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Crafted hard cheese lacks calories #28161

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Photoloss opened this Issue Feb 10, 2019 · 3 comments

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Photoloss commented Feb 10, 2019

Describe the bug
Looted/spawned hard cheese has ~3.8kcal/g (or 130 per "portion") in line with e.g. parmesan. Crafted from curdled milk however it only has 0.76kcal/g (26 per portion).

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Steps to reproduce the behavior:

  1. Spawn in some hard cheese via debug menu
  2. Spawn in some curdled milk and craft it into hard cheese
  3. Compare calorie amounts

Expected behavior
Crafted hard cheese should have close to identical calorie amounts. The portion yield of the recipe might need to be adjusted as the current chain is 15 milk->18 curdling->18 curdled->21 hard cheese while in real life the milk is condensed down a lot.

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0.C-37270-g86ec372

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The curdling milk was displayed as "rotten" in the fermenting vat. This does not currently seem to change the calorie content of the product but may become an issue.

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austin9240 commented Feb 11, 2019

Looking into effects

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KorGgenT commented Feb 12, 2019

Looted/spawned hard cheese has ~3.8kcal/g (or 130 per "portion") in line with e.g. parmesan. Crafted from curdled milk however it only has 0.76kcal/g (26 per portion).

that would be because food recipes inherit kcal from input items.
not technically a bug, but recipe could be altered to make kcal make more sense

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austin9240 commented Feb 14, 2019

Fixed

@cburns2017 cburns2017 referenced a pull request that will close this issue Feb 14, 2019

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Added NUTRIENT_OVERRIDE to cheese_hard #28193

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