"By the author of the award-winning Egg Book, Person Writer brings you the most in-depth fish cook book yet!"

The Fish Book can be Read.

Selecting Read in the Fish Book's options will show the following text:

Fish BookEdit

Table of ContentsEdit


  • Fishing Rod
  • Painted Fishing Rod
  • Plastic Fishing Rod


  • Baked Fish Fingers
  • Basic Fish Taco
  • Fermented Fish
  • Fisherman's Pie
  • Gefilte Fish
  • Grilled Fish
  • Nigiri
  • Orange Fish
  • Sushi


Your pets can craft these things, if the materials are available.

For some reason, only pets can make these?

Life as a human truly isn't fair.

Fishing RodEdit

  1. Attach a bit of String to a Crooked Stick
  2. Somehow, that's all it takes! (Where does the hook come from?)

Painted Fishing RodEdit

  1. Prepare a palette of Yellow and Green Dye
  2. Alternate painting splotchy patches (technical term!) of green and yellow on the rod

Plastic Fishing RodEdit

  1. Get a 3D Printer
  2. Print it!


Your can cook these things, if the ingredients are available.

For some reason, only humans can make these?

Life as a pet truly isn't fair.

Baked Fish FingersEdit

  1. Cut up some Fish into finger sizes
  2. Brush Fish with Egg
  3. Roll Fish in Wheat Flour and crumbs from a Slice of Bread
  4. Bake!

Basic Fish TacoEdit

  • Tortilla
  • Fish
  • Salsa

Fermented FishEdit

Just age some Fish with Aging Powder!

An acquired taste!

Fisherman's PieEdit

  • Smashed Potatoes
  • Wheat Flour
  • Butter
  • Creamy Milk
  • Fish
  • Onion
  • Carrot (or Corn)

Gefilte FishEdit

  • Carrot
  • Onion
  • Egg
  • Fish
  • Matzah Bread
  • Celery (optional)

Grilled FishEdit

Just grill some Fish with Charcoal!


  • Rice
  • Fish

(Psst, hey! I know this is supposed to be a book about Fish, BUT: if you marinade a slice of Tomato in Soy Sauce and Oil, and use that instead of Fish, you could make yourself a nice Tomato "Sushi"! Just sayin'! It's an option!)

Orange FishEdit

  • Orange
  • Fish
  • Sugar (not optional!)


  1. Lay out a sheet of Seaweed
  2. Place a bed of sushi rice on the seaweed (Rice, Sugar, Vinegar)
  3. Place pieces of Fish on the sushi rice, in a line about 1-2 inches away from one edge
  4. Roll!
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