Topic: [patch]-tag used in cooking multiplies pots  (Read 720 times)


Buoidda

« on: January 09, 2021, 01:38:47 PM »
I tried to modify BAC sour milk so that I could make variable amount in one pot by adding [patch] and [patchwise]-tags and reducing the needed requirements by dividing them with 5 (originally 1lbs leaves and 5 lbs milk).

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// from BAC v111
// https://www.unrealworld.fi/forums/index.php?topic=4712.0
//   originally Cheese mod by zhihao1
//   http://www.unrealworld.fi/forums/index.php?topic=2360.0
// edited smaller amounts
.Sour Milk. *COOKERY* /20/  \1d\ %20% [patch]
{nettle leaves}   #0.2#  [boil] [remove] [patchwise]
{Milk} #1#   [remove] [boil] [patchwise]
[SPOILAGE_DAYS:60]

Then I made a patch 3 sour milks with one pot, which resulted me having 3 pots of sour milk.

Is there another way to make a variable amount of sour milk where the ingredients still retain the same ratio?

I know with [optional] tag it can be done with single ingredient divided into small amount of compulsory and second optional line like here:

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// Got idea from Privateer
.Render fat into tallow.  *COOKERY* %50% /15/ \1h\  |-2|
{* fat} #0.1# [remove] [boil] 'some fat'
{* fat} #5# [remove] [boil] [optional] 'more fat'
{Water} #4# [remove]
[NAME:rendered fat]
[COOK_WEIGHT_DIV:1.2]
[SPOILAGE_DAYS:200]
[CARB:0]
[FAT:99]
[PROTEIN:0]
[WATER:0]
[PRICE:1]

But sour milk is more complicated, supposedly having a fixed ratio of two ingredients.

EDIT: Currently decided to just shrink the recipe to 0.5lbs nettle and 2.5 lbs of milk. (Since tanning sludge needs 3lbs of sour milk and nettle cheese 6lbs of sour milk. Less than ideal, but reasonable.)
« Last Edit: January 09, 2021, 08:25:36 PM by Buoidda »
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Privateer

« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2021, 11:05:56 PM »
 Micro management of food items (non meat) and container items using measures defined by the cook is kind of the 'nut'
as you've shown, that I'm thinking of with cook anything.

 I obviously don't have a solution yet.. I hope ;) GL

*edit*  I am having a momentary though of small containers 128g capacity (1 cup) etc. for easier grabbing of ingredients in controlled volumes.
Or maybe it's a stroke who knows
« Last Edit: January 10, 2021, 04:00:09 AM by Privateer »
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« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2021, 06:29:01 AM »
Finn migrated to US, I.e. grew up with metric, later learnt the SAE /Imperial measurements.

Geek-mode:
128g is closer to 1/4lb, albeit bit more.

Cup (8oz) = 1/2 pound. (Lb = 16oz)
Pound = 453.6g (without rounding pound is exactly 453.5924g)
Cup = 226.8g

And I’m hoping for some good changes with Sami talking about cooking changes in the works.

Smoking and drying used to be in sets of 19lbs... learnt to make cords in 25’ lengths now. 
Guess I need to learn to use other seasonings than 1 meadsweet leaf/flower and 1/2 nettle leaf in the stews  :o

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« Reply #3 on: January 11, 2021, 06:35:38 AM »
 I modeled a cup of flour in my example
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