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===== Refrigeration and Spoilied Food =====
 
===== Refrigeration and Spoilied Food =====
  
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Food and seeds slowly spoil and decay in Stationeers. By this point, depending on how fast you've completed the rest of the guide, your food is starting to be in danger of spoiling or has already spoiled. Decay is accelerated by warm temperatures, harmful atmospheres, and improper storage. These can be resolved by lowering the temperature (down to around -140 Celsius: colder than that and the decay rate increases again), replacing the atmosphere with nitrogen or carbon dioxide, making sure the Kpa is above 101 as food needs atmosphere equal to earths pressure or the effect of the preservation will be debuffed by the low pressure, and placing food in a [[Refrigerator|refrigerator]]. For a beginner set up, simply use some steel to create a large refrigerator, power it with the power switch, and place your food inside. You should see the time to decay increase by several hours, sometimes triple or more what the original time limit was. Refrigerators attempt to keep the food at a low temperature, and also automatically removes 70% of the decay rate of anything inside of a powered fridge. This will extend our time to complete our greenhouse by many hours.
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Food and seeds slowly spoil and decay in Stationeers. By this point, depending on how fast you've completed the rest of the guide, your food is starting to be in danger of spoiling or has already spoiled. Decay is accelerated by warm temperatures, harmful atmospheres, and improper storage. These can be resolved by lowering the temperature (down to around -140 Celsius: colder than that and the decay rate increases again), replacing the atmosphere with nitrogen or carbon dioxide, and placing food in a [[Refrigerator|refrigerator]]. For a beginner set up, simply use some steel to create a large refrigerator, power it with the power switch, and place your food inside. You should see the time to decay increase by several hours, sometimes triple or more what the original time limit was. Refrigerators attempt to keep the food at a low temperature, and also automatically removes 70% of the decay rate of anything inside of a powered fridge. This will extend our time to complete our greenhouse by many hours.
  
 
Unfortunately, it is very difficult to recover if your food has already spoiled. Although there are ways to get new seeds, mainly from trading, it is likely necessary to restart on a new world to get new seeds. Your experience from this world will help accelerate your development in a new game. Though you may find that you need to bump steel production higher on the priority list to build a fridge earlier on to prevent food spoilage.
 
Unfortunately, it is very difficult to recover if your food has already spoiled. Although there are ways to get new seeds, mainly from trading, it is likely necessary to restart on a new world to get new seeds. Your experience from this world will help accelerate your development in a new game. Though you may find that you need to bump steel production higher on the priority list to build a fridge earlier on to prevent food spoilage.

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