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How To Make Seafood Salad in Disney Dreamlight Valley

We teach you how to make seafood salad in Disney Dreamlight Valley.
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We have to best guide on how to make seafood salad in Disney Dreamlight Valley. The recipes in this game could be their own game, that is how flushed out they are. And with over 160 meals to cook, you will never run out of recipes or ideas. But a key to success is learning the proper recipes and following them word for word. The good news is, the seafood salad is one of the easier recipes in the game. Just some lettuce and seafood. But we can help you dive a little deeper.

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How To Make Seafood Salad in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Each of the meals that you can cook in Disney Dreamlight Valley is rated anywhere from one to five stars. The more stars a meal has, the more ingredients are required to craft it. Seafood Salad is a 2-star meal meaning that it only requires two ingredients to make it. Like we said, it’s one of the easier meals in the game. You will need the following ingredients to cook a Seafood Salad:

  • Lettuce
  • Any seafood

After crafting this meal, you can check the ingredients again by going into the meals section of the collections menu. Thanks to how simple it is to obtain the ingredients for the Seafood Salad, you can actually craft it relatively early on in the game. There are two prerequisites that you need to meet before you can get the ingredients; opening Goofy’s Stall in the Peaceful Meadow and unlocking Dazzle Beach. Both are relatively simple.

Once you open Goofy’s stall, you can buy lettuce seeds from him. Plant them and wait a minute or so. Boom, you’ve got lettuce! Once you have your lettuce, any seafood you catch can be used to complete the seafood salad. Namely, oysters, clams, and scallops. Throw ’em together and watch the magic happen.

That’s All Folks

I’ll be honest for a second and say that Disney Dreamlight Valley could potentially help some people learn how to cook in real life, too. Alright, that may be a stretch.

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