 40 579 0.58 Baked by players, see Cooking skill. Also thieved from East Ardougne market. Takes 3 bites to eat (each healing 333).
Chocolate cake Chocolate cake 1,248 LP 50 890 0.71 Made by adding chocolate bar or chocolate dust to cake. Takes 3 bites to eat (each healing 416).
Plain pizza Plain pizza 874 LP 35 702 0.8 Players cook these for food. It is eaten in 2 bites (healing 437 each).
Meat pizza Meat pizza 1,124 LP 45 163 0.15 Players cook these for food. It is eaten in 2 bites (healing 562 each).
Anchovy pizza Anchovy pizza 1,374 LP 55 600 0.44 Players cook these for food. It is eaten in 2 bites (healing 687 each).
Pineapple pizza Pineapple pizza 1,624 LP 65 452 0.28 Players cook these for food. It is eaten in 2 bites (healing 837 each).
Garden pie Garden pie 850 LP 34 303 0.36 This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. It takes two bites to eat, with each bite healing 425 life points and temporarily boosting the player's Farming level by 3.
Wild pie Wild pie 2,124 LP 85 2,194 1.03 This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. It takes two bites to eat, with each bite healing 1,062 life points, and boosting up to 4 Ranged and 5 Slayer levels.
Summer pie Summer pie 2,374 LP 95 1,192 0.5 This food is made by players using the Cooking skill. It takes two bites to eat, with each bite healing 1,187 life points and boosting up to 5 Agility levels, as well as restoring 20% of your energy.
Potato with cheese Potato with cheese 1,175 LP 47 298 0.25 Made by using cheese and butter on a potato.
Egg potato Egg potato 1,375 LP 55 340 0.25 Made by using tomato, egg and butter on a potato.
Tuna potato Tuna potato 2,125 LP 85 2,292 1.08 Heals almost as much and as fast (one bite) as a manta ray, but is cheaper.
Baron shark Baron shark 2,500 LP 80 N/A Raw baron sharks are caught under the influence of the juju fishing potion. When cooked this food heals an initial 2,000 life points and then 50 life points a second, for 10 seconds. Wearing a shark's tooth necklace extends it another 5 seconds, making it able to heal 2,750 life points total.
Juju gumbo Juju gumbo 2,750 LP 90 N/A Made by using a dose of juju cooking potion on a baked potato and adding the resulting strange potato to a bowl of tuna and corn. This food heals an initial 2,250 life points and then 50 life points a second, for 10 seconds.
Great maki Great maki 2,100 LP 84 1,041 0.5 Heals 2,100 life points instantly, and the player regains 1% of their prayer every two seconds for up to 5%. A second great maki cannot be eaten until the first one's prayer restore effect wears off.
Great gunkan Great gunkan 2,850 LP 91 2,441 0.86 Heals 1,500 life points instantly, and then continues to heal 150 life points per second for 9 seconds. A second great gunkan cannot be eaten until the first one's healing effect wears off.
Arc gumbo Arc gumbo 2,225 LP 89 N/A Untradable, made with ingredients gathered from The Arc.
Shark soup Shark soup 2,350 LP 94 N/A Untradable, made with ingredients gathered from The Arc.
Rocktail soup Rocktail soup 2,500 LP 96 9,439 3.78 It is produced from spices obtained from Player-owned ports and a cooked rocktail. It can heal up to 15% above maximum life points.
Sailfish soup Sailfish soup 2,600 LP 99 16,321 6.28 It is produced from spices obtained from Player-owned ports and a cooked sailfish. It can heal up to 15% above maximum life points.
Fury shark Fury shark 2,800 LP 99 N/A Consuming one while in combat heals 2,475 life points. It has other side effects.
Guthix rest (4) Guthix rest 2,000 LP 10 407 0.2 This potion is consumed in 4 doses (500 life points each). The prices are not accurate and are typically traded higher than the GE values shows.
Guthix rest flask (6) Guthix rest flask 3,000 LP 10 21,958 7.32 This potion is consumed in 6 doses (500 life points each). It has other side effects. While possibly not as efficient for dangerous combat situations it may prove useful for staying long doing activities such as agility.
Super Guthix rest (4) Super Guthix rest 2,600 LP 10 6,900 2.65 This potion is consumed in 4 doses (650 life points each). It has other side effects. While possibly not as efficient for dangerous combat situations it may prove useful for staying long doing activities such as agility.
Super Guthix brew flask (6) Super Guthix brew flask 3,900 LP 10 18,066 4.63 This potion is consumed in 6 doses (650 life points each). It has other side effects. While possibly not as efficient for dangerous combat situations it may prove useful for staying long doing activities such as agility.
Saradomin brew (4) Saradomin brew 4,000 LP 1 19,880 4.97 This potion is consumed in 4 doses (1,000 life points each). It has other side effects. They are best used with Overload (and variants) because this potion reapplies its boosts every 15 seconds, counteracting the bad stat-lowering effects of Saradomin brew.
Saradomin brew flask (6) Saradomin brew flask 6,000 LP 1 38,293 6.38 This potion is consumed in 6 doses (1,000 life points each). It has other side effects. They are best used with Overload (and variants) because this potion reapplies its boosts every 15 seconds, counteracting the bad stat-lowering effects of Saradomin brew.
Super Saradomin brew (4) Super Saradomin brew 5,200 LP 1 69,152 13.3 This potion is consumed in 4 doses (1,300 life points each). It has other side effects. They are best used with Overload (and variants) because this potion reapplies its boosts every 15 seconds, counteracting the bad stat-lowering effects of Saradomin brew.
Super Saradomin brew flask (6) Super Saradomin brew flask 7,800 LP 1 129,517 16.6 This potion is consumed in 6 doses (1,300 life points each). It has other side effects. They are best used with Overload (and variants) because this potion reapplies its boosts every 15 seconds, counteracting the bad stat-lowering effects of Saradomin brew.

Types of food

There are many types of food such as fish, meat, bread, cakes, pies, and pizza. There are also foods which grow from the ground such as potatoes, cabbages, and onions; these items can be put into baskets and sacks. Players could also get food as a treasure trail reward in the form of purple sweets or biscuits. Lastly, there are holiday items food such as pumpkins and Easter eggs. It is strongly recommended that players do not eat holiday items as they are rare and extremely valuable.

Most types of food can be found in one of the following articles:

Notes

Factors to consider when choosing the right food:

  • Players should try to find food that heals more in one bite than the max hit of dangerous monsters they train on. This should not pose a problem for players who train on much weaker monsters than they are.
  • Some items require inventory space, like baskets of strawberries to take out strawberries. Monsters drop items that require space, so consider the value and frequency of drops when bringing food.
  • Try to avoid eating during combat if it is not necessary. Not only does it prevent an attack from being used, it also uses some adrenaline. Some areas have aggressive monsters that hit hard and foods that take multiple bites, like cake, may cause problems.
  • Some foods, such as cakes, require two or more servings. This can easily be remedied by storing the food in a Cornucopia during combat as this action does not interrupt attacks and allows the food to be eaten at once.
  • Eating one piece of pie only takes 0.6 seconds as opposed to other foods which normally take 1.8 seconds (3x longer), making high-level pies valuable where fast healing is necessary. The limit is 330 life points with summer pies.
  • Items such as expensive spices, shark's tooth necklace, Necklace of gluttony, and healer's insignia can increase the potency of healing from eating certain types of food.

Trivia

  • Purple Sweets, magnetic minnows and biscuits are the only stackable food in the game. Purple sweets heal 200 life points and restore 20% run energy per serving, and biscuits restore heal 250 life points and 10 prayer points each.
  • Food cursor
    The mouse cursor for eating (after 2 September 2009 updates) represents a half-eaten apple, although you cannot eat apples in RuneScape (except rotten apples which do not heal anything).
  • The animations for eating food were updated with the release of the Dungeoneering skill.
  • In Daemonheim, it is possible to "feed" a fellow party member by using a piece of food on them, which makes them perform the eating animation and heal, using the food from your inventory. This is only possible outside of Daemonheim when on a co-op Slayer task with the ability bought at a Slayer Master with co-op Slayer points.
  • On German servers, the old eating animation is still in effect.
  • Most foods take 3 game ticks to eat; exceptions are purple sweets and pies.
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