Here is the geniux ingredient list for your first time trying this dish. This is by no means a complete list of everything in geniux. Feel free to change up the ingredients for the dish, as my suggestion below will help you get a lot of the flavors I am talking about.
You might notice a certain pattern here. There are three main ingredients in geniux. These are alcohol, herbs, and spices. The alcohol is a base for the various flavored drinks and beers that are served in the various bars in geniux. I personally think it is a little strange that there aren’t more herbs to start.
This is because herbs are not a strictly limited supply and can often be found in pretty much any sort of spice or seasoning. A common kitchen spice is oregano, which can be found in the wild in many places, and the wild oregano bush grows well in many of the cities and forests of geniux. And lastly, the most common spice in geniux is chile.
Chile itself is probably not a very common spice to find in geniux. Its most common ingredients are chile powder, chile salt, and chile oil. These ingredients are all available in the wild, so there should not be a shortage of them on the island.
The chile powder and chile oil you find in the wild are usually grown in the mountains near the village and are inedible. The chile salt is a common ingredient of many herbs, and is found in small quantities in many plants.
The spices and herbs in geniux are so common and readily available that you probably already have every ingredient you need. The chile powder and chile oil are a bit more rare to find, and will be used to spice up meals, but will also get you through many of the game’s missions and quests. The chile salt is probably found in the village, so you’ll be able to use it to upgrade your weapons and clothes.
The chile oil is probably found in the village, so youll be able to use it to upgrade your weapons and clothes. The chile powder is probably found in the village, so youll be able to use it to upgrade your weapons and clothes. The spices are probably found in the village, so youll be able to use them to upgrade your weapons and clothes.
And we have a list of ingredients for every of the game’s 13 weapons.
With that much gear, the entire game will be a bit of a grind. But it’s not like you can’t find one thing to upgrade. There are a few little things that come in handy, like the “dirt” weapon that lets you dig through dirt for treasure that you can use to upgrade the chile oil.
The only problem I see with this is that the “dirt weapon” is essentially a weapon that turns into dirt, so it doesn’t really make sense to use it to upgrade it. This is especially true since the game is about finding treasure. It would be much cheaper to just have the game include a few weapons that do something entirely different then digging dirt.