Resale Value: 3
Or a cabbage. There's probably no difference.
These tart berries are plentiful in colder climates.
Commonly boiled down into a sweet paste for use in cooking.
Similar to grapes, but more sour. They become sweeter the closer they are to falling off.
A dense root the size of the average Human hand. Commonly ground up and used as a spice.
A widespread food staple in the Familiar Realm.
A beautiful star-shaped flower. It takes 10 years to bloom, but it never withers.
This cousin of the Bopato is actually a member of the morning glory family.
A winter radish known for its long and sturdy roots.
Delightfully sweet but a little dry.
Resale Value: 5
Spice collected from the inner bark of a special tree.
A perfectly plain bean used to make the perfectly plain flavor.
This cutely shaped fruit tastes like summer.
Golden stalks of grain used to make everything from bread to beer.
Densely packed grains grown partially submerged in paddies of water.
A plump turnip with short leaves and a myriad of stripes on it.
A bundle of leaves waiting to be steeped!
This vial of freshwater is perfectly clear and cold.
This vial of blue water is beautiful, but don't drink it.