RuneScape Cooking Skill : When Do You Stop Burning Food?

Cooking is one of the most trained skills in Runescape, so players constantly want food. But what level do you stop burning certain foods?

While cooking, you may notice that you burn some of your food, that is generally if you are a low level in the cooking skill. So to cut along story short, here is a list of most commonly cooked food and their zero burning levels.

 

Note : all levels are based if you have no cooking gauntlets and are cooking on a fire, not a range. The second table will give the most ideal conditions.

The following foods are listed in this format

Food – Level to Cook – Level to stop burning – Experience

NO COOKING GAUNTLETS

Crayfish - 1 – 32 – 30

Shrimps - 1 - 34 – 30

Trout - 15 - 50 – 70

Pike - 20 - 52 – 80

Salmon - 25 - 58 -90

Tuna - 30 - 63 – 100

Lobster - 40 - 74 – 120

SwordFish - 45 - 86 – 140

MonkFish - 62 - 92 – 150

Shark - 80 - Never - 210

Manta Ray - 91 - Never – 216

Rocktail - 93 - Never – 225

 

I have only listed fish, as they are the most commonly cooked food to train cooking. If you need information about other foods please feel free to comment below and I will get back to you.

 

WITH COOKING GAUNTLETS AND ON A RANGE

Lobster - 40- 68 – 120 (Cooking lobsters on the Lumbridge Range will gauntlets will have a zero burning level of 64.)

SwordFish - 45 – 81 – 140

Shark - 80 - 94 – 210

CaveFish - 88 - 95 – 214

Rocktail - 93 – 95 - 225

So what level are you in cooking? Is it time to move on to a food that has a zero burning rate for your level? Currently Cooking is a profitable skill even when you buy raws on the Grand Exchange.

Hopefully this has helped in your understating of zero burning levels and how cooking gauntlets and using a range can help.

Happy Cooking

Blink0

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  1. sas221
    Posted August 14, 2011 at 5:29 am

    what about pizza?

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