|Carrot / Roasted Carrot|
|10 Days||6 Days|
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|Grown in Farm Plot (31.6%)|
A Carrot is a common Vegetable that can be found growing naturally, which won't respawn after being picked. Carrots can be Farmed by planting Seeds for a 31.6% chance of growing or using Carrot Seeds, and they can also be obtained by deconstructing Rabbit Hutches found underground with a Hammer or Deconstruction Staff, yielding five Carrots per Rabbit Hutch (Ten with the staff). It can be Cooked on a fire and also used as an ingredient in several Crock Pot recipes.
Feeding a Carrot to a Bird in a Birdcage will produce 1–2 Carrot Seeds, as well as a 50% for 1 regular Seed. Carrots will also lure Rabbits towards them, whether as bait for Traps, or simply dropped. This can be useful for getting morsels, as the rabbits will not run away when eating a carrot dropped on the ground. However, if they're not taken care of, they will consume the entire carrot. Rabbits will not eat carrots if they are left planted in the ground. Carrots can be given to a Bunnyman to befriend it.
A Roasted Carrot is a vegetable food item made by cooking a carrot on a Campfire, Fire Pit, or Star. It restores slightly more health than its raw counterpart. It can be used as an ingredient in several Crock Pot recipes.
- Since planted Carrots never spoil they can be used as an emergency food supply. And since they do not respawn, not picking them until it is necessary improves availability of food during times when food sources are otherwise scarce.
- Carrots are the only farmable plant that also spawns naturally in the base game and Reign of Giants DLC. Shipwrecked DLC adds Sweet Potatoes which share the same trait.
- Most of the characters will look towards Carrots with a certain degree of dislike, Wilson comments on them with "Yuck, it's all vegetabley", Willow says the same thing, Woodie will begrudgingly call it "Rabbit Food", Webber will say he misses being forced to eat them, and Maxwell will say he's not a fan of vegetables.
A carrot and 3 Traps around it - a great technique to catch many Rabbits at a time.
A Rabbit Hutch cluster, with several Carrots, Grass and a Pitchfork in the center.