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New World Cooking Guide: Where to get ingredients from Provisions Crates, Stockpiles & Supply Carts

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New World Cooking Guide: Where to get ingredients from Provisions Crates, Stockpiles & Supply Carts
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There's a whole lot of ingredients you'll need to level up your Cooking skill in New World. From oranges to lemons, sugar to salt, here's what you can get from Provisions Crates, Stockpiles, and Food Supply Carts and where you'll find them.

New World Cooking Guide: Where to get ingredients from Provisions Crates, Stockpiles & Supply Carts

The Cooking trade skill in New World requires a whole lot of different ingredients that can't be collected using gathering skills such as Harvesting or Gathering. 

Instead, you'll have to search for Provisions CratesProvisions Stockpiles and Food Supply Carts, chests which are generally found in buildings and around farms. 

Whether fresh fruit and vegetables, base foods such as rice, or additions like salt and sugar, here's what you can get and in which regions you'll find them.

Note that all of these ingredients, with the exception of Milk, cannot be found in harvesting or gathering nodes. You'll just need to keep opening crates and stockpiles in the hope of them dropping, and there's no surefire way to guarantee a specific item.  

A good way to track chest drops is to use one of the interactive maps that exist for New World. For example, the MapGenie service allows you to select or deselect categories. 

In this case, you'll want to select the Provisions tab, and then Minor Chest and Large Chest. When you hover over the node on the interactive map, it will display the type of chest it is. You're looking for Provisions and Food Supply Carts.

Image: mapgenie.io - New World
Image: mapgenie.io

Naturally, it's a good idea to open every chest you see, but if you're looking for something specific make sure you look up the general area in which you'll find it and refine your search. Otherwise, you could spend hours and hours looking for just a handful of a particular item.

For herbs and spices, we've put together a separate guide which you can find at this link.

Cooking ingredients found in chests and their general locations

Resources

Regions

Corn

Everfall
Great Cleave

Cauliflower

First Light
Edengrove
Mourningdale

Lemon

Weaver's Fen
Restless Shore
Great Cleave

String Bean

Reekwater
Ebonscale Reach
Everfall

Milk

Everywhere

Yeast

Shattered Mountain
Monarch's Bluffs
Brightwood

Melon

Great Cleave
First Light
Weaver's Fen

Coconut

Restless Shore
Mourningdale
Windsward

Onion

Edengrove
First Light
Cutlass Keys

Orange

Cutlass Keys
Mourningdale
Edengrove

Apple

Brightwood
Reekwater

Rice

Monarch's Bluffs
Shattered Mountain

Salt

Everfall
Brightwood

Sugar

Windsward
Ebonscale Reach
Reekwater

Tomato

Restless Shore
Cutlass Keys
Monarch's Bluffs

New World Leveling Guide: How to farm XP and reach max level faster

Leveling is a a big part of any MMO, and New World doesn't make it easy with long quest chains and plentiful settlement tasks. We've put together this guide to help you reach max level quickly.

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