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Burnt Pork

Burnt Pork

The Burnt Pork item in Rust is the unfortunate result of overcooking Raw Pork on a campfire, barbecue, or any other cooking appliance in the game. This charred food item provides significantly less nutrition and health benefits than its properly cooked counterpart, the Cooked Pork. Consuming Burnt Pork restores a negligible amount of hunger and provides only minor health recovery, making it a less desirable food source for survival.

When cooking Raw Pork, it is important to monitor the cooking time carefully to avoid creating Burnt Pork. If neglected, the Raw Pork will transition from its cooked state to burnt, reducing its effectiveness. Players should aim to remove the pork from the heat source as soon as it turns into Cooked Pork to maximize its dietary benefits.

In addition to its decreased nutritional value, Burnt Pork can also pose a risk of food poisoning if consumed in large quantities, further emphasizing the need for cautious cooking. To optimize survival and maintain health in Rust, players should prioritize cooking food to perfection and avoid consuming burnt meals whenever possible.

Remember that despite being an inferior food item, Burnt Pork can still be consumed in emergency situations when no other food sources are available. However, relying on it as a main food supply is not recommended for healthy survival gameplay in Rust. Players should always aim to cook Raw Pork just right to produce the much more beneficial Cooked Pork.

Burnt Pork Compostable

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Burnt Pork Smelting