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[edit]Sugar
Sugaricon.png
Sugar
Type

Food

Restores

None

Cookable

No

Stackable

Yes (64)

First appearance

Beta 1.2

Data value

dec: 353 hex: 161 bin: 101100001

Name

sugar

Sugar is a food item derived from sugar cane. Sugar is a necessary component in the cake and Pumpkin pie crafting recipes as well as an ingredient in brewing to create potions with speed effects. Neither sugar nor sugar cane can be eaten by themselves.

Contents

[edit] Crafting

Ingredients Crafting recipe

Sugar Canes




Grid layout Arrow (small).png Sugar

Sugar Canes



[edit] Usage

Sugar can be fed to horses to heal, speed growth rate, and increase taming probability.

[edit] As a crafting ingredient

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe

Cake

Wheat +
Milk +
Egg +
Sugar

Milk Milk Milk Grid layout Arrow (small).png Cake
Sugar Egg Sugar
Wheat Wheat Wheat

Fermented Spider Eye

Brown Mushroom +
Sugar +
Spider Eye




Grid layout Arrow (small).png Fermented Spider Eye
Mushroom Sugar

Spider Eye
Grid layout Shapeless.png

Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin +
Sugar +
Egg




Grid layout Arrow (small).png Pumpkin Pie
Pumpkin Sugar

Egg
Grid layout Shapeless.png

[edit] As a brewing ingredient

Name Ingredients Brewing recipe

Potion of Swiftness

Sugar +
Awkward Potion

Grid layout Brewing Bubbles.gif Sugar Grid layout Brewing Arrow.png

Potion of Swiftness
Grid layout Brewing Paths.png

[edit] Video

[edit] History

Beta
1.2 Sugar was introduced as an ingredient for Cake.
Official release
1.0.0 1.9pre2 Sugar's uses were extended by adding the Fermented Spider Eye crafted with a combination of Sugar, Brown Mushroom and Spider Eye.
1.9pre3 The Brewing Stand was added along with the ability to craft a Potion of Swiftness from Sugar and an Awkward Potion.
1.4.2 12w37a Sugar can be used to make Pumpkin Pie.
12w38b Witches can drop Sugar.
Pocket Edition Alpha
0.3.0 Added sugar.
Console Edition
TU1 Added sugar.

[edit] Trivia

Sugar looked bigger in third person perspective.
  • Sugar used to be oddly large from third person or other players view in multiplayer. It also appeared to be held from a different angle than other powder-like items such as Gunpowder and Redstone. This was due to a programming error fixed as of 1.0.0, which specified that sugar should be wielded as a "tool" in third person. This error is shared with Eye of Ender. This bug is still present in Pocket Edition and Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition.
  • One of the splash texts on the title screen is "0% sugar!".
  • In real life, sugar harvested directly from sugar canes is brown, not white.