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Rotten Flesh is a food item dropped by Zombies and Zombie Pigmen. Eating it restores 20% of your hunger meter. However, Rotten Flesh has an 80% chance of causing food poisoning. Once poisoned, you will notice that your hunger meter turns green and floating green bubbles will appear around you. You can cure your poisoning by drinking a bucket of milk or waiting 30 seconds. Rotten Flesh cannot be cooked and is not used in any crafting recipes. Rotten flesh heals Wolves without poisoning or causing damage to them.
- Rotten Flesh is rather easy to get once one has a sword/bow and armor, as zombies are more common than passive mobs. You can also wait until the zombies have burned.
- Rotten Flesh can be a good emergency food when other sources are depleted if used in high dosages, restoring more food points than the hunger effect can take away.
- Rotten Flesh may be used to feed and breed wolves rather than other meats as wolves do not have any hunger bar, so they are immune to food poisoning.
- Rotten Flesh has an 80% chance to trigger food poisoning, making hunger deplete for thirty seconds.
- Rotten Flesh only restores two hunger.
- Killing zombies for rotten flesh may be dangerous for under-equipped players.
- Rotten Flesh restores less saturation than other meats.
|0.24 SURVIVAL TEST||Zombies dropped feathers. This was because feathers were added before Chickens, and there was no other way to obtain feathers at that time.|
|1.2.0||Zombie Pigmen dropped Cooked Porkchops instead of rotten flesh and gold nuggets.|
|1.8||Rotten Flesh is added. Zombies and Zombie Pigmen drop Rotten Flesh instead of feathers and cooked porkchops, respectively.|
|1.9 pre 2||You can stop the hunger effect by drinking milk.|
|1.2.5||Eating rotten flesh on peaceful mode will not cause food poisoning.|
|1.3.1||12w21a||Rotten flesh can now be found inside chests in desert temples or jungle temples.|