Raw Meat Dumpling

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Restores HP but also poisons the user
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Raw Meat Dumpling is a Consumable Item in Elden Ring. Most Consumables grant various effects such as restorative properties for recovering HP, removing certain negative status effects or applying temporary buffs and debuffs, while others can be thrown at enemies to deal damage.

This item is non-craftable, non-tradeable, and cannot be farmed. 

 

A pungent raw meatball, made succulent by virtue of being on the verge of turning.

Restores HP but also poisons the user.

Not recommended for those who prefer to know the origin of their meats.

 

Where to find Raw Meat Dumpling in Elden Ring

 

Raw Meat Dumpling use in Elden Ring

  • Restores 50% Max HP, but inflicts Poison.

 

Elden Ring Raw Meat Dumpling Notes & Tips

  • You can hold up to 3 Raw Meat Dumpling.
  • You can store up to 999 Raw Meat Dumpling.
  • Sell Value: item value icon elden ring wiki guide 18px100
  • When combined with Neutralizing Boluses, a dumpling can make for a quick heal if the player has exhausted their supply of Flask of Crimson Tears.
  • Can be used for activating the damage boost effect of Kindred of Rot's Exultation and Mushroom Crown.

 

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    • Anonymous

      Oh look another "rare usuful item" that dupers and cheaters will use to gain an unfair advantage against everyone else fromsoft never learns.

      • Anonymous

        I will never know why this is a one time drop. I’d rather have giant jars to have a chance to drop it occasionally an infinite amount of times than have it be a one and done.

        • FromSoftware continually adds in finite or extremely rare and powerful consumables every game that players can dupe an infinite amount of either through in-game bugs/glitches, installing third party software, or from duplicating their save file, thus undermining the balanced-by-being-finite design of said powerful consumables and gaining an unfair advantage in PvP against anyone who doesn't resort to the same tactics. I don't understand how this cycle has been repeating itself since Demon's Souls, and you can't say they haven't noticed because you otherwise wouldn't have been restricted to only holding 3 of these at a time, yet for some reason you can still store 999 of these in a chest as if any legitimate player will ever have that many at once. And Starlight Shards are even better off, you can hold 10 of those for some reason, and they are the most powerful form of FP regeneration available that isn't a flask. I don't understand why it is like this, it's paradoxical design.

          • Anonymous

            I believe only 4 large Living Jar enemies can be found in Auriza Side Tomb. It says 5 but I can only find 4. Please help clarify if you know where the missing 1 could be. I searched everywhere.

            • Anonymous

              I find hard to justify these items not being able to be farmed of crafted. I mean, is it because of children of rot exultation? Poison isn't hard to inflict on others, so self poisoning isn't exploitable in the slightest. Hell, hemorrage procs and lord of blood's exultation is better in every way, including self inflict. 50% max hp? That's a bad joke compared to mid heal, and there are the healing stones wich ARE craftable, requires marerials that are 1000 times over more accesible than killing living jars, and heals an absurd amount of health at a minuscule fp cost. There's even a three finger variant that builds up madness in the area of effect against those who didn't inherit the flame of frenzy, so not only it's a great healing consumable, it's also an area denial tool.

              Really, all those excuses to keep this item limited are just that, excuses, and all they're good for is to promote duping items even further.

              • Anonymous

                Load of baloney that these arent farmable or craftable, i wanna roleplay as a madman that eats raw meat damnit

                • Anonymous

                  Wish they made the AI (mimic tear/jar warrior/fia's champion) use this item more intelligently. I'd have to do more testing but it at least seems like they won't just eat all 3 when seeing an enemy. Although they'll still eat it when missing as little as 1 hp.
                  I'm assuming the mimic tear ash AI is the same as the other mimic AIs, but if not then I'm referencing mimic tear ash's AI.

                  • Anonymous

                    Maybe not craftable, but would he worthwhile to seem them in a alternative shop. Make it where you buy one for 3 rune arcs or something. Give insensitive for pvp and pver to kill hosts and bosses for the chance to get more

                    • Anonymous

                      Some people are saying this should be craftable. If that was the case, some invasions would probably never end since you'd only need to dupe an infinitely large supply of the crafting materials to get infinite healing. Invasions would last forever with either host, phantom, or invader never dying by running away to craft more of these. It would outright kill pve too since any cheesy phantom or host could just craft a full stack after every encounter.
                      TLDR: The limit of 3 dumplings at a time would become limitless with crafting

                      • Anonymous

                        This should of been craftable with a very rare resource like a low percent chance to farm it like Arteria Leaf.

                        • Anonymous

                          I was wondering why they can't be farmed, but then I noticed it gives you 50% max HP... I expected it to be a small sliver of HPO

                          • Anonymous

                            I can't really think of a good reason why they limit some items and not others
                            like sure these are pretty good if you have something to counteract the poison but come on they're not game breaking you can only hold 3 at a time
                            it's just less fun imo

                            • Anonymous

                              Why couldn’t we craft this with lump of flesh and some sort of poison crafting material, or why couldn’t they just always drop from large jars instead of just once? The restrictions here seem totally arbitrary

                              • Anonymous

                                I was just in the Auriza Side Tomb and went to every spot I could, only found 4 Large Living Jars and only found mention of 4 in the walkthrough of the Tomb

                                • Anonymous

                                  If you're easily confused like me, you will only see 3 at a time in your inventory, even though you can have dozens in storage from all these spots that are listed. I have 32 at the moment ion storage.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    So, with no ability to infinitely farm these and no ability to trade them between players, are these the single item in game that cannot have their inventory maxxed out? 3/3 on character and 999/999 in storage?

                                    • Anonymous

                                      These are seemingly not farmable. From my experience, only the large jar enemies drop them reliably and they only drop them once per playthrough (if you respawn and kill the same large jar they won't drop the dumpling more than once), giving you a set amount per playthrough.

                                      Would love to be proven wrong - has anyone been able to farm these repeatably?

                                      • Anonymous

                                        I can't trade them with a friend and they don't drop more than once from the giant pots since 1.07 for me, could someone else confirm about this

                                        • Anonymous

                                          Frick auto correct what I meant to say was very useful in invasions when you run out of flasks eat to heal bolus to cure

                                          • Anonymous

                                            So, you get these from the Living Jars which we later learn are made of human flesh and blood... fun, thank you, Miyazaki, very cool

                                            • Anonymous

                                              The fact that theres a "meat peddlers bell bearing" and MULTIPLE types of MEAT you can get from animals and theres NO place to craft or buy these is just, like, why?

                                              • Anonymous

                                                If you can spare the equip slot for them, your Mimic can use these to heal himself. They also toss warming stones, but that ain't a reliable source of midfight healing

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  From what I've seen, you can't trade these online. They just don't show up for the other person. Really lame how the only way to get them is ng+

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    You're telling me the tarnished is an educated pro at pickling and curing different types of meat with a multitude of spices, but will gladly eat a raw, rotting human-meatball for health?

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      As long as you have the Poison-Curing Boluses on top of this, these make surprisingly effective heals. Stacked on Kindred of Rot's Talismans, and given a moment, I can heal and give a massive damage buff.

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        Can’t get any raw meat dumplings from any giant live jar enemies. Been trying to get for over an hour and nothing but jar shards

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          So if I used this in junction with the position buff talisman and a heal over time spell and maybe the talisman that heals as well I would get a free, constant damage buff right?

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            ...so fun discovery: eating one of these will trigger the flame-spewing/ice-spewing statues in dungeons to move up or drop. Not sure how close you have to be, but I have a feeling it's the same concept as Mogh's/Margit's Shackle.

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              Truly a sinister ration for the desperate. These undercooked meals are for those who need to heal when they're fresh out of fruit punch.

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                Truly a sinister ration for the desperate. These undercooked meals are for those who need to heal when they're fresh out of fruit punch.

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  If you happen to be stuck on a wall/pillar in a dungeon and you can't fast travel/save quit it, remove all your clothes to reduce poison resistance and eat this to die

                                                                  Might save you some trouble

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    I think the description has been changed since it no longer says "causes poison buildup"
                                                                    It now says "Restores HP but also poisons the user"

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      I think the description has been changed since it no longer says "causes poison buildup"
                                                                      It now says "Restores HP but also poisons the user"

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        Around 10 can be found at the revengers shack, 5 on the bodies, and another 5 once kill the npc invader. Another 10 can be found North west of the windmill village site of grace on a body in a shed guarded by a dog. You can find another 6 or so in the giants' mountain top catacombs by killing the 6 big jar enemies scattered around the dungeon.

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          On the bright side, the self inflicted poison can't build up if you are already poisoned. That will give you freedom to use these self poisoning items as liberally as you want.

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            Guys I have been trying to farm these guys for a while, and I have never seen 2 raw meat dumplings drop from the same large jar enemy. Has anyone ever gotten 2 from the same enemy and if so where?

                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                              Imagine actually using the healing flasks in this game and not going dumpling only run, some people disgust me...

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                Put these on your equipment bar and your mimic ashes will use them to heal without getting the poison effect.

                                                                                Sometimes they will use all three instantly, but mostly they’ll use it to heal when low on health.

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  im surprise the tarnished cant cook em or doesn’t know how to cook at all when theres literally fire almost everywhere lol

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    easiest farming spot is in Jarburg, with the big jar sleeping near the grace. But are you willing to sacrifice your humanity for it?

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      The Mimic Tear ashes WILL use these if you have them in your hotbar, but seems to kinda be an idiot about doing so. It'll eat one for small little scratches and big wounds with no distinction unlike the estus heal. It doesn't seem to understand how much they heal for- but it won't suffer poison regardless so there's no real downside to leaving them in the hotbar for it to have.

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        If you equip this, more specifically only this and flasks, mimic tear will use it to heal 50% health very frequently, making it able to last much longer on boss fights.

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