All JRPGs worthy of their name need to feature cooking mechanics in some capacity, and Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is no different in this regard. With Goku loving to eat so much, it is not surprising to see cooking being so important in the grand scheme of things in the game.

Here’s everything you need to know about cooking and eating meals in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot.

How to Cook Food in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Cooking in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot can be done in two different ways: by campfires or in villages by speaking to specific NPCs. The two cooking methods do not differ much, as you will get the chance to pick which food you want to eat and review its effects, which include temporary and permanent stat boosts. The only difference is that food cooked by campfire has to be eaten right away, so the only way to cook and store food is by cooking in villages. No matter where you cook, you will also have to provide ingredients, which can be obtained as reward for completing quests, hunting animals and dinosaurs, and more.

Eating a single dish is not enough for someone like Goku, so you also have the option of eating Full-Course Meals. While you will need more ingredients to cook these meals, you will be able to enjoy multiple buffs at the same time, including EXP buffs that make grinding less frustrating. Always eat your food, folks: it will make you strong enough to take the most powerful enemies around!

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