by: Sheri Newton
; edited by: Michael Hartman
; updated: 5/25/2012
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Want to cook delicious meals for your Sims? Not sure what you need to pick up at the Village Shoppe to do so? This article will give all of the recipes to the meals that your hero can prepare so you won’t be left eating gruel and flat bread for dinner.
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Gluttony - A Fatal Flaw
All Sims in “The Sims Medieval" have a fatal flaw (unless they have turned that flaw into a legendary trait). One such fatal flaw is gluttony. It isn’t such a bad flaw for a hero to have. Sure, they like to eat more than other Sims and are hungry more often. However, with how easy it is to feed your hero, it isn’t such a bad flaw to have.
The only thing you really have to watch out for with Gluttonous Sims is the Hunger motive. It will drop down faster than regular Sims. Buy a larder (like a refrigerator) for your hero and make larger batches of food. After your hero eats some, put the rest into the larder. That way, you won’t have to spend as much time cooking and can have something waiting for your hero to eat when they are hungry again (which will be a few times per day).
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The Sims Medieval – Cooking Recipes
Sims all have to eat. It is one of the only two motives that you have to keep full for your hero, the other being energy. Feed your hero with these recipes that include ingredients and they’ll be satisfied.
The Sims Medieval cooking Recipes for the Cauldron and other Cooking Pots
Tip: The ingredients for these recipes can mostly all be purchased at the local The Sims Medieval Village Shoppe or market, if your merchant hero stocked the items. Only a certain number of each item is sold per day at the shop, so be sure to stock up on the ingredients so you won’t run out or have to make multiple trips to the shop every few days.
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All screenshots and references from The Sims Medieval.