Why cheese restores so little food (2) and saturation (1.2)? IRL it’s fat rich and has more calories than bread. I’m not that ‘pro-realism’ person, my point is that cheese is not that easily produced—milking can’t be automated, plus milk coagulates slowly. Yes, one cow can yield infinite amount of milk with no cooldown, but I think cheese can give more saturation at least.
And just now I’ve noticed that baguette that is made of 3 dough restores 8 food and loaf of bread that is made of 4 dough restores the same value.
And sliced cheese gives more food in total than the whole one, lol.