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    What is the best cuisine in Azeroth?

    My vote goes to pandaren food simply because it is the most fleshed out one with flavour texts, an entire zone for it with tillers and company. Another i find interesting would be tuskarr, probably has some neat ways of preserving fish.

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    I agree, Pandaren cuisine probably. I don't want to imagine what would some Outland dish taste like, and let's not even get into the bouquet of anima-made fish in the SL
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    Pandaren for sure. Though I would really be intrigued about the cuisine of Blood and Night Elves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scubi666stacy View Post
    Pandaren for sure. Though I would really be intrigued about the cuisine of Blood and Night Elves.
    Night elf cuisine has spider dishes in it, so I think I'd avoid that, personally. I think gnome cuisine would be really interesting, though!

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    It’s kinda hard to say, especially when you take into account of personal taste.
    The panda are of course inspired by China and I personally dislike that food(both authentic and americized style)
    The blood elves would be fancy feast.
    Humans would be similar to your typical western style
    Orcs more brutal
    I guessing the drenai would have a mix palette due to all the worlds they visited

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aresk View Post
    Night elf cuisine has spider dishes in it, so I think I'd avoid that, personally. I think gnome cuisine would be really interesting, though!
    Rat Kebab from Deeprun Tram?

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    Rat Kebab from Deeprun Tram?
    I forgot about that. I regret everything I've said. XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rustedsaint View Post
    It’s kinda hard to say, especially when you take into account of personal taste.
    The panda are of course inspired by China and I personally dislike that food(both authentic and americized style)
    The blood elves would be fancy feast.
    Humans would be similar to your typical western style
    Orcs more brutal
    I guessing the drenai would have a mix palette due to all the worlds they visited
    Orcs have cactus apple pies don't they? That sounds tasty.

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    You haven't dined in Azeroth until you've tried a fresh Deeprun Tram Rat Kabob.

    edit: Damn, taken. Well I always like having some https://wowpedia.fandom.com/wiki/Green_Ham_%26_Eggs washed down by extra fresh https://wowpedia.fandom.com/wiki/Pail_of_Warm_Milk from that nice tauren lady in Highmountain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aresk View Post
    I forgot about that. I regret everything I've said. XD

    if spiced and prepared correctly, everything is edible
    except bat wings by mandarins :-P

    in WoW creatures are magical, also different from real-life counterparts

    thus, probably most stuff will be still edible

    also wow has lots of carnivous animal/bird meat
    like Wolves, Lions, etc


    p.s. I'd love to taste Dirge's Kickin' Chimaerok Chops

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    I remember Dwarves having a Beer-Basked Boar Ribs cooking recipe as an early quest reward, and that's right up my alley in terms of cooking when I want to treat my friends and myself.

    Rest of the time I'm more for vegetables and some proteins on the side, a sorta Mediterranean diet. Which I guess would be Blood Elf cuisine? Maybe Night Elves as well.
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    pandarean for sure. I bet the humans eat the kind of food medieval peasants eat which is just horrifying to even think of. elves eat nothing but salads and vegan food so not touching that. Orc's and most horde races just eat meat. which can't be great for digestion but hey at least I'd eat that.

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