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Allies, including the Player, consume 3 Food each day, so keeping your stocks up is always a concern. Water is considered part of the food supply. In the beginning you might be able to scavenge a lot of preserved food, but don't forget about long term solutions like building a garden. Also, you have the ability to ration the provisions, but less food and water will lower morale.
Items marked with * have been updated to Patch #5.5 values.
Fresh/Perishable Food[edit | edit source]
Fresh Food expires after several days without a working fridge. The "Expires" counts the number of days that the item lasts without a fridge, the "Fridge" is how long it will last with one.
An apple is an excellent source of nutrients.
Chicken meat that’s still fresh enough to be eaten.
A wheel of hard cheese that has been stored properly. This is one of many soon-to-be extinct foods.
Fresh corn, still in the husk.
All parts of a dandelion are edible. It’s not much, but it has some nutritional value.
A fresh chicken egg.
Fresh grapes. A great snack.
Non-toxic wild mushrooms. An all-around decent source of vitamins and nourishment.
A good source of vitamin C.
Fresh peach gathered from a local tree.
Tomatoes taken right off the vine.
Edible berries picked from local sources.
Unopened mayonnaise. If nothing else, it does provide calories.
A handful of edible insects. Just think of them as lobsters, only much smaller. May drop morale.
Soon to be known as “apocalypse chicken”, some people may not want to eat this, but it’s better than going hungry. May drop morale.
Potato. There might not be sour cream, butter, or cheese around anymore, but this is still a decent source of calories.
Not exactly bursting with calories, these are essential to turning bland foods into gourmet meals.
A fresh fish, caught locally.
Preserved Food[edit | edit source]
Preserved food is either very dry, or consists of more preservatives than actual food. Anyhow, it's a good backup if you run low on fresh food.
It's too moldy, even if you are starving. It might be useless, but then again, maybe not. (NOTE: used to produce Antibiotics in your Science Lab.)
A large sack of white rice.
A small bag of white rice.
A staple of Native Americans, and later explorers, it’s a concentrated block of fat, meat, and berries. High-energy food that keeps for long periods of time – enough to get used to the taste.
This ketchup will enhance the flavor of other items, but that’s about it. With the world dying, the final battle between ketchup and catsup proponents may finally declare a victor.
A box of Haul'N Oats, the hearty granola with R&B (raisins and berries).
A box of Uncle Werewolf brand uncooked pasta.
Milled flour. In the right conditions, this lasts for years.
An entire box of protein bars.
A can of tuna that reads "dolphin safe". At least the dolphins are safe.
Jerky that came from one of several farm animals. At least that's the hope.
Ready-to-eat high-calorie food made specifically for the military. Keeps for years.
A box of military rations.
An assortment of nuts. Great source of protein and nutrients.
A large jar of JPG peanut butter. Good for sandwiches or making horses talk.
A large sack of dried beans.
Pickled meats and vegetables. What once was a bar dare is now dinner.
A mix of different kinds of dried fruits.
Honey is a natural foodstuff and sweetener, but it also keeps indefinitely.
Granny Pantry brand powdered milk in a can. The milk you can carry in your pocket.
Jellied fruit preserves that should keep for awhile.
An extra large can of Monsignor Poblano's Recon-chili-ation.
A bag of refined sugar. Best if combined with other foods.
A box of Teddy O's-velt with big fiber sticks and marshmallow bull-moose.
Plain, ordinary crackers. They taste better these days, but they aren't very nutritious.
A small bag of dried beans.
Protein bar for weight-lifters and people on the go. These are great sources of calories for the size.
A can of Stew-Tang Clam Chowder, the soup endorsed by rappers.
A can of Noodle Chef Authentic Italian Canned Pasta Product with Balled Me-at.
Derp Dog Food. The label doesn't say anything about it being just for dogs.
The label has fallen off this can. Don't think of it as a mystery, but an adventure.
A can of Sham precooked ham. Not surprisingly, its nutrition is fairly low, but it's edible.
A bag of Shingles potato chips.
A bag of Squeal Boy pork rinds.
A can of potted meat food product. With a name like that, you know it must be food.
A pack of ramen noodles. They're slightly more nourishing than shredded newspaper, but at least they taste like real food.