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Yeast

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Doubleplay, Sep 10, 2011.

  1. Doubleplay

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    After a frustrating search through the item catalogue, can anyone tell me what use the yeast is that you find on orcs? It is labeled with ++, +-, and etc. bacterial resistance. Sounds like a plant growing thing to me.
     
  2. hen

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    It's for making alcohol with the distillery that was part of the rustic theme pack.
     
  3. Frarc

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    To make alcohol with distiller. :)
     
  4. Doubleplay

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    Thanks!! Should have figured that out myself.
     
  5. BluDjinn

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    No offence meant !

    It's obvious yeast would be used for cooking or brewing .
    What is hard to understand is why it doesn't stack!

    It is also obvious, All crafting ingredients ( cooking, brewing, gardening, etc.)
    should be stackable!