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    Rhino Keeper
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    Most profitable recipes?

    Does anyone know which foods give the highest profits? I've looked at that chart and don't understand it.

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    Red Velvet cake is the most profitable and on the drink machine it would be Earl Grey tea.

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    Red velvet cake or cookies? And Thank you

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    Red velvet cake each serving earns 12 coins

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    Thanks

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    Red velvet cakes, green jasmine teas, cinnamon rolls, grey earl tea to name a few.
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    Wouldnt the "most profitable recipe" be te most gold earner per hour? Let's say Some recipes will profit 800g for 2 hours of cooking, which technically is 400g/hour profit. Right? So Earl Gray Tea's / Red Velvet Cakes might not be the best - I haven't looked personally but if someone wants to investigate, post after you do.

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    depends on which profitability u need...

    most of players r oriented for income they get per plate, even despite the real profit from recipe = income minus cost spent for preparation.
    in terms of income per serving, the most profitable food looks like this:
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    Appliance Recipe Hrs Profit/Bunch Prof/Srv Profit/Hr Income/Srv
    Basic Oven Red Velvet Cake 22 $8 600 $7.02 $390.91 12
    Basic Oven Sugar Cookies 22 $7 460 $5.87 $339.09 10
    Drink Mixer Earl Grey Tea 22 $8 860 $5.87 $402.73 10
    Drink Mixer Latte 22 $4 280 $5.86 $194.55 10
    Drink Mixer Love Potion 22 $6 560 $5.86 $298.18 10
    Drink Mixer Hot Apple Cider 16 $7 740 $5.38 $483.75 10
    Drink Mixer Cappuccino 12 $3 660 $5.01 $305.00 10
    Basic Oven Cinnamon Rolls 12 $4 160 $5.01 $346.67 10
    Basic Oven Pumpkin Pie 46 $8 660 $4.95 $188.26 8
    Basic Oven Valentine Cookies 22 $7 160 $4.70 $325.45 8
    Basic Oven Banana Bread 16 $4 420 $4.31 $276.25 8
    Basic Oven Gingerbread Cookies 6 $2 580 $3.44 $430.00 8
    Truffle Mkr White Truffles 4 $1 775 $2.63 $443.75 5
    Drink Mixer Egg Nog 8 $1 320 $2.28 $165.00 5
    Drink Mixer Chai Tea 3 $940 $1.88 $313.33 5

    but higher income doesn't give the higher profit in every means.
    for example, if u have time and desire to play frequently and to cook permanently, u cd like to look at this matter from the point of profit u r getting for each hour of cooking:
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    Appliance Recipe Hrs Profit/Bunch Prof/Srv Profit/Hr Income/Srv
    Basic Oven Brownies 0.02 $80 $0.73 $4 800.00 1
    Basic Oven Chocolate Cookies 0.08 $100 $0.71 $1 200.00 1
    Drink Mixer Jasmine Tea 1 $1 180 $1.43 $1 180.00 4
    Basic Oven Blueberry Muffins 0.25 $280 $2.15 $1 120.00 3
    Basic Oven Cherry Pie 2 $2 120 $1.46 $1 060.00 4
    Drink Mixer Sweet Tea 0.5 $500 $1.33 $1 000.00 4
    Drink Mixer Coffee 0.08 $80 $0.73 $960.00 1
    Drink Mixer White Peach Tea 1 $940 $1.39 $940.00 4
    Basic Oven Red Velvet Cookies 3 $2 740 $1.54 $913.33 4
    Drink Mixer Matcha 1 $880 $1.41 $880.00 4
    Drink Mixer Strawberry Smoothie 2 $1 720 $1.50 $860.00 4
    Basic Oven Celebration Trifle 1 $800 $1.45 $800.00 4
    Basic Oven Fruitcake 1 $800 $1.39 $800.00 4
    Drink Mixer Mocha 0.5 $400 $1.33 $800.00 4

    there cd be also another look. for example, me personally, i didn't yet mastered all the recipes. it means i'm not gonna cook more than 83 bunches of each recipe, at least during next half a year... in this terms, i consider the highest profit from one bunch of recipe, whch is:
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    Appliance Recipe Hrs Profit/Bunch Prof/Srv Profit/Hr Income/Srv
    Basic Oven Sweet Potato Pie 20 $10 060 $2.29 $503.00 4
    Big Apple Oven Liberty Cookies 20 $9 940 $2.29 $497.00 4
    Candy Oven Candy Cookies 22 $9 480 $2.40 $430.91 4
    Basic Oven Seashell Cupcakes 18 $9 220 $2.22 $512.22 4
    Drink Mixer Earl Grey Tea 22 $8 860 $5.87 $402.73 10
    Witch Cauldron Witch Hat Cookies 21 $8 760 $2.32 $417.14 4
    Basic Oven Pumpkin Pie 46 $8 660 $4.95 $188.26 8
    Basic Oven Black Forest Cake 18 $8 620 $2.22 $478.89 4
    Basic Oven Red Velvet Cake 22 $8 600 $7.02 $390.91 12
    Basic Oven Blueberry Buckle 22 $8 440 $2.34 $383.64 4
    Deep Fryer Glazed Donut 22 $8 400 $2.35 $381.82 4
    Basic Oven Autumn Cake 18 $8 300 $2.23 $461.11 4
    Classic Bread Oven L'amour Special 12 $8 240 $2.00 $686.67 4
    Candy Oven Candy Corn Muffin 16 $8 160 $3.08 $510.00 4

    so actually it's up to u whch way to choose as the most acceptable for your playing
    Last edited by VanaCatu; 03-23-15 at 06:17 AM.

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    There are so many debates over this. Vanacatu has listed 3 sides to the profit debate and there is also the debate over cash flow per recipe, time to realise profit etc. RVC has a low food yield with a high profit so the cakes are not usually just sitting there in the hundreds of thousands for months waiting to be sold before you can realise a relatively high profit. Same thing with Earl Grey Tea.

    I suspect it depends on where you are in the game, how much money you have and what your needs are and also what food you have unlocked. I have molten lava cake available to me so I cook that whenever I have all the recipes mastered or when I want a break from the game. It has a high servings yield and a high profit and that suits my game play style perfectly.

    Here's a thread that discusses quite a bit about profits and strategy: https://forum.storm8.com/showthread.p...rofit+strategy

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    oh yes, bobbyrae, i removed molten lava because i don't have an access to it and guess the author doesn't too (((

    but this recipe is brilliant, agree.

    combination srv yield x profit gained is the best exactly for 2 recipes, both unavailable right now:

    - molten lava cake ($11'080 profit per bunch)
    - candy corn macaroons ($10'540 per bunch)

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