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Posted 22nd Nov 2016 at 12:55 AM - Updated 21st Jan 2017 at 4:30 AM by ohmysims - Viewed 74721 times. Direct link to this thread
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Compatible with the patch PC Version 22.214.171.1240 / Mac Version 126.96.36.1990 (Jan 12, 2017.)
Update Jan 21, 2017: v2. Updated for Patch 1.26.96 (aka Toddler Patch). Now all age groups can eat this food as before. Note that you can give this food to toddlers but they will refuse to eat spicy food, and this is not a bug.
Update Dec 12, 2016: fixed restaurant price.
Jjamppong is Koreanized Chinese spicy seafood noodle soup. Sims can prepare this food on stoves, and the cooking recipe is available from stove, fridge, bars, Chinese food stand (EP03), Chinese food takeout boxes (CC), and food truck (CC). (*note: some of the functions will be available when the CC objects are released.)
How to use this recipe:
I used google translator for the translation. So feel free to correct any mistake and add suggestions. Please DO NOT send me an STBL file extracted by s4pe. I have a couple of issues with directly importing string files, so would rather manually add them. You can simply translate the texts below and leave a comment or attach a text file.
English / Jjamppong / Cook Jjamppong
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