For other consumable items, see Category:Mead.

The term Food is related to consumable items in Valheim.

The player is able to consume 3 different types of food at a time, and stack buffs from each food item. Food buffs have variable durations; move your crosshairs over the food to view how much health/stamina a specific food item will provide, as well as how long the effects will last. The player cannot eat more than one of the same type of food before the the previously consumed food item is digested (this is indicated by the food item blinking, visually represented in the lower left of the screen).

Starvation is not possible in Valheim, but food provides valuable buffs to a player's health, stamina, and regeneration rate. You can't "replace" what you have already eaten until the food you previously consumed has digested. Attempt to balance the three types of food you consume based on the activities you are performing. For example, consume food items with higher stamina buffs during exploration or resource gathering, and eat food items that give higher health and health regeneration for dungeons and boss fights.

Best Meadows-level Food

Arguably the best mix of Meadows food items for maximum longevity and buff strength are as follows:

  1. Cooked meat
  2. Grilled neck tail
  3. Honey

Best Black Forest-level Food

Arguably the best mix of Black Forest and Meadows food items for maximum longevity and buff strength are as follows:

  1. Serpent stew (if you can farm serpents)
  2. Cooked fish (if you've found the trader)
  3. Cooked meat
  4. Carrot soup
  5. Queens jam

Technically, Cooked serpent meat would be the second best option, but the fact that they have a weight of 10 per piece makes it impractical to carry them regularly and are thus better used to make stew.

Best Swamp/Mountain-level Food

Arguably the best mix of food items available once you reach the swamp for maximum longevity and buff strength are as follows:

  1. Serpent stew (if you can farm serpents)
  2. Sausages
  3. Turnip stew
  4. Cooked fish (if you've found the trader)
  5. Cooked meat

Technically, Cooked serpent meat would be the second best option, but the fact that they have a weight of 10 per piece makes it impractical to carry them regularly and are thus better used to make stew.

The Mountain biome does not provide any additional food options.

Best Plains-level Food

Arguably the best mix food items, once you reach the plains, for maximum longevity and buff strength are as follows:

  1. Lox meat pie
  2. Serpent stew
  3. Blood pudding or Fish wraps

Using Lox meat pie, Serpent stew, and Blood pudding will give you 250 health and 210 stamina for 40 minutes.

Using Lox meat pie, Serpent stew, and Fish wraps will give you 220 health and 250 stamina for 40 minutes.

List of food

Name Icon Health Healing

(hp/tick)

Stamina Duration (sec) Stack Size
Raspberries
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10 1 20 600 50
Mushroom
15 1 20 600 50
Blueberries
15 1 20 600 50
Carrot
15 1 15 600 50
Cloudberries
15 1 25 800 50
Honey
20 5 20 300 50
Yellow mushroom
20 1 20 600 50
Carrot soup
20 2 60 1500 10
Queens jam
30 2 40 1200 10
Grilled neck tail
35 2 20 1000 20
Cooked meat
40 2 30 1200 20
Bread
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40 2 70 1800 20
Cooked fish
45 2 25 1200 20
Turnip stew
50 2 50 1600 10
Sausages
60 3 40 1600 20
Fish wraps
60 4 90 2400 10
Cooked serpent meat
70 3 40 2000 50
Cooked lox meat
70 3 40 2000 20
Serpent stew
80 4 80 2400 10
Lox meat pie
Lox meat pie.png
80 4 80 2400 10
Blood pudding
90 4 50 2400 10

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