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All Raw Ingredients

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Scott Peers

This page details all of the Raw Ingredients that are currently used in No Man’s Sky. The categories below aren’t officially used in-game, but we’ve created them to help break down the different types of ingredients available to you. Many of these ingredients can be used to create Edible Products when combined in a Nutrient Processor. However, they can also be consumed to replenish life support systems, increase hazard protection, or replenish health. If you don’t have any use for them in either of these ways, they can also be sold to visiting pilots at space stations, or at any Galactic Trade Terminal.

List of Raw Ingredients in No Man’s Sky

Fruit and Vegetables

Meat and Fish

Milk and Eggs

Icon Ingredient Location Effect
NMSCreatureEgg.png Creature Egg Obtained from triceratops, rhinos, and hippos after feeding them with Creature Pellets +20% Life Support Power
NMSCrawMilk.png Craw Milk Obtained from flying beetles, butterflies, and protoflyers after feeding them Creature Pellets +20% Life Support Power
NMSFreshMilk.png Fresh Milk Obtained from most cow-like creatures after feeding them with Creature Pellets +20% Life Support Power
NMSGiantEgg.png Giant Egg Obtained from quadrupedal dinosaurs, particularly Rangifae after feeding with Creature Pellets +20% Life Support Power
NMSSiliconEgg.png Silicon Egg Obtained by placing Chromatic Metal in the Nutrient Processor +5% Life Support Power
NMSTallEggs.png Tall Eggs Obtained from bipedal strider fauna after feeding them with Creature Pellets +20% Life Support Power
NMSWarmProtoMilk.png Warm Proto-Milk Obtained from bipedal humanoid fauna after feeding them with Creature Pellets +20% Life Support Power
NMSWildMilk.png Wild Milk Obtained from many Mammalian fauna on most planets +20% Life Support Power

Other

Icon Ingredient Location Effect
NMSCactusNectar.png Cactus Nectar Obtained from flora primarily found on dry / barren planets +5% Life Support Power
NMSChewyWires.png Chewy Wires Obtained from robotic creatures after feeding them Ion Batteries Provides 1 - 10 Nanites when consumed
NMSStickyHoney.png Sticky Honey Obtained from blob-like fauna after feeding them with Creature Pellets +20% Life Support Power

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  • Publisher
    Hello Games
  • Platforms,
    PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, XB One, XB X|S
  • Guide Release
    27 April 2022
  • Last Updated
    1 September 2022
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