How to Make Liquid Food in Soulmask

If you need to know how to make liquid food in Soulmask, you’ve come to the right place. We are going to explain what even counts as liquid food in this game, and then we’ll discuss how you get it. You will have to jump through quite a few hoops, but nothing too bad. Let’s get into it.

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how to make liquid food in soulmask
How to Make Liquid Food in Soulmask

How to Get Liquid Food in Soulmask

Before we can start talking about how to get and make liquid food in Soulmask, we first have to define what it even is? Like, is it a puree of some description? Really runny mashed potatoes? Nope. It’s good ole soup (or broth). I don’t know why the hint couldn’t just say “feed him soup,” but never mind that. There are several different types of soup you can make – meat, mushroom, herb, etc. I recommend making meat soup or broth for the purposes of recruiting barbarians, but I think any of them can work. The major problem here is that you have to unlock a whole bunch of steps before you can cook soup. So, let’s get into the details, shall we?

Okay, so, in order to make liquid food in Soulmask, you’ll need several things. for one, you need to make a bowl out of clay, and for that, you need the potting table. You’ll also need to have unlocked processing food, have a cooking stove built, and also have access to boiled foods. That’s the quick rundown. The ingredients for broth are fortunately really simple. All you need is some meat, some water from the waterskin, and the aforementioned bowl. Feed that to a comatose barbarian, and you’ll be friends before you know it. So long as you have the recruitment node repaired, naturally. And by the way, if dogs attack you while you’re carrying an incapacitated barbarian, just keep running. They usually lose interest after a while.

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