Hot Milk Recipe Guide – Spiritfarer

Cooking Hot Milk in Spiritfarer
Hot Milk
Dish type Breakfast, Snack
Ingredients Milk (Dairy)
Where to Make Kitchen
Selling Price 210 Glims

Hot Milk is one of the simplest breakfast foods in Spiritfarer. To make it, you only need milk and the regular Kitchen.

What You Need

For Hot Milk, all you need is two things:

  • Kitchen
  • 1 Milk (Dairy)

The kitchen is one of the first buildings you will make in the game, during Gwen’s tutorial.

How To Get Milk

Each Cow Stall automatically comes with a Cow inside. / Spiritfarer
Each Cow Stall automatically comes with a Cow inside.

Start by heading towards Albert’s Shipyard to purchase the Master Blueprint Station. You can get a full list of the requirements you need for this upgrade in our complete Blueprint Station guide.

The upgrade then lets you build the Cow Stall, which you’ll need to build to get milk.

Once the Cow Stall is built, you will find that there’s automatically a cow inside, and you can milk it to get 3 Bottles of Milks every time.

Do note that the cow needs to be fed with grains, fruits, and vegetables so you can milk it again.

How To Make Hot Milk

Making Hot Milk. / Spiritfarer
Making Hot Milk.

Simply take your milk inside the kitchen oven to start the process.

A timer will appear at the top, and your Hot Milk will be ready after only a few seconds. Remember that Hot Milk is one of the dishes that can easily get burnt, so make sure you take it immediately.

You can give Hot Milk to any of these spirits:

  • Atul
  • Astrid
  • Stanley
  • Elena

Of course, you can also sell Hot Milk to Raccoon shops for 210 Glims each.

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