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This article is about cooked karambwan. For other uses, see Karambwan.
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Cooked karambwan detail

Cooked karambwan is a food that is obtained when a raw karambwan is cooked thoroughly. Cooking requires level 30 Cooking, granting 190 Cooking experience and turning the raw karambwan into a cooked karambwan. However, in order to thoroughly cook it, a player must complete Tai Bwo Wannai Trio and talk to Tiadeche in his hut to learn how. Otherwise, players can only cook it into poison karambwan. Because of the low cooking level needed and high experience given (slightly lower than cooking sharks), some lower level cooks may find karambwans to be an effective training method.

Cooked karambwan heals 250 to 750 life points, depending on the player's constitution level.

The cooked karambwan can be purchased from Alfonse the waiter for 460 coins in Brimhaven. The price no longer rises as stock runs low. Players may also receive 2 noted cooked karambwan as loot from a gourmet impling. Karambwan is a rare food due to its complicated preparing procedure.

Unlike most foods, eating cooked karambwan will not drain adrenaline.

Tools/utensils None
Ingredients Raw karambwan
Cooking level 30
Burn level Never (93 with Cooking gauntlets)
Cooking experience 190
Range-only No
Instructions Use raw karambwan with fire or range, and choose thoroughly cooked.
Servings 1
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Source Combat level Quantity Rarity
Gourmet implingN/A2Rare
Gourmet impling jarN/A2Uncommon

Store locations

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Seller Location Cost Currency Base stock Members?
The Shrimp and ParrotBrimhaven460Coins 250Coins 10Yes

Disassembly

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Trivia

  • It used to be a unique food in that eating it would not delay a player's next attack (i.e., zero game ticks to eat), but this is no longer the case.
  • Because of a bug, karambwans were used to "double eat" by eating a shark first, followed by a karambwan quickly after. The player would eat both at once, healing the combined amount.
  • Before the Evolution of Combat, karambwans healed only slightly less than a shark and cost less. However, after the update, they now heal for a disproportionately low amount.