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Beardedwombat posted a topic in GuidesHello Fellow Terrafirmacrafters! After spending much time learning the art of preserving food for the winter, I've decided to share my knowledge. Food can be hard to come by in this game, so stockpile it while you can! Before we start, here's a list of things you will need! Required: Wool Yarn - This is gained by using a spindle on sheep's wool. Barrels - At least two are needed, as one is for vinegar and the other for brine. Salt and Fresh Water- Fresh water is used to make Alcohol, and then Vinegar. Saltwater is for Brine. 100oz Alcohol Materials- Wheat flour, Barley Flour, Rye Flour, Rice Flour, Cornmeal, Potato, Apples (green or Red), and Sugar. 100oz Fruit- It doesn't matter what kind , all you need is 100oz of the same kind to make vinegar. Whatever you wanna dry/smoke/pickle.- Meats, Fruit, Vegetables... Most things can be pickled, and meats can be smoked or dried. Salt (Optional)- Salted meats last longer, and stack with other preservation methods! Step 1: Prep phase. This phase is setting up before you actually start your work. Here I'll guide you through making ingredients into alcohol, alcohol into vinegar, and vinegar into brine. Making Alcohol:Of the ingredients listed above, you'll need 100oz of one of them. Here is a handy screenshot to help you find these ingredients. Take that 100oz object and toss it into a FULL BARREL of fresh water, like this! It is important to note that the output says some sort of alcohol. Once it looks similar to this, seal up that puppy and wait a few days! The item will ferment into some sort of alcohol, and you should be left with something like this. Making Vinegar:Now that you have alcohol, you can move on to the next important Step. Vinegar. Vinegar is made by placing 100oz of any fruit into a full barrel of Alcohol, then sealing it. It's important to note that the outcome says Vinegar. If done correctly it should look like this: After a day or so, you'll be left with a big old barrel of Vinegar, enough for 10 barrels of Brine. Making Brine: At this point, you'll need your barrel of vinegar, and a second barrel filled with 9 buckets of saltwater. Fill a bucket with Vinegar and place the bucket of Vinegar in your barrel of saltwater. It will instantly become brine. Here's the saltwater and vinegar ratio you want And here is the finished Brine Step 2: Building the Smoker/drying rack Smokers and drying racks are relatively simple. To make one, you'll need 4 blocks of any kind. You can even use trees. Just make sure they are 1 to 5 blocks apart. It should look something like this. Now you need Wool Yarn. You will need 1 to 5 pieces, depending on how far apart your blocks are. While holding your yarn, simply right click the inner side of one of the parallel pillars, and it should connect with a Drying Line, making it look like this: Voila, there you have one premium drying rack. In a bit you'll learn how to turn that drying rack into a smoking rack!