How To Cook Sunny Veggie Porridge In Tears Of The Kingdom

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Some tasks in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Realm are long and tedious, while some others are simple puzzles that require little thought. Gloom-Borne Illness is a quest that you can start in the village of Kakariko, which lies somewhere in between.


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When you first arrive at Kakariko Village, you’ll notice that things have changed quite a bit since the previous game. The landscape is different, there are more people, and the problems faced by the inhabitants are a little more threatening this time – like, for example, the grandmother of the owners of the armory.

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Updated May 26, 2023: We’ve updated this article to include a video walkthrough for the Gloom-Borne Illness sidequest in Tears of the Kingdom.


How to start an eclipse-borne disease

Tears of the Realm - Gloom-Borne Illness quest

To run Gloom-Borne Illness, go to Charmedarmor shop in Kakariko Village. Talk to the woman behind the counterwho will tell you that the ridiculous prices they charge are because of her grandmother’s illness.

If the women you are talking to are Clareyou’ll have to go look for it Hair, who will tell more about the grandmother’s illness. At night, she can be found sitting in the shelter just up from the armor shop.

Talk to Lasli and she will explain it to you grandmother’s illness came from the darkness from the chasm that opened nearby and that because of this he can eat nothing but porridge. With this in mind, a solution can be found – you need to do a a bowl of porridge with anti-mortar properties.

How to make sunny vegetable mash

Tears of the Kingdom - Cooking Sunny Vegetable Porridge

Lasli will specifically mention by name some of the ingredients you need for this dish. The table below lists them and how to get them.

The ingredient

location

Hylian Rice

Both can be purchased at General Store in Hateno Village

Milk

Hyrule Herbs

Quite common on Hyrule Field and Hyrule Ridge

sunshine

It is mostly found in the Sky Islands, but also in Hyrule Field and Eldin Canyon

Once you have one of these ingredients, simply cook them together with the cooking pot or Zonai Pot device. You will get Sunny vegetarian porridge.

Return to Lasli with this container in hand and talk to her to complete the quest.

You will receive a bowl for completing this quest Energy vegetable porridge and prices at Enchanted will drop significantly. For reference, full Set Stealth will now cost 1800 rupees while it will Radiant Set now it costs 2400 rupees.

After purchasing one piece of gear from Enchanted, you will also receive Sheikah fabric for your paraglider, which can be customized in Hateno Village.

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