Mods / Preservation Mod- Long-term food storage

Category: #Food #Furniture #Storage
Author: Mr1k3
Side: Both
Created: Aug 30th 2021 at 9:57 PM
Last modified: Aug 30th 2021 at 10:00 PM
Downloads: 1846
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Adds two new food preserving blocks for long term food storage. They require no maintenance and will always work at their full potential and will only be affected by regional food spoilage rates, great for dedicated servers.

The two new containers are:

Ice Box- Preserves food at the following rates:

  • Vegetables-50% slower decay
  • Grains-75% slower decay
  • Fruits-75% slower decay
  • Proteins-50% slower decay
  • Dairy-75% slower decay

Salt Box- Preserves food at the following rates:

  • Vegetables-75% slower decay
  • Grains-50% slower decay
  • Fruits-50% slower decay
  • Proteins-75% slower decay
  • Dairy-50% slower decay

Each box has 8 slots, the same as the basket.

The best food storage in vanilla being the clay storage vessel, only has a reduced rate of 75% vegetables, and 50% for grains

The decay values can be improved further by putting the blocks in a cellar, food items with no category currently decay at their standard rate.

Includes sounds, animations and custom models for the blocks:



Version For Game version Downloads Release date Changelog Download
v1.0.0 1846 Aug 30th 2021 at 10:00 PM Show

4 Comments (oldest first | newest first)

Mr1k3, Jan 24th at 10:55 AM

Works fine in 1.16, should work through most major version changes in the future.

Mr1k3, Aug 31st 2021 at 8:59 AM

Travisplo, If your looking for a mod with that exact funtionality ZEEkea has a freezer that operates like that but also a bunch of other stuff, also I think medieval expansion has a similar ice thing for cellars, I just wanted to make a standalone/no-maintenance version of a food storage container for my own preference.

Theisgood, Aug 30th 2021 at 10:56 PM

Leave it to you to make another amazing mod.

I honestly love the models they instantly caught my eye cause of how well detailed they are.

Great work! I am so going to try this. I will report any bugs etc.

Travisplo, Aug 30th 2021 at 10:49 PM

Interesting idea, though it might be interesting if you could also make "fueled" version, in which you add Ice or Salt into them to keep them "running" at full efficiency.

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