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* A [[Serving Table]] can hold up to 8 pans/pots (2 of same each slot), so if you want to get full capacity, you need 4 cookers for one serving table
 
* A [[Serving Table]] can hold up to 8 pans/pots (2 of same each slot), so if you want to get full capacity, you need 4 cookers for one serving table
 
* Cookers take a lot of power, so if you have many, it is recommended to have a separate [[Power Station|power station]] for your [[Kitchen|kitchen]] if you have a large prison.
 
* Cookers take a lot of power, so if you have many, it is recommended to have a separate [[Power Station|power station]] for your [[Kitchen|kitchen]] if you have a large prison.
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* It is recommended to put a power switch and a timed control to only allow electricity 3 hours before the Eat time, to save some power for Workshop Saws.
  
  
 
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Revision as of 14:12, 29 September 2014

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Cooks will use the cooker to prepare food, which is then placed on serving tables, ready for prisoners to eat.

Required in all Kitchens, they must be connected directly to a power station

Tips

  • Cookers can hold a maximum of two pots/pans for Food preperation, with a max of 10 portions of food
  • A Serving Table can hold up to 8 pans/pots (2 of same each slot), so if you want to get full capacity, you need 4 cookers for one serving table
  • Cookers take a lot of power, so if you have many, it is recommended to have a separate power station for your kitchen if you have a large prison.
  • It is recommended to put a power switch and a timed control to only allow electricity 3 hours before the Eat time, to save some power for Workshop Saws.


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