Grinding chocolate bars
Pestle and mortar or a knife
|Inputs (189,000)||Outputs (270,000)|
|9,000 × Chocolate bar (189,000)||9,000 × Chocolate dust (270,000)|
Chocolate dust is used to create energy potions. Because these are often used to train Herblore, and grinding chocolate bars gives no experience, many players avoid the tedium of making chocolate dust and buy it directly from the Grand Exchange. This opens up an opportunity to grind chocolate bars for profit. Like all methods involving large amounts of buying and selling, which require a relatively high capital to start, it is recommended to test the market by crushing one chocolate bar first to make sure it is profitable.
Multiple bars can be ground in one game tick, or they can be left to auto-grind every 3 ticks. This results in anywhere between 1,800 (idle) and 9,000 (high-intensity) bars ground per hour, with profits ranging from 16,200 to 81,000.
To grind the bars, simply use them together with a knife or a pestle and mortar. Be careful when doing this fast, however, as the top option for the chocolate bars is the Eat option. It will slowly grind the bars one by one. Repeatedly using the tool on the bar significantly increases the speed at which the bars are crushed. Doing this may be easier by placing your tool of choice next to the last chocolate bar in your inventory reducing the distance you need to move your mouse.
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