Stardew Valley sees players running their own farms, and making a name for themselves. Making food and cultivating crops to sell is key to making money in the game. and one of these things you can do to make your farming experience better is wheat flour. However, this game doesn’t make it totally clear how to grind your grain. Don’t worry, we can help.
How to Make Wheat Flour in Stardew Valley
To make wheat flour in Stardew Valley, you’ll need to build a mill. It costs 2,500 gold, 50 stone, 150 wood, and four cloth to build. The mill will allow you to grind your wheat into wheat flour. The process takes about a day to complete. Once you wake up the next morning, you’ll have wheat flour.
If you don’t want to go through the effort of making your own flour, you can always opt to purchase it. It’s available from Pierre’s for 100 gold a piece, or the Jojamart for 125.
There’s another way to get wheat flour. If you’ve decided to use the Beach Farm instead of the standard farm, the supply crates can be used. After upgrading the farmhouse once, you can visit the crates, and be rewarded with 4-7 flour every so often.
As for the many uses of wheat four, it can be used to make bread and food, which can be sold for more than just what the flour is worth. If you’re the kind of player who likes to spend their time in the mines, cooking your own food can net you some serious health and energy boosts as well. Some recipes, like the pink cake, can net you 112 health and 250 energy.
Wheatflour is a very useful item for players who find joy in cooking their meals, and while it might seem like a hard item to acquire, it’s an item that holds a lot of value for players in-game.
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