|“|| A sturdy pot for melting snow, boiling water, and cooking food.|
A cooking pot is a tool that players used primarily for melting snow, boiling water, and cooking food.
A cooking pot will degrade by 10% if its contents are burned or boiled dry. The cooking pot will not degrade in any other circumstances.
A cooking pot can melt or boil up to 2 liters of snow or water at a time. The amount of time required to melt snow per liter does not decrease when using a cooking pot, compared to a recycled can.
- All fires have the same cooking, boiling, and melting times for food and drink items used with a cooking pot. The cooking speed is not dependent on the temperature of the fire.
- You may only need two cooking pots/recycled cans at a time, as there is only two slots on most cooking surfaces, but stoves have six slots.
- While the pot heats contents more efficiently, its large capacity means a full pot will require roughly two hours to melt and boil water, granting a solid chunk of time to engage in other tasks while making drinking water. For example, a player can sleep or fish for a couple of without worrying about water boiling off.
|Cooking||Can opener • Cooking pot • Recycled can|
|Ice Fishing||Fishing tackle • Hook • Line|
|Lighting||Flare • Flashlight • Storm lantern • Torch|
|Mending||Quality tools • Rifle cleaning kit • Sewing kit • Simple tools • Whetstone|
|Sleep||Bear skin bedroll • Bedroll|
|Story||Jeremiah's knife • Scrap metal shard|
|Other||Charcoal • Mountaineering rope • Snare|