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Hi All! Long time player, first time poster. I had a quick question, (I couldn't find any barrel and temperature related posts): If I store Ceramic Vessels in a barrel, in a dark and cold place. Will they get the temperature benefit as if I placed them straight to the floor? (Hopefully, this is in the right section, its not really a "discussion" per say, just a question/issue of how the game works in this regard) Any help would be appreciated.
Hello TerraFirmaCrafters! There are a-many ways to protect your precious food and such goodies, especially fruit, with it's ever-so-quickening decay rate. However, an extremely effective source of preservation, drying, doesn't seem to work with brined fruits. Is anyone else having a problem with this? Or was it never implemented? -iPotato