In the cookbook, many recipes that spoil in 6 days share the same spoilage rate label as Ice Cream, which spoils in 3 days, with the label name being "Quickly".
Adding a perish rate to reflect the 3 day spoilage rate would would be appreciated, as I was getting confused on the spoilage rates on some foods till I noticed this.
As per strings.lua, the perish_rates are as follows:
PERISH_NEVER = "Never", PERISH_QUICKLY = "Quickly", --6 days PERISH_AVERAGE = "Average", --10 days PERISH_SLOWLY = "Slowly", --15 days PERISH_VERY_SLOWLY = "Very Slowly", --20 days
This is the current logic check in cookbookpage_crockpot.lua, with there not being a check for TUNING.PERISH_SUPERFAST (i.e. 3 days).
function CookbookPageCrockPot:_GetSpoilString(perishtime) return perishtime == nil and STRINGS.UI.COOKBOOK.PERISH_NEVER or perishtime <= TUNING.PERISH_FAST and STRINGS.UI.COOKBOOK.PERISH_QUICKLY --6 days or perishtime <= TUNING.PERISH_MED and STRINGS.UI.COOKBOOK.PERISH_AVERAGE or perishtime <= TUNING.PERISH_SLOW and STRINGS.UI.COOKBOOK.PERISH_SLOWLY or STRINGS.UI.COOKBOOK.PERISH_VERY_SLOWLY end
I suggest the very creative label of "very quickly" :>
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