Stardew Valley Guide

Stardew Valley Guide


Welcome to our Stardew Valley guide.

We have put together the latest list of Stardew Valley item IDs, animals, artifacts, community center bundles, calendar, cooking recipes, crops, seeds, characters, gifts, minerals, professions, rewards, fishing tops, and more. Please explore our site and enjoy the game!

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Animals in Stardew Valley are raised in a Barn, Stable, or Coop and provide you with resources such as milk, wool, truffles, eggs, and rabbit's foot. These can in turn be used to make mayonnaise, cheese, and cloth.

To purchase animals, visit Marnie's. To purchase a Barn, Stable, or Coop, visit Robin at the Carpenter's Shop in The Mountains. Animal products can be sold for gold and used in bundles, gifts, and cooking recipes.

Click on an animal to learn more about how to obtain animals products, such as truffle oil and how to obtain high quality products.
In Stardew Valley, artifacts are items that are found and can be donated to the Museum (rewards are received after certain donation milestones) or sold for gold. Some artifacts are not worth very much and are not valuable outside of donations.

To find Artifacts, you can kill monsters, fish for treasure chests using the fishing rod, using the hoe on dirt in the Skull Cavern and in The Mines, and using the hoe on an Artifact Spot, which is a patch of dirt with worms wiggling out of it.

Click on an artifact name to see more details on where you can find it.
Welcome to our Stardew Valley Commmunity Center Guide.

Stardew Valley bundles are donations inside the Community Center. When a bundle is completed, you receive a reward. When all the bundles in a room are completed, you are granted a special room reward. Completing all the bundles will restore the Community Center.
The Stardew Valley calendar can be accessed either outside of Pierre's General Store or by purchasing a calendar from Robin at the Carpenter's Shop for 2,000g. You can hang this on the wall of your house, which makes viewing the calendar much more convenient.

The calendar tells you the days of the villager's birthdays and when there are special festivals. Birthdays are important because gifts given on someone's birthday will benefit from a large boost in friendship points. Festivals are fun events that are optional but recommended to attend. You will receive a letter from Mayer Lewis before each festival reminding you of it. On festival days, you do not need to feed animals.
Welcome to our Stardew Valley cooking and recipes guide.

You can start cooking in Stardew Valley after the first upgrade of your farmhouse. Go to Robin to purchase an upgrade. The upgrade will include a stove and a refrigerator, which will allow you to cook. Store the items that you want to cook in the refrigerator (which has 36 slots). Only ingredients in the refrigerator or in your inventory are usable items for a recipe. We recommend placing a few chests in your kitchen to store other cooking ingredients and to store cooked dishes.

In order to cook a recipe, you must have learned that recipe. You can learn new cooking recipes in Stardew Valley by watching the cooking show, "Queen of Sauce," on TV on Wednesday and Sundays (you need to purchase a TV) or by befriending villagers, who will send you recipes through the mailbox after you have reached a certain friendship level. Gus at the Saloon also has a few recipes.

What's worth cooking in Stardew Valley?
Sashimi for any fish that sells for less than 75g is worth cooking. Sashimi is also generally liked by many villagers as a gift. If you fish a lot or have crab pots, you will have lots of fish. Explore more by going to our "Sashimi" section to learn which fish is worthwhile converting to sashimi by fishing skill level.

Other recipes that are worth cooking include Spicy Eel and Crab Cakes, which are excellent for mining trips, foods that boost fishing skill, and foods that boost foraging skills. Check out our category "Stat Bonuses" to filter recipes by the stat bonus you are interested in.
Welcome to our Stardew Valley Crops guide.

Crops in Stardew Valley can be used in recipes or cooking, as gifts to villagers, and sold for gold. Crops are usually seasonal and can only be grown during that season. After the season, the crop will die. Some crops, such as wheat and corn, can be grown for multiple seasons. To see what are the most profitable crops, you can either go to our "Most Profitable Crops" category or look at the estimated gold per day.

Best Stardew Valley Crops
Spring: Strawberries, green beans, and rhubarb.
Summer: Stardrop (note that this is a late game crop), bluberry, hot pepper, and hops.
Autumn: Cranberries, eggplants, and grapes.
Welcome to our Stardew Valley Fishing Guide.

In Stardew Valley, fishing a skill associated with catching fish, either with crab pots or with a fishing rod. Fishing becomes easier with higher fishing levels, upgraded rods, and tackle.

Tips for fishing in Stadew Valley
  1. Craft trap bobbers. The recipe is 10 sap and 1 copper bar for 20 uses. This is worth the cost. Always use the trap bobber, bait, and the cooking dish "Dish o'The Sea" to give you to best chances.
  2. Craft a lot of bait. You do not need wild bait.
  3. Craft a chest with Dish o'The Sea, bait, and Trout Soup and place this near where you most commonly fish.
  4. Where you fish affects the quality of the fist.
Click on the name of a fish to learn more about its selling price, which varies based on your fishing profession, location details, fishing level required, best time and season to fish, size, base XP, difficulty level, behavior, and what the fish can be used for.
Explore Stardew Valley item IDs. We have put together a list of Stardew Valley item IDs, many of which you can spawn in the game. Please click on an item to learn more about how to generate the item in the game.

There are two ways to spawn items in Stardew Valley. The first is through your character and the second is through animals purchased from Marnie.

Spawning Items in Stardew Valley Using Your Character
If you name your character the IDs of the items you would like to spawn, everything you speak to a villager who speaks your name, you will receive those items.

For example, if you name your character [434][163][166] then you would spawn a Stardrop, Legend Fish, and Treasure Chest whenever your name is spoken in the game. It is a good idea to choose items that are of high selling value. Please see our category "Selling Price Group" to explore high priced items in Stardew Valley.

Spawning Items in Stardew Valley Using Animals
The second way is to name animals that you purchase from Marnie the item IDs you would like. This only works once, the very first time you buy the animal. You can generally name your animal up to three IDs.

In both case, make sure to include the brackets [] in the name. Enjoy the game!
Welcome to our Stardew Valley Gift Guide.

Friendship in Stardew Valley can be increased by gift giving. If you give the right gift then you will gain friendship points. If you give the wrong ones, then you will lose them. Giving a gift someone loves on their birthday will give you extra bonus points.

Gifts and points
  • Loved gifts give +80 points (or +640 when given on a birthday).
  • Liked gifts give +45 points (or +360 when given on a birthday).
  • Neutral gifts give +20 points (or +160 when given on a birthday).
  • Disliked gifts give -20 points (or -160 when given on a birthday).
  • Hated gifts give -40 points (or -320 when given on a birthday).
Welcome to our Stardew Valley Minerals guide.

Minerals are found in the Skull Cavern the The Mines. Most minerals are acquired from geodes, which you can take to Clint to have them opened. Minerals can be sold for gold or donated to the Museum for rewards.
Welcome to our Stardew Valley Profession guide.

Explore the various professions you can choose in Stardew Valley. Click on a profession to learn more about it.
Stardew Valley rewards are given when you complete a room's bundle in the Community Center.
Welcome to our Stardew Valley Sashimi guide.

In Stardew Valley, sashimi is a cooked dish made from fish. This dish is sometimes profitable. We have put together a list of fish and when it is profitable to turn the fish into sashimi. This can vary depending on your fishing skill.
Welcome to our Stardew Valley Seed guide.

We have put together a list of seeds in Stardew Valley and when it is optimal to use the Seed Maker to convert a crop into a seed and when you should purchase seeds instead. This calculation is based on the sell price of the crop and the seed cost.

Click on a crop name to see how many seeds the Seed Maker would need to yield to make conversion worthwhile, as well as the sell price for higher quality crops.