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Farmer’s Delight Addon for Minecraft PE



A terrific selection of new crops and foods – and all this is easy to get if you download Farmer’s Delight Addon for Minecraft on Android.

Players will especially like Minecraft players cooking in a special pot, pre-cutting the ingredients on a convenient board. Very realistic and interesting now it will be possible to cook dinner and invite guests to the table.

The add-on includes 4 new crops:

  • Cabbage
  • Onions
  • Tomatoes
  • Rice

You can use them to make any dish and satisfy a bad hunger.

  • New food
  • New snacks
  • New cookies

To get crops, players will need wild crops that grow all over the world.

For example, cabbage and beets are found mostly on the banks and occasionally near rivers.

Potatoes are found in oak, birch, and dark oak forests.

Carrots and onions can be found on the plains.

Wild tomatoes grow in savannahs.

Wild rice can be found in jungles and swamps.

To successfully plant these crops, you will need to use Delight Dirt. To create it, you will need ordinary dirt and a workbench.

For cooking, you need to take stove blocks and pots. When the pot stands on the stove, it will start to smoke – this means that the process has begun.

You can start preparing the food. To do this, the different ingredients are sent into boiling water. It is important that the pot is always on the stove, otherwise nothing will come out.

An important item is a cutting board. On it you can cut different products. For this you will also need a knife.

To craft a knife you will need a stick and different minerals: silicon, iron, gold, diamonds.

And for a non-zerite knife, a blacksmithing template, a diamond knife and a non-zerite ingot are used.


Download Farmer's Delight Addon Behavior Pack

  • 1.16.1, 1.17.0, 1.18.30, 1.19.30, 1.20+

[141.67 KB]

Download Farmer's Delight Addon Resource Pack

  • 1.16.1, 1.17.0, 1.18.30, 1.19.30, 1.20+

[154.93 KB]

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