- The Cooked Chicken used to have an old texture being more smooth. Then, it was changed to look like what it does today, but with a black outline. It was then changed for one last time in 1.4 to get rid of the black outline.
- Chicken was the third food to be added into Minecraft, including raw and cooked versions.
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Cooked chicken is a food Foods (or Foodstuffs as considered by the Creative inventory) are consumable items that when eaten restore hunger points and sometimes cause status effects. They are essential to the player s survival, as going without them will item that can be eaten by the player The Player Health points 20 () Armor points Varies Attack strength Fist: 1 () Items: Varies Size Height: 1.8 Blocks Width: 0.6 Blocks While sneaking: Height: 1.65 Blocks Width: 0.6 Blocks While gliding: Height: 0.6 .
When a chicken dies while on fire, it will drop one cooked chicken instead of raw chicken. It does not matter if the player was involved in the chicken`s death. The amount of cooked chicken dropped is affected by the Looting enchantment "Flame" redirects here. For the non-solid damage-dealing block, see Fire. “ How does enchanting work in Minecraft? Well, you open a magical book and pick a random spell, not quite sure knowing what it will .
Raw chicken Raw Chicken Type Food Restores 2 () 30% chance of Hunger (0:30) Cookable Yes Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) Experience Cooked: 0.35 First appearances See History Data value dec: 365 hex: 16D bin: 101101101 Name chicken Raw chicken can be cooked in a furnace Furnace Type Solid Block Requirements None Physics No Transparency Partial (when active) Luminance Yes, 13 (when active) Blast resistance 17.5 Hardness 3.5 Tool Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) Flammable No First appearances See History Drops . Each piece of cooked chicken removed from a furnace output slot gives 0.35 experience Experience First appearances See History Internal ID PC: 2 PE: 69 Network ID PC: none Entity ID xp_orb XP bar visible above hotbar. Experience (EXP or XP for short) can be obtained by gathering experience (22.4 experience per stack).
Villager butchers will offer 6⃢₀ₓ8 cooked chicken for an emerald Emerald Type Raw materials Durability N/A Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) First appearances See History Data value dec: 388 hex: 184 bin: 110000100 Name emerald See the gem. For the ore, see Emerald Ore. For as one of their second tier trades.
To eat cooked chicken, press and hold use while it is selected in the hotbar. Eating one restores 6 () hunger See the gameplay mechanic. For the status effect, see Status effect#Hunger. The Food Bar is seen on the right, opposite the Health Bar. Hunger is an aspect of Minecraft that governs several and 7.2 hunger saturation See the gameplay mechanic. For the status effect, see Status effect#Hunger. The Food Bar is seen on the right, opposite the Health Bar. Hunger is an aspect of Minecraft that governs several .
Cooked chicken can be used to breed Two villagers in "love mode", breeding “ If you hold food in your hand, they follow you around. If you feed them, they enter "love mode". Two animals in love mode = babies. „ —Notch and heal tamed wolves Wolf Health points Wild: 8 () Tamed: 20 () Attack strength Wild: Easy: 3 () Normal: 4 () Hard: 6 () Tamed: 4 () Size Adult: Height: 0.85 Blocks Width: 0.6 Blocks Baby: Height: 0.425 , lead them around, and make baby tamed wolves grow up faster by 10% of the remaining time.
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|Husbandry||The world is full of friends and food||⃢₀ₔ||Eat anything that can be eaten.|| |
|A Balanced Diet||Eat everything that is edible, even if it`s not good for you||A Seedy Place||Eat each of these 35 foods. Other foods, if any, are ignored for the advancement.|| |
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Cooked chicken in an inventory.
- Can restore a good amount of hunger points.
- Lots of saturation.
- Chickens are farmed easily. Plus, when farming, they₠may occasionally lay eggs, which will create more Chickens.
- Does not have a chance of inflicting Hunger, unlike Raw Chicken.
- Chickens somewhat appear randomly, and if you can`t find one, no chicken.
- They require seeds to breed.
- Cooked chicken must be cooked in a furnace, which requires some fuel, unless the chicken happens to be killed with fire, Lava, or a Fire Aspect/Flame enchanted weapon.
- Each chicken will always drop one raw chicken when killed, even if it is killed by a weapon with the looting enchantment, which makes other passive mobs drop more of their drops.