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Any point of liquid meat and using it?

Discussion in 'General FTB chat' started by Bigpak, Sep 6, 2013.

  1. Bigpak

    Bigpak New Member

    Is there a point to it? Does it have any advantages over other foods? What is it used for?
     
  2. Hoff

    Hoff Tech Support

    Generating meat from skeletons is more than enough reason. If it had better saturation than cookies it might be more enticing though >.>
     
  3. casilleroatr

    casilleroatr New Member

    I like it because its funny. I feel that it is the most appropriate (though not necessarily the best) way of processing pigs. It just seems right to me and when I set up my slaughterhouse its the only food I use. Its so easy to overproduce all food though it can be a bit ridiculous.
     
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  4. Bigpak

    Bigpak New Member

    Heh, I just thought of something terrible. In minecraft 1.6.2. mfr needs to have a glue factory for horses :p
     
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  5. RedBoss

    RedBoss New Member

    Power Crystals said there would be some use of horses when I brought this up a while ago.
     
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  6. Bigpak

    Bigpak New Member

    Oh my god if he actually adds that I will love mfr even more. It has so many uses and it really is a great mod.
     
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  7. SpitefulFox

    SpitefulFox New Member

    I kind of imagine Cooked Meat Ingots to have the consistency and flavor of Slim Jims. :p
     
  8. BanzaiBlitz

    BanzaiBlitz New Member

    It makes me just think of the glory of Spam. :)
     
  9. iwishiknew

    iwishiknew New Member

    What is the benefit of using liquid meat? If the saturation is that of cookies, why not set up a potatoe/carrot farm or slaughter your own pigs/cows with a flame sword? Is it just there because some people like it?
     
  10. casilleroatr

    casilleroatr New Member

    I think the thing that most people are after with liquid meat, other than the fact that its awesome, is that you need the slaughterhouse to get pink slime which is used to make the mfr mining laser
     
  11. iwishiknew

    iwishiknew New Member

    Ahh. I plan to have most, if not all, types of machines in my base so I'll be using that, I just wanted to know. Thanks.
     
  12. KhrFreak

    KhrFreak New Member

    i find it enjoyable to make the liquid meat into ingots, ingots into blocks and build my animal farms out of them, either raw or cooked depending on what fits the look better >:D
     
  13. SpitefulFox

    SpitefulFox New Member

    If you have more than one animal farm, you can just grind them all down into liquid meat so your food stacks in one slot. :p
     
  14. Hydra

    Hydra New Member

    You can make meat blocks out of it. What more do you want than to be able to build a fortress out of meat?
     
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  15. iwishiknew

    iwishiknew New Member

    I didn't know meat blocks were something that could be built. Hmm, they would be a good source of food for an extended siege in addition to the fruits and veges I am growing. I'll have to make a warehouse with them then.
     
  16. Bigpak

    Bigpak New Member

    I've got it, I am going to make a castle out of meat blocks, and in that castle will be my animal breeding station which gets conveyor belted over to the glue factory/slaughterhouse >:)
     
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  17. RedBoss

    RedBoss New Member

    Each tower should have a conveyor belt laid in a circle with a random animal. It's perpetual circuit would advertise the wholesale slaughter that occurs within your walls.
     
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  18. WTFFFS

    WTFFFS New Member

    Main reason I have liquid meat is as a byproduct of pink slime production, triple meats treats are imo a much better food source, though you can config the MFR meat to have the saturation of steak instead of cookies which might make it a bit more useful.
     

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