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Food Storage add-on

The food storage add-on introduces three new containers to store and display food in Minecraft. Storing food in a wooden chest is a wild idea for a number of reasons. How do you maintain the food fresh? Or how do you even arrange different food in the chest? Meat and veggies definitely should be stored in separate containers.

Credits: EndiKM

Food Storage add-on

Plate - is the most basic storage for your food. Just put meat, fish, or fruit on it, but don't expect it to hold the big amounts.
  • Fruits and Vegetables
  • Meat

Jar - can hold up to 10 pieces of food. Looks beautiful on the shelf because you can always see what's inside.
  • Apple
  • Baked Potato
  • Beetroot
  • Bread
  • Carrot
  • Cookie
  • Dried Kelp
  • Melon
  • Potato
  • Pimpkin Pie

Can - is designed to store meat. It's not transparent to keep the contents fresh longer.
  • Beef
  • Chicken
  • Cod
  • Cooked Beef
  • Cooked Chicken
  • Cooked Cod
  • Cooked Mutton
  • Cooked Porkchop
  • Cooked Rabbit
  • Cooked Salmon
  • Mutton
  • Porkchop
  • Rabbit
  • Salmon
  • Tropical Fish

How to craft:

How to install addons:
  1. Download addon straight from your device
  2. Find and open .mcpack or .mcworld files that you download earlier
  3. Click it to import into Minecraft Pocket Edition
  4. Open the game
  5. Create a new world or edit an existing world
  6. Scroll down to the Add-ons section and select the ones you want to apply
  7. Make sure to enable all "Experimental gameplay" features in Settings

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