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|7||Go to the potato field north of Ardougne and collect potatoes. Across the road from the potato field is a farmer's house with a range in it. Cook the potatoes on the range bank them in Ardougne, and repeat. Baked potatoes sell for about 167 coins each. This can also be done by buying the potatoes off the GE and still get almost double profit; ranges near a bank are in Catherby, Nardah and the Cooks' Guild. You can also take sacks and get 10 times more potatoes in one trip, making it much more profitable (note: keep 10 slots open; without beast of burden, it will give you 190 potatoes in a single trip)|
|35||You can make uncooked pizza. You can buy the ingredients at the Grand Exchange for 235 coins. The tomato and cheese just need to be added to the pizza base to make the uncooked pizza.|
|38||Pats of butter sell for 123 coins and are comparatively easy to make, though time-consuming. Take a bucket of milk (either bought for 96 coins on the Grand Exchange, obtained from any cow with a bucket in inventory, or bought from the Culinaromancer's chest) to a dairy churn and churn the milk into butter. Alternately you can churn cream into butter. The churn at the Cooking Guild is close to the Grand Exchange, but the churn in Zanaris (requires Lost City) is closer to a bank.|
|39||Another relatively easy way to make good money is to bake buttered potatoes, which sell for 486 coins each on members' worlds. The best place to make this is Lumbridge, where you can easily obtain buckets, cows' milk, and potatoes, and there is a range and a dairy churn nearby. To make, obtain half an inventory of potatoes and half an inventory of buckets of cows' milk. In the farmer's house, churn the milk to make pats of butter, and go to Lumbridge to bake the potatoes before applying butter. Each potato made from scratch gives you 199 cooking experience.|
|42||The Gnome Restaurant Activity can make you a lot of money for little starting cash. Some rewards are more than 1.8m, although getting those are rare. All of the orders can be made at level 42 cooking. Some quests are helpful for transportation when doing the activity.|
|50||Buy a wrapped oomlie at the Grand exchange (although it's very rare to get it from the grand exchange) and cook it. Then sell the cooked oomlie wrap at the Grand Exchange. The best place to cook these is at the Rogues' Den.|
|55||Another money-making method that involves pizza is upgrading previously cooked pizzas. At the Grand Exchange, buy plain pizza and anchovies, combine them, and sell the anchovy pizzas back for a profit of -2 coins. This may not seem like much, but considering how little time it takes to add anchovies to one pizza (you can do 14 pizzas in about 30 seconds), you can easily make -1,680 coins per hour (assuming 30 seconds making the pizza and 30 seconds banking). You also get 39 Cooking experience for each pizza you upgrade in this fashion, for about 65,520 experience per hour.|
|67||At this level, one can put cooked sweetcorn into a bowl, making a bowl of sweetcorn (if you have a knife in your inventory). Then, combine a bowl of sweetcorn with tuna to make tuna and corn. With a quick finger, this can make about 1,000 tuna and corn per hour. This method gives NO Cooking experience, only gold. Note: Tuna and corn takes a long time to sell|
|68||Tuna potatoes, one of the best foods in the game, sell for about 1,046 coins each. If you buy the ingredients yourself, then the cost of a bowl, sweetcorn, baked potato, pat of butter and cooked tuna is 467 coins. This means you will get 579 coins per potato. A range is required to cook tuna potatoes, and the range in Lumbridge castle (requires Cook's Assistant completed) is close to a bank. If you have completed Recipe for Disaster, the chest under Lumbridge castle contains limited supplies of bowls and butter.|
|93||Cooking Rocktail can be an effective way to make money but it requires 93 cooking as well as completion of the Family Crest quest, so many players can't use this method. However, the price of raw and cooked Rocktail is often subject to change, so sometimes, whilst gaining very fast experience if a player can manage to buy a large quantity of raw Rocktail, a player may actually lose money with this method. Check the Grand Exchange database in order to see whether this method is currently profitable.|
|95||At level 95 you can make Raw summer pie
They can be made by adding a pie shell, strawberry, watermelon, cooking apple together. It is suggested to stock up on these if you’re going to be doing more than an hour of pie making at a time – the shells have a limit of 1k per 4 hours. The ingredients are extremely easy to obtain although the pie shells may be the only exception (due to the limit). They have a very good demand and profit as well. It is possible to make up to 700 pies an hour, creating a solid profit.
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