Sandwichable

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88,439 Downloads Last Updated: Aug 22, 2020 Game Version: 1.16.2

 This mod requires FABRIC and the Fabric API!

If you want to see recipes, they can be viewed with Roughly Enough Items. Highly recommended!

FEATURE REQUESTS SHOULD COME IN NOW, VERSION 1.2 IS IN DEVELOPMENT!

 

THIS MOD WILL NOT BE DEVELOPED FOR 1.12.2 OR FORGE. DO NOT ASK FOR IT.

"Why not Forge and 1.12??? Everyone plays Forge and 1.12!!! That makes Forge and 1.12 BETTER!!!"

Fabric is faster, has a nicer community, comes with more powerful modding tools, supports snapshot versions, and updates day-one.

Fabric makes it easier for me to mod, and easier for you to play as soon as possible with the latest features and least bugs.
Fabric is not any harder to install than Forge, go to the Fabric Loader download page, download it, and run. You will also want to download Fabric API for this mod to work. You then launch the game using the Fabric profile in the Minecraft Launcher, and then put all your mods in the "mods" folder in your game directory, just like you would with Forge.

 

Fabric will not have as many mods as Forge. It came out last year. A brand new game console won't have as many new games as the previous generation.

 

Overview

 Sandwichable

Sandwichable is a mod that brings fully customizable sandwiches to Minecraft.

This mod also adds many different ingredients to aid you in sandwich-making.

 

You will need some kitchen tools to allow you to make these ingredients.

First of all, make a cutting board.

 

Crafting recipe for an oak cutting board.

Along with this, you will need a kitchen knife to use the cutting board.

 

Crafting recipe for a kitchen knife.

One you have those tools, you can cut bread, vegetables, pork, and many other things for your sandwich.

 

Cutting board recipes.

 

 

You can use the cutting board to cut bread into slices, which is great, but you can take it one step further and toast your bread!

In order to do so, you will need to craft a Redstone Toaster.

 

Crafting recipe for a redstone toaster.

You can place items in a toaster by interacting with an item in hand, and remove items with an empty hand. Sneak-interact with the toaster to begin toasting. Items made of metal are not recommended to be toasted, and foods that do not have a toasting result will burn.

 

Toasting recipes.

If you have unwanted food that cannot be toasted, such as rotten flesh, it can be toasted to get burnt food. While burnt food is incredibly useless as a food, you can toast it again to turn it into charcoal, which can be used to power furnaces or even Tech Reborn generators.

 

 

The next kitchen workstation will likely not be in your kitchen, because it's the Redstone Desalinator.

 

Crafting recipe for the redstone desalinator.

The desalinator is like a bigger sibling to the Redstone Toaster, but requires more power to do its job. It is used to extract salt from ocean water.

To use it, simply place it down in a beach or ocean, and waterlog it to fill its tank. Once done, place redstone dust in its fuel slot, and it should power up. Slowly but surely, it will begin to output salt, which can be used to make pickles.

Desalinator GUI

If you don't feel like building a desalinator just yet, you can also find Salty Sand generating in veins in beach/ocean biomes. They drop sand, and a salt rock which can be crafted into two salt.

 

Once you have a fair supply of salt, you can use it to pickle cucumbers.

To obtain some crop seeds, find a shrub. Break it with your fist, and it should yield crop seeds. Continue this until you are satisfied with the seeds you have obtained.

If you received cucumber seeds, plant them in your farm. Harvest the cucumbers once the crop is mature. Cucumbers and tomato crops always drop one seed item, so you will have to craft the cucumbers or tomatoes into more seeds.

 

Now that you have some cucumbers and salt, craft a Pickle Jar.

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To use a pickle jar, pour water inside. Afterwards, fill it with cucumbers. You can place and remove them in the same way as a toaster. When your pickles are inside, interact with salt (not salt rocks).

The pickles will be ready after about one minute.

The pickled cucumbers can be cut on a cutting board to receive pickle chips.

 

And lastly, you can use a basin to make cheese. To craft a basin, use three polished slabs of your choice (or whole polished blocks for a basalt basin) in a bucket shape.

 

Basin crafting recipe

You can then craft cheese culture with a bottle and mushrooms, nether fungi, or a fermented spider eye. (See specific recipes with REI)

To use it, first pour milk in your basin. Then, pour your cheese culture into the basin. Particles will appear, which means your cheese is fermenting. Wait three minutes, and more particles will appear out of your cheese, which you can remove.

Wheels of cheese will inflict nausea when eaten due to the fact that eating an entire wheel of cheese is probably not going to end well in real life. To prevent this, slice it up with a knife and cutting board.

 

In addition to this, there are many more items that can be prepared and cooked on a campfire (As said before, use REI please, it will seriously improve your experience), plus the vanilla food items.

 

To finally put together your sandwich, craft a Sandwich Table.


Sandwich table crafting recipe.
To build your sandwich, place a bread item at the bottom. Stack your food items on top of that bread. To remove an item, interact with an empty hand. Once done, place a bread item on top, and then sneak-interact with an empty hand to remove your sandwich. It can now be placed down for display by sneak-placing it, or it can be eaten to restore as much hunger as all the food inside restores combined.

 

Questions

Q: Forge please?

A: Extremely unlikely that this will be ported to forge. However, there is a sandwich-making mod available for forge called Culinary Construct. Please check it out before begging in the comments.

 

Q: Why DID you make it for fabric???

A: It's super lightweight and generally less annoying when modding, and easier on lower-end computers. Plus, there's snapshot support and it's easier to update mods.

 

Q: 1.14 please?

A: Maybe, but most likely a lot of mods will be on 1.15+ by the time I consider doing it.

 

Q: Other languages please?

A: Currently, this mod supports:

-English

-German, thanks to ACGaming!

If someone were to help translate this or update translations, that would be great!

 

Q: I FOUND A BUG!

A: Report it on the Github issue tracker, please. Click "source" above to find it, and choose "issues" when you reach that page.

 

Q: I can't pick up the sandwich!!!

A: Check your hands, main and off-hand, and you need to sneak.

 

Modpacks

Go ahead, add it, as long as you give credit somewhere.

Recipes for the toaster and cutting board are data-driven, and bread-base items and metal items (for destroying the toaster) are stored in a tag.

Download a data helper mod to change these for your modpack. You can also change shrub/salty sand generation with the config file.

 

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