A mod designed to encourage dietary variety! It does so by rewarding the player for eating a variety of foods instead of punishing them for failing to diversify. Instead of using the stick we use the carrot!
Please Note: This mod requires AppleCore.
This mod is not a fork of Spice of Life, but is named similarly as it is a similar concept, but reversed in terms of the effects!
The mod keeps track of how many unique foods a player has eaten. As they pass a certain threshold amounts of unique foods, they permanently gain new hearts, improving their max health! Players wanting to max out their HP bars will have to quest for and craft exotic foods.
This mod comes with a custom config to set the player’s starting hearts (which can be less than 10 if desired), and well as set the number of unique foods they need to eat until they reach a “milestone”. The number of hearts per milestone is also configurable.
The default configurations allow a player to go from 10 to 20 hearts by eating every non-poisonous food in vanilla Minecraft. However, it is mostly designed for modpack authors who want to add Pam’s Harvestcraft or other food mods to their modpack, because it adds interest and incentives to encourage players to explore a complex cooking system. Finally, the niche “chef” players of the Minecraft world will have a place of honor next to the miners and engineers!
This Mod also currently features 2 commands:
This command will clear the stored list of unique foods a player has eaten and reset their heart count. This is useful for testing when editing the config or when you want to restart.
This command will tell you the amount of unique foods you’ve eaten, as well as and how many more you need to eat until your next milestone. This is useful to all players whenever they want to check their progress towards the next reward.
If you want to talk to the developers of this mod join this discord!
If you’re enjoying my mods, check out my patreon (click the text below) or donate in the top right corner, everything helps!
How to install:
There are many ways to install Minecraft Mod on your Minecraft client. We will be walking you through how to install it on your base Minecraft Launcher.
It’s as easy as pie.
- Open your Minecraft installation folder on our computer.
- If you’re on Windows, press the ⊞ Windows Logo Key + R, then type in %APPDATA%.minecraft and click OK.
- If you’re on Mac, press ⌘ Command + Space, type in ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft, and press Enter.
- If you’re on Linux, issue the following command into the terminal: cd ~/.minecraft
- Open up the .minecraft folder and then mods (create it, if a mods folder does not exist.)
- Drag-and-Drop the .jar of Spice of Life: Carrot Edition Mod that you just downloaded into the mods folder.
And that’s all there is to it! You can now click Play to re-open your Minecraft launcher with the Forge profile, Spice of Life: Carrot Edition Mod will load alongside your game.
To play with any Forge mod, You have to go to download and install forge.
Install Forge modloader:
- Download the Forge Installer corresponding to the version of your Minecraft.
- You can download Minecraft Forge modloader from the official Forge downloads page here.
- Double click to run the jar you’ve downloaded and then select Install Client on the pop-up it presents you.
- After that, you’re done! Open/Reopen your Minecraft launcher and change the installation to Forge if it did not automatically change.
Downloading Spice of Life: Carrot Edition Mod:
- Select the latest version of the mod matching with your Minecraft installation.
- Click the file name of the mod to go to the download page and begin downloading.
- Double-check for any dependencies.
Spice of Life: Carrot Edition Mod Files:
|SoL-Carrot-1.19.2-1.14.0.jar||release||99.98 KB||0||Sep 8, 2022, 9:50 pm||1.19.2, Forge|
|SoL-Carrot-1.18.1-1.12.0.jar||release||97.46 KB||633258||Dec 19, 2021, 3:33 am||1.18, 1.18.1, 1.18.2, Forge|
|SoL-Carrot-1.17.1-1.11.0.jar||release||96.97 KB||152421||Sep 25, 2021, 11:14 pm||1.17.1, Forge|
|SoL-Carrot-1.16.5-1.10.1.jar||release||118.23 KB||2278026||Aug 9, 2021, 12:54 pm||1.16.5, Forge|
|SoL-Carrot-1.16.5-1.10.0.jar||release||97.92 KB||774701||Jun 17, 2021, 11:14 pm||1.16.5|
|solcarrot-1.16.3-1.9.10.jar||release||112.40 KB||1502134||Mar 28, 2021, 10:25 pm||1.16.2, 1.16.3, 1.16.4, 1.16.5, Forge|
|solcarrot-1.16.3-1.9.8.jar||release||160.95 KB||880506||Oct 4, 2020, 3:35 pm||1.16.1, 1.16.2, 1.16.3, 1.16.4, Forge|
|solcarrot-1.16.1-1.9.7.jar||release||160.86 KB||36274||Aug 10, 2020, 12:31 am||1.16.1, Forge|
|solcarrot-1.15.2-1.9.7.jar||release||159.38 KB||442632||Jun 26, 2020, 2:00 pm||1.15.2, Forge|
|solcarrot-1.14.4-1.9.6.jar||release||159.02 KB||7587||May 23, 2020, 9:24 pm||1.14.4, Forge|
|solcarrot-1.12.2-1.8.4.jar||release||626.19 KB||5084666||May 18, 2020, 1:36 pm||1.12.2, Forge|
|solcarrot-1.12.2-1.8.3.jar||release||198.39 KB||6428529||Jun 26, 2019, 11:41 pm||1.12.2|
|solcarrot-1.12.2-1.4.jar||release||44.57 KB||2476||Feb 26, 2019, 9:01 pm||1.12, 1.12.1, 1.12.2|
|solcarrot-1.12.2-1.3.1.jar||release||31.18 KB||47099||May 11, 2018, 1:49 am||1.12.1, 1.12.2|
|solcarrot-1.10.2-1.2.0 (1).jar||release||29.89 KB||16117||Dec 21, 2017, 7:48 pm||1.10.2|
|solcarrot-1.11.2-1.2.0.jar||release||28.94 KB||1123||Sep 26, 2017, 10:35 pm||1.11.2|
|solcarrot-1.12.1-1.1.0.jar||release||26.89 KB||2312||Sep 19, 2017, 6:11 pm||1.12.1|
Say thanks and all credit goes to Lordcazsius, creators of this mod. Visit the original thread here for all info.