Okay, you know all those food mods right? Very simple, they let you cook bacon on a stove, or gives to the ability to make 3D sandwiches. I love those mods, but Pam’s HarvestCraft does food WAY BEYOND any other mod that I’ve seen so far. It adds new crops, new trees, new foods. There are shrubs and bushes that you can break to get mixes of food. There’s new cooking equipment, some that are necessary to make certain foods. It’s just such a huge mod, that the only thing I can do is list the stuff that it has. However, despite how big it is, it’s all pretty simple. Pam’s HarvestCraft just gives more…food! No huge changes to Minecraft’s gameplay, no overhaul of anything like TerraFirmaCraft. Just food. A ton of food. In total, there are more than 1000 new items, foods, and blocks. And honestly, that’s all I can really say about this mod. If you want to have some colorful new foods in your Minecraft experience, go download this mod. You will not regret it. Like, at all. It’s pretty much impossible to regret downloading more food. Plus, it’s fantastic in modpacks, working well with other mods, especially the more realistic ones. Anyway, here’s a few screenshots of food and equipment, because I don’t think I can list them all. What can be listed for now, however, is the food itself, which is in a neat little page right here, in the FTB wiki. It’s very helpful, but I do suggest exploring Pam’s HarvestCraft on your own. That’s part of the fun, after all.
A farm in my world. This isn’t even half of the crops available in the mod.
A little patch of trees that I tried to make. The one right in front of me is a nutmeg tree. Again, this is a fraction of the amount of different kinds of trees out there.
A shelf full of cooking equipment. Not shown is the cutting board, which is a placable block.
Naturally occurring stalk gardens. When you break these, you have a random chance of getting certain stalk crops, which you can then plant and get more of.
Fried Chicken and a Kiwi Smoothie, because why not?
A little kitchen in my base. The chests are for the food. From left to right, the blocks are: Oven, presser, water barrel, candle, and quern. The cutting board is on the ground because I had nowhere else to put it. Note that the candle is also part of the mod, being made from wax.
An apiary. These are also a core part of the mod, supplying honey and beeswax.
Okay, I think that’s enough show and tell for now. If you want to download the mod, go here!