Burnt food is the result of a normal occurrence when Cooking. Burning food happens when the player's Cooking level is not high enough to not burn the food and the chance to burn decreases the higher Cooking level the player has. Most food will eventually stop burning at a certain cooking level; however, there are some foods that always have a chance to burn unless wearing a Cooking cape. Players can also cook food that is already cooked to burn it, which is sometimes used in quests. When cooking, a fire has the highest chance to burn food, using a range decreases the chance, reduced further with some foods when using the cooking gauntlets, Lumbridge Castle cooking range, or the Hosidius Kitchen.
Although selling burnt food to general stores yields 0 coins and not tradeable on the Grand Exchange, some player collectors may pay for them, though prices vary and are dependent on the type and quantity of food.
Types of burnt food[edit | edit source]
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Ruined chompy and Snake over-cooked are the only types of burnt food without 'burnt' in the name.
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