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Salt, Pepper, and Spices Farming Guide for Fallout 76

Updated: Feb 15


 

Used for:


Salt

  • Aged Mirelurk Queen Steak (2)

  • Bloatfly Loaf (2)

  • Brahmin Burgers (2)

  • Dog Meat Steak (2)

  • Fasnacht Donut (1)

  • Firecap Tasty Souffle (2)

  • Fried Radroach On A Stick (2)

  • Fried Scorpion On A Stick (2)

  • Headhunter's Headcheese (1)

  • Megasloth Tenderloin (2)

  • Mirelurk Jerky (2)

  • Radscorpion Kebab (2)

  • Smoked Mirelurk Fillets (2)

  • Swamp Tofu Soup (1)

  • Tasty Squirrel Stew (1)

  • Vegetable Medley Soup (1)

  • Tick Blood Tequila Margarita (3)

  • Plan: Salty Tenderizer Mod (5)


Pepper

  • Bloodbug Pepper Steak (2)

  • Deathclaw Wellington (2)

  • Firecap Tasty Souffle (2)

  • Fried Radtoad Legs (2)

  • Glowing Fungus Puree (1)

  • Ground Mole Rat (2)

  • Infused Soot Flower Tea (1)

  • Mirelurk Cake With Bloodleaf Aioli (2)

  • Mutant Hound Stew (1)

  • Mutton Meat Pie (2)

  • Pepperoni Roll (2)

  • Radscorpion Fillet (2)

  • Scorchbeast Mixed Meat Stew (1)

  • Seared Venison With Berries (2)

  • Tasty Radscorpion Egg Omelette (2)

  • Yao Guai Roast (2)

  • Plan: Peppered Tenderizer Mod (5)


Spices

  • Cranberry Meatball Grinder (2)

  • Fasnacht Donut (1)

  • Fasnacht Sausage (1)

  • Headhunter's Headcheese (1)

  • Iguana Soup (1)

  • Mirelurk Boil (1)

  • Mirelurk Softshell Cake (2)

  • Mystery Meat Pie (1)

  • Radstag Stew (1)

  • S'mores (1)

  • Silt Bean Puree (1)

  • Steeped Melon Blossom Chai (1)

  • Stingwing Stew (1)

  • Sweet Roll (2)

  • Plan: Spicy Tenderizer Mod (5)

 

Farming Tips and Tricks


Salt and Pepper are a per server, pick-up history list item.

You can find the guide here if you don't know what any of that means.


No perk cards or magazines affect the yield of Salt and Pepper. It is unfortunately a one-for-one farm.


Thru-Hiker Perk Card under Agility and the Grocery Backpack from the Settlers can reduce the weight of Salt and Pepper.


Avoid using explosive weapons as the condiments can move. If the condiments do move and you can't find them, fast travel out of the cell, the next map icon over is fine and then come back. The cell should have reset and the condiments will be back in their spawn locations.

 

Vendors


The following vendors have the same drop rates

Salt - 12.5%

Pepper - 12.5%

Spices - 12.5%


Blue Ridge Caravan

  • Vera

Brotherhood of Steel

  • Whitespring Shopping Mall

  • Watoga Shopping Plaza (Phoenix)

Free States

  • Berkeley Springs Station (Wallace)

  • Whitespring Shopping Mall

Raiders

  • Pleasant Valley Station

  • Sunnytop Station

  • Sutton Station

  • R&G Station

  • Pleasant Valley Ski Resort (Resin)

  • Whitespring Shopping Mall

Responders

  • Flatwoods (Bob)

  • Camden Park (Chad)

  • Grafton (Greg)

  • Charleston Fire Department (Mack)

  • Grafton Station

  • Lewisburg Station

  • Morgantown Station

  • Charleston Station

  • Welch Station

  • Whitespring Shopping Mall

Random Encounters

  • Food Trader - Camp

  • Misc Trader - Camp

  • Responder Bot - Travel

  • Grahm - Travel

The Whitespring

  • Whitespring Train Station

Other

  • Sunny in Foundation

  • Molly in Crater

  • Emerson

  • Athena

  • Travelling Merchant at your camp NPC

  • Watoga Station

 

Camp Allies


Beckett

Salt - 12.5%

Pepper - 12.5%

Spices - 12.5%


Obtainable from


Xerxo

Salt - 12.5%

Pepper - 12.5%

Spices - 12.5%


Obtainable from

  • Season 7 scoreboard - Zorbo's Revenge (free)

  • Gold Bullion - Samuel at Foundation once you have reached Ally status with the Settlers (4000 Gold Bullion)


Sam Nguyen - 6.58%

Salt - 12.5%

Pepper - 12.5%

Spices - 12.5%


Obtainable from

  • Season 8 scoreboard - A Better Life Underground (free)

  • Gold Bullion - Samuel at Foundation once you have reached Ally status with the Settlers (4000 Gold Bullion)

 

Containers


Refrigerator

Salt - 0.75%

Pepper - 0.75%

Spices - 0.75%

 

Fixed Spawn Locations


There are two types of condiment spawns in Fallout 76. One is a fixed spawn, for example, Pepper will always spawn at that location. The other type of spawn is an "Any spawn". An "Any" spawn can be either Salt, Pepper, Sugar, or Spices.


All fixed spawn location guides can be found here:


Where to find and how to farm for Salt, Pepper, and Spices in Fallout 76: Forest

Where to find and how to farm for Salt, Pepper, and Spices in Fallout 76: Ash Heap

Where to find and how to farm for Salt, Pepper, and Spices in Fallout 76: Savage Divide

Where to find and how to farm for Salt, Pepper, and Spices in Fallout 76: Cranberry Bog

 

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