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Over 70 recipes are included in the Final Fantasy 14 Cookbook, which will be released later this year.

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Cookbooks are inextricably linked to video games. A Tomb Raider cookbook was introduced earlier this year at Square Enix Presents in March. Given how Lara Croft is continually scraping by in the harsh wildernesses of the planet, it’s safe to assume that her meal plans are little more than subsistence. However, this recently unearthed Final Fantasy XIV cookbook may be able to satisfy your hunger with over 70 sumptuous, exotic cuisine inspired by Eorzea’s diverse civilizations.

Wario64, a Twitter user, dug through Amazon’s database and discovered a $35 licensed video game hardback cookbook available for preorder. The book revealed out to be a new Final Fantasy XIV text that fans can add to their increasing collection of trinkets and collectibles after further scrutiny. You may read Wario64’s Twitter thread by clicking on the link above. According to the screenshot given in the Tweets because the paragraph(s) has since been removed from the site, the About section on the Simon & Schuster digital catalog web page reads as follows:

“Journey through the rich culinary landscape of Final Fantasy XIV Online. Featuring favorite flavors from across Hydaelyn and Norvrandt and easy-to-follow instructions, this tome provides numerous tips on making the most of your ingredients. Start your day with Farmer’s Breakfast, a very famous and simple-yet-delightful dish; savor the Knight’s Bread of Coerthas; dive into La Noscea’s Rolanberry Cheesecake, and many more.” 

The Ultimate Final Fantasy XIV Cookbook will be released on November 9th, according to an Amazon image supplied by Wario64. Given the tremendous increase in Final Fantasy XIV Online’s player count, this might be the ideal time to create your own avatar and explore Eorzea’s wide biomes. However, you may encounter technical difficulties as a result of the game’s increased popularity, which has resulted in a scarcity of digital copies.

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