In Cook, Serve, Delicious 3, one question players have been asking is how to practice making food. While you can always learn on the fly during a round and hope for the best, it’s always a good idea to practice making harder foods beforehand. Wondering how to do this? Read on to find out how to practice making food in Cook, Serve, Delicious 3!
How to practice making food in Cook, Serve, Delicious 3
If you’re wondering whether you can practice making food in Cook, Serve, Delicious 3, the answer is that you absolutely can. In fact, there are a few different options available to you when it comes to practicing the game’s expansive menu of food options. First, you can view the Food Catalog from the Main Menu.
In the Food Catalog, you’ll find all of the foods currently available to you in Cook, Serve, Delicious 3. To practice one, simply select the food, then select the knife and spatula icon at the bottom. In doing so, you’ll load into a practice round exclusively comprised of that food item. Even if you mess up all of your orders here, none of it will count towards your actual game or progress, so no pressure!
You can also view information on a food before a round by using right-click on your mouse (left-click adds it to your menu). In the info, you can select the same knife and spatula logo at the bottom and practice that item to ensure this is 100% the item you want on your menu. If it’s too chaotic and you’re not ready, you may want to go with something else.
Finally, you can opt to try your hand at an “easier” round. When clicking on a round, you’ll see a prompt with two options. Instead of selecting “Standard” you’ll want to pick Chill Mode. In Chill Mode, you’ll be able to play through a normal round with several different food options, giving you the ability to learn multiple foods at a time.
Setting itself apart from practice options and Standard Mode though, you don’t have a time limit when it comes to completing orders in Chill Mode. Say all of the numbered orders on the left are full. No matter how long it takes, they won’t disappear from the screen and cause the customer to be angry with you.
You do have a limit on freshness, so if you see a clock counting down on one of the numbered orders, you’ll want to grab that food item first before it burns. Your hold queue at the top of the screen also has a freshness meter, so you may need to restock once a food expires. That said, Chill Mode can be a great way to practice several foods at a time and prepare yourself for the actual Standard Mode round.
Now that you know how to practice making food in Cook, Serve, Delicious 3, we’re curious to hear your thoughts on the game. Do you like it better than the previous games? Are you having fun with the new food truck concept? Let us know down in the comments below!