Baking in One Hour One Life refers to cooking certain foods with an Adobe Oven. Current baked foods include pies, bread, Cooked Mutton, Baked Potato and Turkey. Baked foods are useful in using up spare wheat and mutton as part of a composting setup, and providing efficient food storage.
Adobe Oven[edit | edit source]
To make an Adobe Oven, use a round stone on a piece of adobe to create an adobe oven base, then add one more adobe to the base. To use, fill the oven with kindling, light with a firebrand, then wait for 15 seconds for the fire to die down. The hot oven can then be used for one minute to cook food by clicking the raw item on the oven.
Potato and Mutton[edit | edit source]
Baked Potato and mutton are the simplest of all the baked goods. To bake a potato, simply use a Raw Potato on a hot oven. Similarly for mutton, the raw meat gathered from a butchered sheep or mouflon is simply used on a hot oven. Note: While raw pork and mutton look similar (pork has a bone), pork cannot be cooked with the oven. This recipe is useful when an excess of raw mutton is present. Otherwise, raw mutton is often saved for use in pies.
Dough[edit | edit source]
Bowl of Dough is the basis of pie crusts, bread and wheat tortillas. To craft, harvest some wild or farmed ripe wheat using a sharp stone. It is important to note that wheat seeds despawn fairly quickly so take care not to harvest all nearby wheat before replanting. Take the wheat sheaf and thresh it using a straight branch or small curved branch. Remove the straw (which should be used promptly for compost, baskets or hats as it will despawn), and pick up the threshed wheat in a bowl. Use a round stone on the bowl of wheat to turn it into flour. Add a bowl of water to the bowl of flour and you will create dough, the basis of pie crusts and wheat tortillas
Tip: If you do not put dough on at least one plate to make pie crust (or onto a Flat Rock to make tortillas), after 1 minute the dough will turn into leavened dough and will only be able to be made into bread.
Pies[edit | edit source]
A Pie provides 4 servings of food and is thus ideal for efficiently storing large amounts of food or as a backpack food source for long expeditions. Pies are created using wheat, water, and a combination of one or more of the following ingredients: rabbit meat, gooseberries, carrots, and raw mutton.
Different pies restore different amounts of food, which can be seen on the main pies page. Currently, the most viable and useful pies include simple Mutton or Rabbit pies. Some players may wish to take advantage of the variety of pies to maximize their yum bonus.
Pie Crust[edit | edit source]
Filling and Baking[edit | edit source]
Filling is added to the crust to create different pies. Carrots, Raw Mutton and Bowl of Gooseberries can be added directly to the pie crust. All other bowls must be minced with a sharp stone before adding to pie crust. Note: While raw pork and mutton look similar (pork has a bone), pork cannot be made into pies.
Once you have several raw pies ready, set them close to the oven in baskets if you have some. Once you set the oven alight you will have 1 minute to bake everything, so you might want to ask a buddy for help.
Bread[edit | edit source]
Bread dough is made using the same recipe as the pie crust (as above). The only difference being that the freshly made dough must be set aside for 1 minute to turn into Bowl of Leavened Dough before placing on a plate. The plated dough is then scored using a knife, and cooked in a hot oven. The Baked Bread must be cut once more with a knife to serve. The slices of bread can be eaten as is, or served onto individual plates and buttered using a knife and a Bowl of Butter.
Turkey[edit | edit source]
Turkey Slice on Plate is obtained from a Turkey. To make, first put a Plucked Turkey on a plate. Add to a Hot Adobe Oven and after 30 seconds it will turn into Cooked Turkey. Remove the turkey from the oven and use a knife to carve it. Use plates to get 6 portions of Turkey Slice, after which, the Turkey Drumsticks can be taken. The carcass holds 2 drumsticks, which when eaten will leave Turkey Leg Bones. Keep these for making Turkey Broth (they do not decay).
Tip: Putting the turkey in the oven prevents any further baked foods from being cooked, so make it the last to go in.