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Tomato Soup is the fifth Cooking Pot Crafting Item and overall 35th Crafting Item to be unlocked, along with Acorn. Its market price is 1,054 - 1,757 Coin25px-DoF. It unlocks at Level 35.

Description

The Crafting Item Tomato Soup is a ceramic bowl of creamy tomato soup with a tomato stalk on the top of the soup.

Uses

As an end-product, no Crafting Items require Tomato Soups. However, Tomato Soups can be used to feed monsters and fill out Skyship orders, if any of them ask for any.

Crafting

To craft a Tomato Soup, 3 Tomato (Tomato) and 1 Coconut Milk (Coconut Milk) are required to be made and processed in the Cooking Pot. Starting crafting of a Tomato Soup requires dragging the "Tomato Soup" icon into the Structure once.

Once a Tomato Soup has been collected from crafting it, it rewards 15 Experience per Tomato Soup.

Market availability

Purchasability

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Sellability

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Skyship requirements

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Strategy

To mass-produce Tomato Soup, you'll need to mass-produce Tomato and produce a steady supply of Coconut Milks. Preferably, use two Garden Patches of all Tomato, to make it easier to craft Tomato without huge hassle.

The whole minimum recommended list of Structures required for mass-production of Tomato Soup from scratch are:

  • One Fruit Tree for the Coconuts
  • Two Garden Patches for Tomato
  • One Juicer for the Coconut Milk
  • One Cooking Pot for all of the Tomato Soups!

Wait every 40-60 minutes for each Tomato Soup, if using two Garden Patches, also dependant on Garden Patch and Juicer upgrades.

Producing from scratch

The following table shows the list of Crafting Items involved in production of Tomato Soups. It shows what Structures are required, what Crafting Items are being involved in each Structure, what recipes are required in each Structure, the total Crafting Items required to make the required ingredient Crafting Item(s) from scratch, the crafting time of the Crafting Items, and the total time required to make each ingredient Crafting Item from scratch.

Total cumulative time for crafting a single Tomato Soup is 7 hours, 27 minutes, 30 seconds.

Structure
Required
Ingredient Crafting Item(s) involved Recipe Cumulative
Recipe
Crafting Time Cumulative
Time
Garden Patch
Garden Patch
Crafting Item Tomato
Tomato (x3)
N/A N/A 30 minutes 1 hour, 30 minutes
Fruit Tree
Fruit Tree
Crafting Item Coconut
Coconut (x3)
N/A N/A 2 minutes, 30 seconds 7 minutes, 30 seconds
Juicer
Juicer
Crafting Item Coconut Milk
Coconut Milk (x1)
3 Coconut 3 Coconut 50 minutes 57 minutes, 30 seconds

Notes

  • This is the last Crafting Item to require Coconut Milk of some way shape or form.
  • It is rather strange to have a tomato stalk in the Tomato Soup, since tomato stalks are highly toxic, however, the stalk is meant to be there to ensure the soup is tomato soup and not blood.


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