Depends on what level you start cooking at. Using level 89 Hosidius Kitchen with 0% burn rate will require 39,011 Sharks to get to 99. If you start at 80 you will need 52,612 sharks at 99, + the ones you will burn. You can cook up to 1,000 – 1.3,000 per hour.
To get from level 35 to 99 cooking, you must successfully craft 65,000 and 61 Wines. To get to 68, which is the point where you stop failing, you need 2914 wines made. So if you factor in the wines that failed, you need about 4000 wines.
Players will stop burning sharks at level 99 cooking with equipped chef’s cloak, level 94 while wearing chef’s gloves, or level 89 while wearing chef’s gloves while cooking in the Hosidius House kitchen.< /p>
Sharks give 110 fishing experience per catch and 210 cooking experience when cooked. The minimum Constitution level to receive the full amount of healing from this food is 80.
Fetching is the current title holder for Old School Runescape 1-99 Fastest Skill.
The player also stops making bad wine at level 68 boiling. A player who crafts a jug of wine. Wine ferments with a global 12 second timer that resets each time you craft a new pitcher of unfermented wine, whether in a bank or in your inventory. This means a large batch of wine can be fermented in your bank at once.
Sharks are a popular food item in Old School RuneScape because they heal well (20 hit points) and are easy to catch in large numbers.
In the Hosidius Kitchen, it takes about 1 minute and 14 seconds to cook an inventory of fish, including banking. Players can cook up to 1365 fish per hour in Hosidius Kitchen or 1435 fish per hour in Myths’ Guild or Mor Ul Rek. The fish and experience required for each level range are listed in the table below.
Players will stop burning Karambwan at level 99 with Cook’s Cloak equipped, level 94 in the Hosidius House kitchen, or level 93 with Cooking Gauntlets equipped in the Hosidius House kitchen. To thoroughly cook it, a player must first complete Tai Bwo Wannai Trio and then speak to Tinsay.
Once players have reached level 99 in cooking, they can purchase a chef’s cloak that will allow the player to never again burn food while equipped, allowing the player to stop wearing the cooking gauntlets to wear.
There is no level at which manta rays will stop burning, although wearing a cooking cloak at level 99 will stop them burning.
Players will stop burning monkfish at normal level 92, 90 with cooking gauntlets and 82 with gauntlets in the Hosidius Kitchen. Cooking monkfish gives approximately 200,000 experience per hour at level 90 with no/few burns.
Cooking requires level 30 cooking, grants 190 cooking experience, and turns raw karambwan into cooked karambwan. However, to cook it thoroughly, a player must complete Tai Bwo Wannai Trio and speak to Tiadeche in his hut to learn how. Otherwise, players can only cook it into Poison Karambwan.
When shark scientists handle sharks, they often get “shark burn” from them. “It’ll give you an abrasion,” said Brendan Talwar, a research fellow at the Cape Eleuthera Institute who studies sharks. “It’s like sandpaper.” This is because shark skin is made up of hard scales, much like microscopic teeth.