The fine folks at Irongate Studios are clearly having a very normal one, as the latest activity from Valheim's official account is... a real-world recipe for the game's fish wraps. Obviously there aren't any greylings running around to bosh on the head and make a sauce with, but conveniently enough they apparently taste like lemon.
The fish wrap is one of the handiest dishes of #Valheim, literally. It’s perfect to keep you fed while you’re out exploring or while you’ve climbed up high in your base to build a new tower. Hope you’re hungry! 🎣🥙 (1/2) pic.twitter.com/mDYLbPTMR6July 8, 2021
It's to all intents and purposes a posh fish finger sandwich but, with apologies to our vegetarian friends, who doesn't like a fish finger sandwich? Irongate Studios' head chef opts for a classic lemon and sour cream dressing rather than some even-more-delicious tartare sauce, but that aside this looks delicious. I quite like how politely the text tells you that you're allowed to choose your own lettuce.
Greyling sauce is one thing, but what's next? In Valheim sausages use Draugr intestines, which is to say undead warriors, so I look forward to Irongate's replacement for vaguely cannibalistic innards.
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