Eating broccoli is one of the best things you can do for your health in Project Zomboid. Not only is broccoli incredibly nutritious, but it can also help you survive the zombie apocalypse. In addition to its high levels of vitamins and minerals, broccoli is also packed with antioxidants, which can help protect your body from the effects of radiation(LOL). Eating broccoli can also help prevent weight gain, as it is low in calories and high in fiber, making it perfect for those looking to maintain their weight.
Growing broccoli in Project Zomboid is relatively simple. All you need is some land, some basic farming skills, and a source of water. It requires 70 units of water and takes approximately 30 days to harvest, with an additional 4 days to stale and 7 days to rot. Once you’ve harvested your crop, you can either eat it fresh, store it in a refrigerator or freezer, or jar it for longer-term storage.
|Container||Days until Stale||Days until Rotten|
|Normal||4 days||2 days|
|Refrigerator||20 days||10 days|
|Freezer||100 days||50 days|
|Jar of Broccoli||60 days||30 days|
In addition to being easy to grow, broccoli is also incredibly versatile in the kitchen. From soups to stir fries to salads, there are plenty of recipes that you can make with broccoli. It can even be used to make pies, cakes, and burgers. No matter what you’re in the mood for, there’s sure to be a delicious broccoli recipe for it.
|Soup||Broccoli, Salt, Pepper||10 mins|
|Stew||Broccoli, Carrots, Salt, Pepper||20 mins|
|Stir Fry||Broccoli, Carrots, Salt, Pepper||10 mins|
|Rice/Pasta||Broccoli, Carrots, Salt, Pepper||20 mins|
|Salad||Broccoli, Carrots, Salt, Pepper, Mayonnaise||10 mins|
|Sandwich||Broccoli, Carrots, Salt, Pepper, Mayonnaise||5 mins|
|Burger||Broccoli, Carrots, Salt, Pepper, Mayonnaise||10 mins|
|Pie||Broccoli, Carrots, Salt, Pepper||30 mins|
|Cake||Broccoli, Carrots, Salt, Pepper, Honey||40 mins|
So don’t delay, start growing some broccoli today! With a little bit of effort and some knowledge of food storage techniques, you can be sure to enjoy the benefits of this amazing vegetable for years to come.