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WoWkings Cooking Guide(1-450)

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WoWking’s Cooking Guide 1 – 450
First, visit any trainer in the main cities of Azeroth – just ask a guard, and learn Apprentice Cooking.
• 1 – 40
60 x [Spice Bread] – 60 [Simple Flour], 60 Mild Spices
• 40-80
40 x [Smoked Bear Meat] – 40 [Brear Meat]
Usually where are bears, there are Wolves too. Kill those and you can cook [Spiced Wolf Meat], also.
At 75, you have to visit your trainer in order to to learn Journeyman Cooking.

80 – 130
Learn Journeyman Cooking.
• 80 – 130
Go to Ashenvale, and head to the Zoram Strand, where the sea is (north-west).
[Boiled Clams] – 1 Calm Meat, 1 Refreshing Spring Water – calm meat can be found in[Small Barnacled Clam]
[Crab Cake] – 1 Crawler Meat, 1 Mild Spices
Alliance:
Alliance players can buy this recipe too, because the Crawlers you will kill drops Crawler Claw too. Don’t sell the Crawler Claw!
[Cooked Crab Claw] – 1 Crawler Claw, 1 Mild Spices

130 – 225
Learn Expert Cooking.
• 130 – 175
The Raptors will drops [Raptor Flesh] also, don’t sell or destroy them, because you will need those in the next step of the Cooking guide.
50 x [Curiously Tasty Omelet] – 50 [Raptor Egg], 50 Hot Spices
• 175 – 225
50 x [Roast Raptor] – 50 [Raptor Flesh]

225 – 300
Learn Artisan Cooking.
• 225 – 250
25 x [Monster Omelet] – 25 Giant Egg, 50 Soothing Spices
• 250 – 285
40 x [Juicy Bear Burger] – 40 [Bear Flank]
• 285 – 300
15 x [Smoked Desert Dumplings] – 15 [Sandworm Meat], 15 Shoothing Spices
To get this cooking recipe, you have to complete a quest chain first.
1. Desert Recipe
2. Sharing the Knowledge

300 – 350
Go to Outland and learn Cooking Master.
• 300 – 325
30 x [Ravager Dog] – 30 [Ravager Flesh]
or
30 x [Buzzard Bites] – 30 [Buzzard Meat]
You have to complete a quest chain for this cooking recipe.
1. Ravager Egg Roundup
2. Helboar, the Other White Meat
3. Smooth as Butter
• 325 – 350
You have 3 choice now. I say, farming Talbuk Venison and Clefthoof Meat is a lot easier than the Warped Flesh, because they are both in Nagrand.
35 x [Talbuk Steak] – 35 [Talbuk Venison ]
35 x [Roasted Clefthoof] – 35 [Clefthoof Meat]
35 x [Warp Burger] – 35 [Warped Flesh]

350 – 450
Go to Northrend and learn Cooking Grand Master.
• 350 – 365
Get the Northern Cooking quest and complete it. It requires 4 Chilled Meat. Completing this quest will teach you how to create [Northern Stew]
20 x [Northern Stew] – 20 Chilled Meat
• 365 – 375
The Cooking trainer will teach you a lot of recipes which will go green at 382 skill and gray at 415 skill. Any of these recipes are good for skilling up Cooking. I recommend Rhino Dogs if you want to farm the materials. There are a lot of Rhinos around Warsong Hold in Borean Tundra, and they respawn really quickly. If you want to buy the materials, you should check the prices for Rhino Dogs, Worm Meat and Fangtooth Herring. These are usually the cheapest ones.
13 x [Rhino Dogs] – 13 [Rhino Meat]
• 375 – 400
Making one Kungaloosh costs 66 silver, so if you find out that Rhino Dogs, Worm Meat or Fangtooth Herring are cheaper than that, buy those instead.
You have to finish a quest chain first. It starts with the quest called Some Make Lemonade, Some Make Liquor and ends with The Taste Test. After you completed the quest chain, go to Dalaran and find the Washed-Up Mage, he is in the In the underbelly (sewers). He will teach you how to make [Kungaloosh]. After that, go to the Dalaran Fruit Vendor and you can just buy the materials from him.
• 400 – 425
Every cooking recipe beyond this point will be purchased with [Dalaran Cooking Awards], which are obtained by completing the daily cooking quest given by Katherine Lee (Alliance) or Awilo Lon’gomba (Horde). And you’re going to need them and a ton of Northern Spices to level past 425 skill.
You should cook the recipe that you will use for raiding. Choose one recipe from these, and make that until you reach 425. The recipes are sold by Derek Odds (Alliance) andMisensi (Horde).
• 425 – 450
[Gigantic Feast] or [Small Feast]. Both recipes are sold by the NPCs mentioned above.
I hope you liked this Cooking Guide, Congratulations on 450!

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    Juil 2, 2009 @ 16:21

    Formatting!No time to look at the content of your guide right now, but let me point out one thing:
    Right now it’s just a wall of text making it hard to read and to recognize any structure in your text.

    Suggestion: Use some colours, formattings and headlines to improve it’s quality layout-wise (effect will be drastic!).
    Please see the Guide Writing section for further help.

    This is an issue with quite some guides being posted here. So let me state this: The above said applies generally, not just for this guide. Without proper formatting a guide’s content can be as extraordinarily good as it wants to. Nobody will want to read it. So just spend some time on formatting please 😉 If your content is great, it deserves a great presentation as well!

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    Juil 2, 2009 @ 17:30

    I’m sorry to say this but itI’m sorry to say this but it seems like this guide has been copied from this website: http://www.wow-professions.com/wowguides/wow-cooking-guide.html (which, in turn, might have copied it from this website: http://www.wow-guide-pro.com/wow-cooking-guide-1-450.html).

    These guides are all very similar and use practically the same wording. Example:

    (http://www.wow-professions.com/wowguides/wow-cooking-guide.html)

    * 365 – 375

    The Cooking trainer will teach you a lot of recipes which will go green at 382 skill and gray at 415 skill. Any of these recipes are good for skilling up Cooking. I recommend Rhino Dogs if you want to farm the materials. There are a lot of Rhinos around Warsong Hold in Borean Tundra, and they respawn really quickly. If you want to buy the materials, you should check the prices for Rhino Dogs, Worm Meat and Fangtooth Herring. These are usually the cheapest ones.

    13 x [Rhino Dogs] – 13 [Rhino Meat]

    This piece of information is exactly the same in your guide, which leads me to believe that you’ve copied this guide, altered it a little bit (‘Congratulations on 450!’ instead of ‘GZ to 450!’) and then pasted it on the WoW-Pro website.

    This is not good. You are of course encouraged to post new guides, but they should be made by you and not by someone else. Also, do you have permission from the original author to post this guide?

    If you are the original author of this guide then I apologize; you can disregard my comment.

    Kind regards,

    Yokaij

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      Juil 2, 2009 @ 20:16

      CopyingThank you for this post Yokaij, it is indeed against WoW-Pro’s policy for people to copy and paste guides, and it’s hard for the admins to know when this happens.

      WoWking – I truly appreciate your efforts to contribute to the site, but copying and pasting without permission of the original author is a violation of copyright law (at least in the US). If you contact the original author and they say it’s alright, then it can remain up, or if you make a clear effort and get no response.

      In addition to being against the rules, simply copying and pasting means the guide has no formatting and is pretty hard to read, making it low quality in comparison with other WoW-Pro guides.

      Keep in mind that the *order* of doing something can’t be copyrighted, just the specific phrasing. So you can use the same sequence to level cooking as the original author, as long as you have your own commentary.

      I’ll do my best to contact the original author and see what’s up. Sorry for the bother, but it’s just the way it has to be.

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        Juil 13, 2009 @ 8:54

        WoWking – since you have notWoWking – since you have not commented here or made any indication that you have permission to use this guide, I’m taking it down. You can comment here or message me if you want to discuss this.

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