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Bread is one of the first items that can be cooked, at level 1 Cooking. Cooking bread from bread dough gives 40 Cooking xp. It can be consumed to heal 200 life points, or used cooked rabbit to make a dry rabbit sandwich.

To make bread, use a pot of flour on a water source (or a container with water like jug of water) with it to create bread dough. Use the bread dough on a range to get a loaf of bread. Fires do not work.

Bread is involved in the Merlin's Crystal, Death Plateau and Enakhra's Lament quests. Using a jug or bucket of water on already-cooked bread will turn it into soggy bread. This makes the bread inedible, but it is used as part of the Recipe for Disaster quest.

Right-click "slice" to create breadcrumbs, which grants 1 Cooking experience. Breadcrumbs are primarily used to obtain Mega Ducklings.

Cooking[edit | edit source]

Bread.png Bread
Cooking LevelCooking XPMake-X hourglass icon.pngMake-X GE icon.png
1404 (2.4s) 466
Servings1Life points LP200
Burnt lobster.png Burn level37Cook-o-matic 25 Cook-o-matic?
F2P icon.png Free-to-play
Range Can only be cooked at a Range
Bread dough.pngBread dough1537537

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  • Bread can sometimes be found inside barrels.
  • Turning bread into breadcrumbs, which was an ingredient for fishcakes, once used the fletching animation, complete with a log in place of the bread.
  • According to Eli Bacon, Bread was invented by Simon Bread.