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Fallout 76: How to Complete Refuge Daily – Recipe For Success Mission

The Recipe For Success mission in Fallout 76 is a daily task and this guide goes through the steps of how to complete it.

The Pitt DLC released a bunch of new missions for you to take on in Fallout 76. These new missions are Refuge Daily missions and are given to you by the members of the Responders.

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One of these new missions is called Recipe for Success and it requires you to do something simple; make a stew. It might be simple, but it’s good to make sure you go through everything for this task. Here is how you can complete the Refuge Daily: Recipe for Success mission in Fallout 76.

How to Get The Recipe for Success Mission in Fallout 76 – All Steps

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Start by talking to Orlando in Whitespring Resort in Fallout 76 to get the mission. They will tell you about the different characters that need help around the camp, one of them being Esme. Esme is located in the kitchen area, which can be found by going up the stairs from the entrance and taking the path to the left.

Once you find Esme, talk to her, and she will request that you help her craft a special stew for either the Raiders or the Settlers. Unfortunately, there aren’t enough ingredients to feed both groups in Fallout 76. Once the conversation is over, the quest begins.

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How to Create The Stew in Fallout 76

Creating the stew requires quite a few ingredients in Fallout 76. You will need Venison, Carrots, Tatos, Salt, and Pepper. The Salt and Pepper will be needed later for the stew. You will need the Venison, Carrots, and Tatos right now. While you grab the ingredients, return to the stew and stir it to prevent burning every so often. You never want a good stew to burn. You can find the ingredients in different locations in the kitchen.

  • Venison – In the storage area with the large metal shelves. Go to the top of the staircase and the Venison is on the top shelf.
  • Carrots – In the storage room connected to the kitchen. The Carrots can be found inside the refrigerator.
  • Tatos – In the same room as the Carrots. The Tatos can be found on a metal shelf in the back corner.
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After you get the three ingredients, interact with the objects on the countertops to prepare them for the stew. Interacting with the hammer will prepare the Venison, the sink will wash the Tatos, and the cutting board will chop up the Carrots. Once you are done preparing the ingredients, interact with the stew to place them in the bowl and you’ll be one step closer to completing this task in Fallout 76.

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Now you will need to get the Salt and Pepper. These ingredients are pretty easy to find and will be marked when you get close to them. Like the other ingredients, they will appear in different locations in this Fallout 76 kitchen.

  • Salt – In the room where you found the Venison. On a shelf against the wall with the windows.
  • Pepper – In the storage room where you found the carrots. On a metal shelf in the corner.

After getting both spices, add them to the stew and talk to Esme. You can add an additional ingredient if you choose to, such as Psycho or Stimpak. Afterward, she will ask you to deliver the stew to the Raider or Settler representative. Make your choice, and you will get rewarded appropriately for this Fallout 76 daily mission.

Should You Give the Stew To The Raider or Settler Representative in Fallout 76?

The final decision to make is if you should pick to go with the Raider or Settler Representative when you’re ready to present the stew. The choice is up to you because this is a daily mission in Fallout 76. You primarily want to use this quest as a way to increase your standing with one of these two factions, and because you can repeat, expect to consistently work through this daily quest at least once a day for the faction you want to focus on. The choice is up to you and will vary for every Fallout 76 player.


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