Cyberpunk 2077’s Food Is Begging For Cooking & Vendor Systems

Food doesn’t do much for players in Cyberpunk 2077. CDPR should have included the ability to prepare stat-altering meals at vendors in Night City.

Cyberpunk 2077s food options don’t add much to the game, and they could have been improved with the implementation of a proper cooking and vendor system. Prior to the game’s launch, it was speculated that Cyberpunk 2077 would feature a detailed cooking system, one that allowed for culinary creations, similar to how cooking functions in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild. It was soon discovered this was not the case.

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Colorado Springs cooking school chef offers new food trends for 2022 | Lifestyle

Halloumi burgers, shiitake “bacon” and potato milk. Have you ever heard of these foods?

I hadn’t until I started doing research for a story on recent food trends.

After I wrote the article, I spoke with David Cook, co-owner of Gather Food Studio & Spice Shop, to see if he was familiar with any of these.

“I could write an entire book about what I’ve been noticing trending in the food industry,” he said.


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Many of the trends I’d discovered were on his radar,

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All The Tools You Need For A Perfect Sous Vide

Sous vide (pronounced like “sue veed”) is a French term that translates to “under vacuum” and refers to a cooking technique in which food is cooked slowly in a vacuum-sealed bag that is submerged completely in heated water.

This style of cooking allows you to have more control over the temperature of the food you’re preparing and works best with foods like steak, fish, vegetables, pork and lamb. Sous vide even makes tougher cuts of meat more desirable by breaking down the proteins, leaving a tender result. Breakfast is made easy, too; the process is ideal for eggs, as it

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5 ‘Green’ Cooking Habits That Are Easy To Adopt In Your Kitchen Right Now

If you’re aiming to be a more planet-friendly person this year, you can follow the examples of chefs who have made a commitment to reducing food waste and being more environmentally friendly in their own kitchens.

Of course it’s true that many of us — including these chefs — can sometimes feel overwhelmed by the issues facing our planet, but just one person can make a difference, they said. Consider this thought from cookbook author and chef Robin Asbell, who told HuffPost: “It’s easy to feel like one person in a sea of billions. But every plastic bottle of

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