What are the social or health benefits of other drinks, like grape juice?
Suggestion: On the recipe document, perhaps add a comment line at the top to show how to interpret the numbering in the recipe. For example: four:Beef_raw:1:Onion:2:Salt:1:Water:4
What does the "Four" mean. Since that number is spelled out, I'm guessing it yields 4 servings but not really sure until I go cook some. Would be useful to clarify that in the doc.
I can see storing partial loaves of bread, for example after a party where there are only two slices left. Eventually this will accumulate to 8 slices and then you can retrieve a whole loaf.
I see. It's that last bit I hadn't considered. I was wondering why would want to add portions to your basket knowing you couldn't get them back out sooner than later. Thanks.
I'm trying to think about the last bit here "Added Get to Basket allowing the delivery of items from inventory to the basket owner, e.g. a loaf of bread containing 8 units. Note that this feature is limited to items which currently have physical containers (bread, flour, wheat) and you must have enough units to completely fill a container." What would be an example of using the basket like that where you have parts in the basket that need to equal a whole? I can think of someone slicing bread, adding it to the basket but you could only get a loaf if you had at least 8 slices left. But then you could never get a slice out so .... ??
(I am not wishing I could put individual meal portions in the basket, just trying to visualize what that note meant.)
When I was trying to decide what servants I could refer to at my farm (who did I sent to deliver perfume orders for example) and what servants might I have in a small farm estate, I'd run across this list of servants . I chose a small household staff from among these listed. Maybe it's useful to others.