How long does it take for the stew to cook on virtual villagers 4?
Not long. You only need fish, food, berries, mango, fresh water and a hot rock. And an adult villager of course!! :)
It depends on the villager. If she is elderly, she will never recover. If she is weakened because of a sickness, curing it will bring her health back. If she is weakened because of hunger, enough food will make her recover. Also, try a stew with three orange flowers, it seems to have a good effect on villagers who eat it.
Requirements:20 people(everybody will work but the babies that nursing mothers have don't count) Boil fresh water and add 3 sweet-smelling flowers(above lab). Drop 20 villagers on the stew once it's finished. They will carry bowls of yellow goo to the tree. After the last person "honors the tree" the puzzle will be complete. Note:If this doesn't work try again. Level 3 Dendrology is not needed.
Can you put raw shrimp into a stew and just have them cook along with the stew or must they be cooked first?
To make a stew: Get an empty bowl. Fill it with water. Use the resulting bowl of water with either a potato or cooked meat or cooked chicken to get an Incomplete Stew. Use the Incomplete Stew with the other ingredient to get an Uncooked Stew. Cook the stew on a range or fire. The order in which you add the potato or meat doesn't matter. Adding a first ingredient creates an Incomplete Stew and…
make a stew of one black flower which can be found below the burial ground, and two orange flowers that's found at the south end of the map. this will make a stew that will make a villager hold their breath for a long time. they'll dive down and get retrieve the "thing" at the bottom of the pool. :)
You need level 2 of science; then you build a clothing hut (it appears when you get level 2 science.) After it is built cut the pulpy vines (they are to the left of the staircase) using the tools you make. Get it three different times to make a stew; you use salty water. After drag you player over the stew mix and and they will put it next the beach. Then you have to…
It will thicken it but the stew will be very sticky/glutinous to eat. I would suggest you thicken your stew with a 'roux'. A roux is equal quantities of butter and flour mashed up together (while cold) to make a paste. At the end of cooking (and while the stew is still boiling hot), add teaspoons of this paste to the stew little by little, stirring it in well (it will not form lumps if…