Suspicious Stew

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Suspicious Stew
Suspicious Stew.png
Rarity

Common

Restores

?

Renewable

Yes

Stackable

No

Suspicious stew is a food item that can give the player a status effect.

Obtaining[edit]

Suspicious stew is the only food item in the game that cannot be obtained from the Creative inventory but can be crafted and found in shipwreck chests. In Java Edition suspicious stew can be given with commands like /give, but unless NBT data like that listed in the data values section is included, consuming it gives no effect.

Crafting[edit]

Ingredients Crafting recipe
Red Mushroom +
Brown Mushroom +
Bowl +
Any Flower


Chest loot[edit]

Suspicious stew[note 1] can be found in 57.4% of shipwreck supply chests in stacks of 1.

Brown mooshrooms[edit]

After being given a flower, a brown mooshroom can be milked for suspicious stew with a bowl.

Trading[edit]

In Java Edition, expert-level farmer villagers sell 1 or 2 suspicious stew[note 1] for one emerald.

In Bedrock Edition, master-level farmer villagers have a 13 chance to sell suspicious stew for one emerald.

Usage[edit]

Food[edit]

A bowl of suspicious stew restores 6 () and 7.2 saturation points, and gives a few seconds of a status effect. The effect given upon eating depends on which flower is used, and is stored as an NBT Tag. The effect is not displayed in the tooltip, texture, etc, meaning that the player cannot tell in advance what the effect is unless they remember what flower they used.

Flower Effect Duration (BE) Duration (JE)
Allium Fire Resistance 2s 4s
Azure Bluet Blindness 6s 8s
Blue Orchid
Dandelion
Saturation ? 0.35s
Cornflower Jump Boost 4s 6s
Lily of the Valley Poison 10s 12s
Oxeye Daisy Regeneration 6s 8s
Poppy Night Vision 4s 5s
Tulips Weakness 7s 9s
Wither Rose Wither 6s 8s


The bowl is emptied and returned to the player after the suspicious stew has been eaten, and can be re-used to craft more stews.

Sounds[edit]

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Please remove this notice once you've added suitable sounds to the article. The specific instructions are: Suspicious milking sound

Java Edition:

SoundSubtitleSourceDescriptionNamespaced IDSubtitle keyVolumePitchAttenuation distance
Eating? Eating one single foodentity.generic.eat subtitles.entity.generic.eat ? ? ?
Burp? Eating a singular foodentity.generic.burp subtitles.entity.generic.burp ? ? ?
Gear equippedPlayersSometimes when eating in survival
See MC-97507
item.armor.equip_generic subtitles.item.armor.equip 1.01.016

Achievements[edit]

Icon Achievement In-game description Actual requirements (if different) Xbox points earned Trophy type (PS)
Time for StewGive someone a suspicious stew.20GBronze

Data values[edit]

Item data[edit]

In Java Edition, suspicious stew uses the following NBT data:

  •  tag: The item's tag tag.
    •  Effects: The status effects this suspicious stew has.
      • One of these for each effect.
        •  EffectId: The numeric ID of the effect.
        •  EffectDuration: The duration of the effect in ticks. Values 0 or lower are treated as 1. Optional, and defaults to 160 ticks (8 seconds).

In Bedrock Edition, suspicious stew uses the following data values:

DV Description
0 Night Vision
1 Jump Boost
2 Weakness
3 Blindness
4 Poison
6 Saturation
7 Fire Resistance
8 Regeneration
9 Wither

History[edit]

Java Edition
1.1418w43aSuspicious Stew.png Added suspicious stew.
19w08aSuspicious stew can be obtained by milking brown mooshrooms.
1.14.4Pre-Release 1Suspicious stew made from poppies now gives Night Vision to the player instead of Speed.
Bedrock Edition
1.13.0beta 1.13.0.9Suspicious Stew.png Added suspicious stew.
beta 1.13.0.15Master-level farmer villagers can now sell suspicious stew.

Issues[edit]

Issues relating to "Suspicious Stew" are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.

Notes[edit]

  1. a b The stew will grant one of the following effects: 5–7 seconds of Blindness, 7–10 seconds of Jump Boost, 7-10 seconds of Night Vision, 10–20 seconds of Poison, 7–10 seconds of Saturation, or 6–8 seconds of Weakness.