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Cooked Porkchop
Grilledpork.png
Cooked Porkchop
Type

Food

Restores

Hunger.svgHunger.svgHunger.svgHunger.svg

Cookable

No

Stackable

Yes (64)

First appearance

Indev (February 19, 2010)

Data value

dec: 320 hex: 140 bin: 101000000

Name

cooked_porkchop

Cooked Porkchop (also known as Grilled Pork), is a food item that can be obtained when a raw porkchop is cooked in a furnace, or is dropped by a pig that is killed by fire.

Burning pigs provides a slightly easier method to obtain cooked porkchops without the need to monitor a furnace. The player can burn a pig by making it walk into lava, right-clicking the block under a pig with a bucket of lava, or by lighting the squares around it on fire with a flint and steel. As of 1.0 you can also obtain cooked porkchops by killing a pig with a sword or bow with the Fire Aspect/Flame enchantment.

Cooked porkchops are stackable, along with raw porkchops and many other food items, making it possible to cook the full 8 porkchops per coal or charcoal. Cooked porkchop heals 4 hunger units and 12.8 food saturation.

Contents

[edit] Cooking

Ingredients Smelting recipe

Raw Porkchop +
Any fuel

Raw Porkchop Grid layout Furnace Progress.png Cooked Porkchop
Grid layout Fire.png
CoalCharcoalOak WoodOak Wood Planks

[edit] Use

[edit] Advantages

  • Given a decent stock of raw porkchops, cooked porkchops can be made in a furnace in a matter of seconds.
  • They can easily be obtained when a pig dies from fire. This is best accomplished with a sword or bow enchanted with Fire Aspect/Flame.
  • Cooked porkchops have a higher effective quality (a composite of hunger restoration and saturation restoration) than all other foods, save for steak, which has an equal effective quality.

[edit] Disadvantages

  • Like raw porkchops, the availability of cooked porkchops depends on the presence of pigs within reach. Pigs are found somewhat randomly, and may take significant time and travel to find, depending on the biome that the player spawns in. It is best to breed pigs once at least two of them are found, so there will be a steady, renewable supply of pigs.
  • Breeding pigs requires carrots, which can be very difficult to obtain if there are no villages with carrot patches nearby, as they only very rarely drop from zombies.

[edit] History

Indev
February 19, 2010 Added cooked porkchop.
Beta
1.5 A pig drops cooked porkchops when killed with fire.
1.8 The texture of cooked porkchops has also been changed to a lighter color that looks more like real-life porkchops, and the old texture was used for steak. Before, Cooked Porkchops used the texture of the old Steak: 1.3.2 steak.png, but was changed to a lighter one: 1.3.2 cooked porkchop.png
Cooked porkchops now are stackable and restore hunger instead of health.
Cooked porkchops are no longer dropped by zombie pigmen upon their death, but instead they drop rotten flesh.
Official release
1.4.2 12w37a Texture changed from 1.3.2 cooked porkchop.png to 12w37a cooked porkchop.png (The item sprite no longer has a dark outline).
Console Edition
Console Edition
TU1 Added cooked porkchop.
TU3 Cooked porkchops use the Beta 1.8 texture.
TU5 Cooked porkchops are now stackable to 64 and fills hunger instead of health.
TU12 Texture changed from 1.3.2 cooked porkchop.png to 12w37a cooked porkchop.png (The item sprite no longer has a dark outline).

[edit] References