Jellies and Pickles

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For a detailed analysis of profit using the Preserves Jar, see Preserves Jar Productivity.

Jellies and pickles can be produced by inserting either a fruit or a vegetable in a preserves jar, respectively. The value of a single jar of jelly or pickles is equal to (2 * Base Crop Value + 50). Jelly and pickles are unaffected by the quality of the fruit or vegetable used.

A preserves jar requires 4000 minutes to produce pickles or jelly. This will take 2-3 days, depending on what time of day the processing begins. [1]

Image Name Description Ingredients Recipe Source
Preserves Jar.png Preserves Jar Turns vegetables into pickles and fruit into jam. Wood.png Wood (50)Stone.png Stone (40)Coal.png Coal (8) Farming Skill Icon.png Farming Level 4

Products

Quality of ingredients makes no difference to the finished product. The value of the finished product is determined using the base value (i.e., with no silver or gold star) of the fruit/vegetable. However, the preserved version is always more profitable than even gold star produce, although the profit margin is lower compared to normal produce.

Image Name Description Ingredients Processing Time Sell Price Restores
Pickles.png Pickles A jar of your home-made pickles. Any vegetable (1) Time Icon.png 4000m (2-3 days) Pickles.png2 × Base Vegetable Price + 50 Inedible
Jelly.png Jelly Gooey. Any fruit (1) Time Icon.png 4000m (2-3 days) Jelly.png2 × Base Fruit Price + 50 Inedible

Gifting Jelly

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Bundles

Jelly is one of the options for the Bundle Purple.png Artisan Bundle in the Pantry.

Trivia

  • Jelly sold by the Traveling Cart will not be of any fruit type and will sell for Gold.png160g.
  • Pickles sold by the Traveling Cart will not be of any vegetable type and will sell for Gold.png100g.
  • The description of the Preserves Jar states that it makes Jam, but it actually produces Jelly.

References

  1. One hour = 60 minutes from 6am to 2am, but 1 hour = 100 minutes from 2am to 6am.