Pam’s HarvestCraft Mod expands the food options in Minecraft by adding new crops and recipes. Since its release in 2011, this mod created by MatrexsVigil aka Pam has introduced over 200 food items to the game. These items include crops that can be grown and replanted and fruits that can be picked numerous times. Players have an extensive farm that can virtually keep producing these new crops.  These include vanilla crops such as carrots and potatoes.  The mod also introduces crops that grow from crafted seeds. These include cabbages, artichokes, blueberries, chili peppers, cauliflowers and dozens of other crops.

Pam’s HarvestCraft Mod

Pam’s HarvestCraft Mod

Pam’s HarvestCraft ModPam’s HarvestCraft Mod 1.12.2 and 1.11.2 also delivers additional dairy products such as ice cream, soy milk, silken tofu, and cheese. These dairy products along with the numerous crops can be used as ingredients to create even more food items. With the help of reusable cooking utensils like the mixing bowl and saucepans, players can create different food items. With the huge amount of recipes included, players can cook up soup, candies, smoothies, sushi and even brownies. These are more than enough to open up a restaurant in the world of Minecraft. Pam’s HarvestCraft is a culinary dream for players who are into crafting food items.

Pam’s HarvestCraft Mod

Pam’s HarvestCraft Mod

Pam’s HarvestCraft ModIn addition to the features already mentioned, Pam’s HarvestCraft also implements machines to bring even more ingredients into the game. For example, the Apiary is used to produce Honeycombs. To turn these into honey or beeswax, players can use the presser which is also delivered by the mod.  Pam’s HarvestCraft also has traps that can be used on land and in water to catch more food items that can be used for crafting. From crops and dairy to machines and utensils, the mod has all the elements players would need to cook up their Minecraft culinary masterpiece.

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