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Favorite Farm Crop? (Opinions)

Favorite farm crops  

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  1. 1. What is your favorite crop?

    • Toma Root
    • Potato
    • Carrots
    • Asparagus
    • Pumpkin
    • Eggplant
    • Corn
    • Watermelon
    • Dragon Fruit
    • Durian
    • Garlic
    • Onion
    • Pepper
    • Pomegranate
    • ugh, I don't like farming, all crops suck
    • all crops!

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6 hours ago, goblinball said:

Do you eat your dragonfruit raw? Dragonpies take 15 days to spoil (iirc) and since dragonfruit are best grown in spring and summer, you’ll probably have the bundle wrap blueprint by the time you start growing dragonfruit.

No I don't eat raw dragonfruit, I do cook them to increase freshness for cooking. I usually just use cooked potatoes or tomatoes for healing, since i do mass farming. not fan of dragonfruit spoil timer, when its on the floor and you have so much crops to pick up. I use dragonpie sometimes but not as my main source of healing. Since i can heal faster just eating a two cook tomatoes or potatoes then how long it takes a single pie to cook.

Whatever fits the player playstyle they should go with, since dst gives us many options. bee queen is usually my main target early game for bundle wraps so I always have them.

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Favourite crop is Pumpkins just due to how tasty the Pumpkin Cookies look (even if it's super wasteful, statswise).

But in terms of potency, Potatoes are the overall strongest (alongsiide growing them with Tomatoes for easier management, which are also great veggies). They are common, have the best overall stats when cooked (who needs crock pots, huh?). grow in most seasons... Imo, due to Potatoes mostly making most other veggies basicly redundant, I also find them the most boring.

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2 hours ago, Azamagon said:

Imo, due to Potatoes mostly making most other veggies basicly redundant

Look to the full half of the glass- because of their nutrients stats, season preferences and desirability, they also elevate Carrots, Asparagus, Pumpkin, Garlic, Tomato, Durian, Corn and probably others as well if you go creative with it. It sadly makes eggplants redundant, mostly because of eggplants' own unoriginal aspects. Something like making Stuffed eggplants a potent hunger food would completely change the perceptions but Klei only changes the dish stats in myths and legends, right?

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