Fae Farm: How to Make Diced Roots

Here's how to make Diced Roots for 'A Watery Wonder'.

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Fae Farm has many recipes to discover, and Diced Roots is one of them. Diced Roots are helpful for various meal combinations, and you’ll need them for the ‘A Watery Wonder’ quest. However, there are a few steps to take before you can prepare them. Here you’ll find our complete guide on how to make Diced Roots in Fae Farm.

How to Make Diced Roots in Fae Farm

First and foremost, you’ll need the proper equipment to make Diced Roots. The recipe requires you to grow Turnips and later prepare them at a Food Prep crafting station. You can purchase Turnip Seeds from Holly’s Seed Shop for 5 Florin each. Then, you’ll need to make some Basic Soil Beds and the Food Prep Table crafting station to get started. Here’s how to make them.

  • Basic Soil Bed
    • x1 Silt
    • x1 Sand
    • x1 Beech Log
  • Food Prep Table
    • x1 Oak Lumber
    • x1 Beech Lumber
    • x1 Copper Ingot
    • x2 Stone Brick

Once you’ve got your setup ready, plant your Turnip Seeds and water them. The Turnips will take four in-game days to fully mature. Be sure to water them every day, unless it rains. Additionally, you can use Bounteous Fertilizer to increase your bounty, or Zippy Fertilizer to speed up the growing process by at least one day.

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Once you harvest the Turnips, simply head to your Food Prep Table to prepare them into Diced Roots. Each Turnip plant will provide x2 Diced Roots. You’ll need x20 Diced Roots for ‘A Watery Wonder’, so I recommend planting x10 Turnip seeds or using Bounteous Fertilizer to increase your yield.

Well, that’s all there is to know about how to make Diced Roots Fae Farm. We’ve got plenty more to discover here at GameSkinny, such as our farming overview guide. Check out our growing Fae Farm guides hub for more tips, tricks, and walkthroughs.

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