Cheese wheel

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A cheese wheel is created by churning a pat of butter, pot of cream, or bucket of milk at a dairy churn with level 48 Cooking. This awards 64 Cooking experience. With level 49 Farming and 60 Construction, this can be increased to 128 experience per wheel by having an elder cow present in a large pen at the player-owned farm with a farm totem built in its hotspot. At level 71 Farming, players can further increase this experience to 256 per cheese wheel by having farm totems and an elder cow present in both large pens.

Cheese wheels are untradeable; only the cheese wedges sliced from the wheels can be traded or sold. Each wedge of cheese that's sliced from a wheel awards 4 Cooking experience. A random number of cheese wedges will be sliced off of each cheese wheel, beginning at around 5 on average with level 48 cooking, which increases alongside a player's Cooking level. The higher the player's Cooking level, the greater the number of cheese wedges they will get. A player with level 99 Cooking may slice up to 30 wedges of cheese off of a single cheese wheel, which would yield a further 120 Cooking experience for a total of 184 (or 376 if the tier 2 Manor Farm dairy cow perk is active).

Each piece of cheese it creates heals 200 life points, so in theory each cheese wheel could heal between 1000-6000 life points depending on a player's Cooking level. An inventory of 27 cheese wheels, assuming a knife is present on a player's tool belt, with one open slot to hold the sliced cheese could yield up to 810 pieces of cheese and heal 162,000 life points, making cheese wheels a viable asset for money-making or training combat. However, it should be noted that even at level 99 Cooking, obtaining 30 wedges of cheese from one wheel is very rare; roughly 730 wedges per 27-wheel inventory at level 99 Cooking would be more realistic. A cheese wheel would be an excellent addition to a player's Temple Trekking inventory in case of the Campsite event.

In free-to-play, its healing surpasses that of a bottle of wine, making it the highest per slot other than the stackable biscuits when it yields at least 8 wedges of cheese, or 7 with expensive spices.

Cutting Strategy[edit | edit source]

When cutting cheese wheels, it is recommended to have the following inventory setup:

  • 2-4 cheese wheels (amount varies depending on your Cooking level, as you will obtain more cheese at a higher level).
  • Right-click the wheel and select Slice-all.
  • Always stand near a bank to quickly deposit your cheese and withdraw more cheese wheels.

Creation[edit | edit source]

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MilkCreamButter
Cheese wheel.png Cheese wheel
Cooking LevelCooking XPHourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
4864.08 (4.8s) -
Requirements
F2P icon.png Free-to-play
Ingredients
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Bucket of milk.pngBucket of milk1663663
Cheese wheel.png Cheese wheel
Cooking LevelCooking XPHourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
4846.08 (4.8s) -
Requirements
F2P icon.png Free-to-play
Ingredients
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Pot of cream.pngPot of cream1892892
Cheese wheel.png Cheese wheel
Cooking LevelCooking XPHourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
4823.58 (4.8s) -
Requirements
F2P icon.png Free-to-play
Ingredients
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Pat of butter.pngPat of butter12,3892,389

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Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 11 March 2019 (Update):
    • F2P players can now produce cheese wheels and slice them into cheese.
  • patch 14 December 2015 (Update):
    • Players can no longer stall damage on themselves by using a doll of iban or by cutting cheese.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Before the update that introduced cheese wheels, players who churned milk produced regular cheese instead.