|Release date||11 June 2001 (Update)|
|High Alch|| Whole: 30 coins|
Half: 15 coins
|Low Alch|| Whole: 20 coins|
Half: 10 coins
|Store price||Not sold|
|Exchange price|| Meat pizza: 198 coins|
1/2 meat pizza: 363
|Examine|| A pizza with bits of meat on it. (Whole) |
Half of this meat pizza has been eaten. (Half)
|Weight|| Whole: 0.83 kg|
Half: 0.25 kg
Meat pizza is a food item created when adding cooked meat or cooked chicken to a plain pizza. It requires level 45 Cooking and provides 26 experience; 169 experience if made from scratch. The meat pizza heals up to 450 life points per bite, making it a total of 900 life points per pizza. The meat pizza can be made from a pizza base, cheese, tomato, and any type of meat.
Meat pizzas are a handy food source for players in the Wilderness Bandit Camp. This is because there is an NPC (Fat Tony) who sells pizza bases for only 3 coins, cheese and tomato spawns on the counter nearby, as well as giant rats outside to kill for meat. The roaming bandits can also be killed for coins to purchase the pizza bases with. However, players should be aware of the PKers around. Meat pizzas may not be useful for fighting higher levelled players, as they are slow healing foods due to their two-bite nature.
Meat pizzas are mainly made instead of bought because they give 26 experience and are often used to reach level 45 Cooking. Because of this, meat pizzas are bought very fast if you need them. They are dropped by level 88 bloodveld which require 50 Slayer to kill. 1 inventory of meat pizzas cost 5544 coins, which is very high for a normal healing food. Meat pizzas are more for experience than they are for healing foods.
|Ingredients||Plain pizza, Cooked chicken or Cooked meat|
|Level at which it stops burning||Unknown edit|
|Instructions||To make meat pizza:
Dropping monsters Edit
Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity Bloodveld 76,81 1 Uncommon Locust lancer 109 1 Rare Locust ranger 98 1 Very rare
- Though the whole pizza weighs 0.83kg, half the pizza is only 0.25kg, which is a half of 0.5kg. This is also seen in anchovy pizzas and pineapple pizzas.
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