WoW Cooking Guide
Cooking in WoW is a great skill to earn,
and although it’s not completely necessary, it does mesh
well with several other professions, such as a fishing.
You can actually earn a moderate amount of gold with your
cooking skill and you don’t have to put forth a lot of
effort, making it a lot fun for most players to give it a
try. If you are looking to change things up, this is a
skill that is more than worthwhile to learn.
In the past, most people didn’t even give this profession a
second thought, but with Burning Crusade a lot more
opportunities opened up that required this skill and more
people are now giving it a try. You can actually make some
things that other players really need, so this is a good way to
get extra gold and have fun while you’re doing it.
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Once you decide that you want to give cooking a try, you’ll
need to have fire. This requires the items: Flint and Tinder as
well as Simple Wood. These are of course, pretty easy to find,
so you shouldn’t need to work too hard to get them. Once you
have these items, you’ll need to open up your Spellbook. All
players have the ability to make the Basic Campfire, so you
won’t need to worry about additional training at this
You’ll also find your cookbook in your Spellbook. Go ahead
and open it up to see which recipes you would like to try.
Please keep in mind that your fire will only last for a few
minutes. Since you do have to buy wood, it’s a good idea to
only start a fire when you are actually ready to start cooking.
Click on the appropriate ingredients that are required for each
recipe and you’ll be cooking in no time at all.
You may notice that the recipes require a few other items in
order to complete. Here’s a sample recipe for Crocolisk Steak.
You’ll need to have one Crocolisk Meat and one set of Mild
Spices. These can be purchased from a vendor, or you can go out
and buy your own.
Once you have completed your apprenticeship, you’ll be ready
to move forward. Items that you do not have can be purchased
from a cooking trainer, so you may need to spend a little to
make a little at first. However, once you advance and go
through more quests, you’ll have easy access to the items that
you need for your recipes.
When you start out, you won’t have a lot of what you need to
make more advanced recipes. Here’s a quick way to progress in
skill from 1 to 375 with very little effort. You’ll need to
start in Ironforge. Here, you can purchase one flour and one
mild spices to make your first recipe of Spiced Bread. This is
very simple and will help you advance to 40. Once you’ve done
that, you’ll need to get 30 mild spices as well as some more
wood. Now, get to Auberdine and find a Moonkin. Keep killing it
until you have around 20 eggs or more. This will quickly take
you to skill level 60.
You can then go south to Ashenvale where you will be able to
find the Crawlers which will drop clams. Pick up as many as you
can and then head back to Ironforge. Cook up the eggs that you
got from the Moonkin and sell them. You’ll need to then find a
cooking trainer and learn more skills so that you can cook the
clams you found. By now, your skill level will be up to 130.
Get the expert cookbook and you will be well on your way to
getting up to 375.
This is page 1 of 2 of our WoW Cooking Guide. In the next
page you'll learn secrets such as how to make money from
cooking and more: World of Warcraft Cooking
Guide (page 2)
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