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Description

 Ingredient Type: Dried Meat

 
A preserved seafood snack that has a savory flavor and chewy texture. Sims can grab a serving from the bunch to use as an ingredient in recipes.
 
This ingredient can be purchased via my Brazen Delivery service. If you'd like to craft this you'll also need to install the Preserving Skill from the 'Optional' section.
 
If you have the Preserving Skill installed, this will add a new recipe for your sim to create a Fish Drying Rack. Once created, that rack can be dried and a canister of Fish Jerky can be collected from it when it's ready. This item will not start to spoil until a serving is taken from it.
 

Ingredients (Optional)

  • Any Fish*
  • Twine
✱ = EA ingredient type 
⏰ = If used, this ingredient will reduce the cooking time 
 
 

Where to Use This

You will find any food or crafting recipes that use this ingredient in the relations tab. Recipes are optional, but you’ll need at least one to use this ingredient! 

 

Compatibility & Functionality

🪷Can be purchased from Brazen Delivery via the phone or mailbox
🪷Preserving 8
🪷Simple Living, Off-the-Grid, Consumable

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How do I install this?

If using the Curseforge app, all you have to do is click the orange install button and you’re ready to play! If you aren’t in the app, you’ll need to go through the relations tab and  download the files that show as dependencies in the dropdown box; these are what’s going to allow my mod to function in your game.
Do NOT put any ts4script files more than one folder deep.
  

Will this work with other mods?

Most of mods are new or injected content and should not conflict with other creator’s mods. If there are any resources that could potentially conflict, they are listed in the 'File Info' section of the Pages tab.
 

I'm having issues with this content, what should I do? 

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