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In RuneScape 3 (RS3), there are several equipment items that provide bonuses to Cooking experience, making the journey from 1 to 99 Cooking more efficient. These items can boost your Cooking experience gains and help you level up faster. Here are some notable pieces of equipment that offer Cooking experience bonuses:
1. Cooking Gauntlets:
- Effect: The Cooking gauntlets, obtained by completing the Family Crest quest, provide a 1% bonus to Cooking experience when wearing them. This bonus applies when cooking food that requires raw fish.
2. Modified Sous Chef's Toque:
- Effect: The Modified Sous Chef's Toque is a reward from the achievement "Tales of the God Wars." It provides a flat 5% Cooking experience boost.
3. Modified Sous Chef's Trousers:
- Effect: The Modified Sous Chef's Trousers, another reward from the "Tales of the God Wars" achievement, offer a flat 5% Cooking experience boost.
4. Modified Sous Chef's Shoes:
- Effect: The Modified Sous Chef's Shoes, also obtained through the "Tales of the God Wars" achievement, grant a flat 5% Cooking experience boost.
5. Modified Sous Chef's Mitts:
- Effect: The Modified Sous Chef's Mitts, part of the "Tales of the God Wars" achievement reward set, give a flat 5% Cooking experience boost.
6. Cooking Outfit (Elite Chef's Jacket, Trousers, Hat, and Shoes):
- Effect: The Elite Chef's outfit is obtained by completing the Cook's Assistant quest and participating in the Gnome Restaurant activity. The full outfit, consisting of the Elite Chef's Jacket, Trousers, Hat, and Shoes, offers a cumulative 2.5% Cooking experience boost when all pieces are worn together.
7. Masterwork Cooking Guild:
- Effect: The Masterwork Cooking guild unlocked through the Varrock Tasks provides a 5% Cooking experience boost within the Cooks' Guild.
8. Sous Chef's Mitts:
- Effect: The Sous Chef's Mitts, obtained through the "Tales of the God Wars" achievement reward set, provide a flat 3% Cooking experience boost.
9. Cooking Skillcape and Cooking Cape (Untrimmed/Trimmed):
- Effect: The Cooking Skillcape and its trimmed version (Cooking Cape) provide a +1 Cooking level boost when worn, allowing you to cook certain food items requiring a higher Cooking level than your current level.
Using a combination of these equipment items, especially the Cooking gauntlets, Modified Sous Chef's gear, and Elite Chef's outfit, can significantly enhance your Cooking experience gains while training from 1 to 99 Cooking in RS3. Remember that wearing these items is optional, but they can certainly make your Cooking journey more efficient and enjoyable.
To start your training in the Cooking skill, I recommend cooking shrimp. These small crustaceans are easy to come by and provide a fair amount of experience when cooked. You can buy shrimp at the Grand Exchange if you want to save yourself the trouble of catching it yourself. However, you can also try to catch them on your own using a small fishing net in areas where they are available.
Once you have obtained the shrimp, head to a kitchen and use the raw shrimp on the stove. By cooking them, you will gain a small amount of Cooking experience and the shrimp will turn into Cooked Shrimp. These cooked shrimp can be eaten to recover a small amount of hit points or sold on the Grand Exchange, depending on your needs.
Upon reaching level 15 in Cooking, you are ready to level up through trout cooking. As with the shrimp, you can fish for trout yourself or buy it from the Great Exchange. If you prefer to fish for them, you will need a fishing rod and some fish bait lures, which can be purchased at fishing stores.
Once you have obtained the raw trouts, head to a kitchen and use them on the stove to cook them. Each cooked trout will give you more Cooking experience than cooked shrimp. As a result, you will gain levels more quickly and move towards your goal of reaching level 99.
When you reach level 30 in Cooking, it's time to start cooking salmon. As with the trout, you can fish for the salmon yourself or buy it from the Great Exchange. Keep in mind, however, that raw salmon is more expensive than raw trout, so you may want to fish it yourself to save some money.
Once you have the raw salmon, head to a kitchen and cook them on the stove. Similar to the previous levels, each cooked salmon will give you more experience in Cooking and get you closer and closer to your final goal.
Once you've reached level 50, it's time to start cooking tuna. As with the previous species, you have the option of fishing the tunas yourself or buying them from the Grand Exchange. Keep in mind that raw tunas are more expensive than trout and salmon, which means catching them can save you a fair amount of money.
When you have the raw tunas in your inventory, go to a kitchen and use them on the stove to cook them. Cooking tuna will give you even more Cooking experience than previous species, speeding up your progress towards level 99.
Once you reach level 60, it's time to switch to cooking lobsters. Unlike the previous species, you cannot catch lobsters yourself, so you need to buy them on the Grand Exchange. Make sure you have enough money to buy a good amount of lobsters before you start.
Once you have the raw lobsters, go to a kitchen and cook them on the stove. Each cooked lobster will grant you an appropriate amount of Cooking experience and help you progress to higher levels.
Once you've reached level 75 in Cooking, you can start cooking Swordfish. Like lobsters, you can't catch swordfish yourself, so you'll need to buy them from the Grand Exchange. Raw Swordfish are relatively expensive, so make sure you have enough money in your inventory before you start cooking them.
As with the previous steps, head into a kitchen and use the raw swordfish on the stove to cook them. You'll gain a significant amount of Cooking experience from doing so, bringing you closer to your goal of reaching level 99.
When you reach level 80, it's time to cook sharks. Raw Sharks cannot be caught yourself, so you will need to purchase them from the Grand Exchange. Keep in mind that raw sharks are quite expensive, so make sure you have enough money before you start cooking them.
Once you have the raw sharks in your inventory, go to a kitchen and cook them on the stove. Cooking sharks will earn you a generous amount of experience in Cooking, allowing you to quickly progress to higher levels.
Once you've reached level 90 in Cooking, you can start cooking stone catfish. These fish cannot be caught by yourself, so you will have to buy them from the Grand Exchange. Make sure you have enough money before purchasing a large number of stone catfish.
Just like the previous steps, head into a kitchen and use the raw stone catfish on the stove to cook them. You'll gain a large amount of Cooking experience doing so, which will quickly lead you to your ultimate goal of reaching level 99.
Here you have a series of tips and recommendations so that you can make the most of fishing for ingredients and preparing food in RuneScape 3:
1.Skill Reset and Bonuses: If you are interested in maximizing your fishing level, consider resetting your skills using the Daily Skill Reset point. This will allow you to redistribute experience points and further improve your fishing level. Also, be sure to take advantage of all the available bonuses, such as the use of items and clothing sets that increase your fishing ability. This will allow you to fish for ingredients faster and more efficiently.
2. Proper Inventory Management: Make sure you have enough fishing tools and bait with you, but be careful not to overload your inventory. Always leave room for the fish you are catching, as they take up significant space in your inventory. Empty your inventory regularly by depositing the fish in a school or using teleportation spells to the Grand Exchange to sell them. This will allow you to continue fishing without interruption and maximize your profits.
3. Planning food preparation: Before you start fishing, it is important to consider how you plan to use the ingredients obtained. If you're interested in cooking on the fly, make sure you have a campfire or stove nearby so you can quickly cook the fish. If, instead, you plan to store the raw ingredients and cook them later, make sure you have enough storage space at your bench or in your home to store them. Keep a balance between fishing and preparing so you don't run out of storage space or necessary materials.
4. Take advantage of cooking skills: By cooking the fish, you can also increase your cooking level. This will allow you to access more advanced recipes and cook foods that provide greater benefits, such as better healing effects. As you advance in your cooking level, research and experiment with new recipes to discover unique and delicious combinations of ingredients.
5. Selling Surplus: While it's important to have enough ingredients to prepare your own food, you can also consider selling your surplus on the Grand Exchange. This will allow you to make a profit and ensure you don't waste ingredients. Check the prices of fish on the Grand Exchange and find the right time to sell them and maximize your profit.
I hope these tips and recommendations are useful when fishing and preparing food in RuneScape 3. Enjoy your culinary adventures and good luck on your expeditions!