I'm looking forward to having my food sorted in the cooking tab by the stat it increases.
Cooking is really strange, and I think there will be some bug reports because players don´t understand what is happening.Lets say you start at 530You then make 20 food that gives the Agility buff. Both your overall skill and your ´agi food´ skill will raise by 20 pointYou then make 10 food that gives the Str buff. Your ´str food´skill will raise by 10 points, but your overall cooking skill will not raise. If you had made 21 Str buff food, your ´str food´ skill would have raised by 21 pts and your overall cooking skill would have raised 1 point.Only your highest buff type counts for your overall skill. It is somewhat strange to see the individual cooking types get a skill gain without your overall cooking skill going up.
Just a quick note: under Leveling Cooking, I noticed you missed the recipe between 30 and 90. It is Toasted Fish Jerky. Another thing to note is that she does not sell the ingredient needed to level from 60 to 90. It requires 6 x Golden Carp which will need to be fished up or, of course, bought in AH.
no. You can do all the different cooking aspects.. Its just that only one will really be helpful for a spec. now if you have dual spec, then of course the other cooking aspects will be helpful. However at level 90, in order to get rep with the Tillers (if you so choose) they each have a certain cooked item they enjoy which you can turn in once a day for rep.. and off top of my head, I don't recall any 2 of them having an item from same aspect..
Are you like me and went to the cooking area in the Valley of the Four Winds and couldnt get from 525 - 530?Go back to Orgrimmar and train up to the next level with the cooking trainer. If you try to cook before getting this you'll screw yourself. So don't cook any of the new recipe's until you train up to zen.I have 530 cooking. Now I guess I have to do some quests to open up being able to buy the specialized recipe's? Cause they are red and I still can't buy them.