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Ingredients in the Bistro Recipe games have two purposes: they are used to make Foodons from recipes, or in battle to buff/debuff your own and enemy Foodon. When used in the latter situation, the ingredient is referred to as a Power Topping.

In battle, throwing an ingredient at a Foodon that the Foodon is made with will heal that Foodon. Most of the time the status effect inflicted by ingredients is the same; sugar causes sleep, soup causes burn, etc., but there are exceptions, such as how sugar inflicts mold instead of sleep on Ramen. Regardless of which Foodon the topping is thrown at, and whether it would buff or debuff, Power Toppings can miss when thrown.

Listed in order of the romanji version of their name. I don't know the order of Japanese kana. Sorry!

TO DO: add item images of each ingredient from here, complete list of items


Grains.png Grains[]

  • Chuuka men.png ちゅうかchuukamen (Chinese noodles)
  • Dango kona.png だんごのこなdango no kona (dango flour)
  • Kome.png こめkome (rice)
  • Komugiko.png こむぎこkomugiko (wheat flour)
  • Pan.png パンpan (bread)
  • Pan ko.png パンこpan ko (bread crumbs)
  • Pasuta.png パスタpasuta (pasta)
  • そば soba (buckwheat)

Vegetables.png Vegetable[]

  • Age.png あげage (fried tofu)
  • とうふ (tofu)
  • Anzu.png あんずanzu (apricot)
  • Goma.png ごまgoma (sesame seeds)
  • Gurin piisu.png グリンピースgurin piisu (green peas)
  • Hakusai.png はくさいhakusai (Chinese cabbage)
  • Jagaimo.png じゃがいもjagaimo (potatoes)
  • Kyabeshi.png キャベシkyabeshi (cabbage)
  • Kyuuri.png きゅうりkyuuri (cucumber)
  • Mango.png マンゴ mango
  • Negi.png ねぎnegi (green onion)
  • Ninniku.png にんにくninniku (garlic)
  • Nori.png のりnori (seaweed)
  • Retasu.png レタスretasu (lettuce)
  • ささのはsasa no ha (bamboo leaf)
  • Take no ko.png たけのこtake no ko (bamboo shoot)
  • Tamanegi.png たまねぎtamanegi (onion)
  • Tomato.png トマトtomato
  • Truffles.png トリュフtoryufu (truffles / fr: truffe)
  • にんじん(carrot)
  • とうもろこし(corn)


Meat.png Meat[]

  • Asari.png あさりasari (clam)
  • Butaniku.png ぶたにくbutaniku (pork)
  • Chiizu.png チーズchiizu (cheese)
  • Ebi.png エビebi (shrimp)
  • Fukahire.png フカヒレfukahire (sharkfin)
  • Gyuuniku.png ぎゅにくgyuuniku (beef)
  • Gyuunyuu.png ぎゅうにゅうgyuunyuu (cow's milk)
  • バター (butter)
  • Hamu.png ハムhamu (ham)
  • Hikiniku.png ひきにくhikiniku (ground meat)
  • Ika.png いかika (squid)
  • Kani.png カニkani (crab)
  • コウベビーフ (Kobe beef)
  • Maguro.png まぐろmaguro (tuna)
  • さけ (salmon)
  • いくら (salmon roe)
  • Tamago.png たまごtamago (egg)
  • Toriniku.png とりにくtoriniku (chicken)
  • Unagi.png うなぎunagi (eel)
  • うに (sea urchin)
  • たらこ (cod roe)
  • ベーコン (bacon)
  • レバー (liver)


Seasoning.png Seasoning[]

  • Ama miso.png あまみそ ama miso
  • Ankake.png あんかけ ankake
  • Anko.png あんこ anko (red bean paste)
  • Chokoreeto.png チョコレート chokoreeto (chocolate)
  • Dashi.png だしつゆ dashitsuyu (stock)
  • Haabu.png ハーブ haabu (herb)
  • はちみつ hachimitsu (honey)
  • Kanten.png かんてん kanten (agar)
  • Karameru.png カラメル karameru (caramel)
  • Karashi miso.png からしみそ karashi miso (mustard miso)
  • Curry roux.png カレールー karee ruu (curry roux)
  • Ketchup.png ケチャップ kechappu (ketchup)
  • Kinako.png きなこ kinako (soybean flour)
  • Maccha.png まっちゃ maccha (matcha)
  • Mustard.png マスタード masutaado (mustard)
  • Mayo.png マヨネーズ mayoneezu (mayonnaise)
  • Miso.png みそ miso
  • Nama kuriimu.png なまクリーム nama kuriimu (fresh cream)
  • Satou.png さとう satou (sugar)
  • Shio.png しお shio (salt)
  • Shouyu.png しょうゆ shouyu (soy sauce)
  • Soosu.png ソース soosu (sauce)
  • Su.png す su (vinegar)
  • Suupu.png スープ suupu (soup)
  • Tabasuko.png タバスコ tabasuko (tabasco)
  • Tougarashi.png とうがらし tougarashi (red peppers)
  • Wasabi.png わさび wasabi
  • かきあぶら (oyster oil)
  • ブイヨン (bouillon)
  • ドレッシング (dressing)
  • フクロ タケ fukurotake (flower mushroom)
  • レモングラス (lemon grass)
  • イチゴ (strawberry)
  • りんご (apple)
  • ココナッツ (coconut)
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