How to Make Artisan Goods in Stardew Valley

BY MEG

Meg

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PUBLISHED 2 MONTHS AGO

Stardew Valley is a peaceful region abundant in crops, animal products, and forage items. These natural resources have a variety of uses, from giving them away to the townies to selling them for a quick buck. But perhaps the best way to utilize them is to turn them into Artisan Goods! We have listed all the available Artisan Goods in the game so far, including what you need to do to obtain them.

How to Make Artisan Goods in Stardew Valley

Artisan Goods are processed items such as wine, cheese, mayonnaise, etc. Selling these products is arguably the best way to make a great deal of money in this game. But, before you get started making heaps of Artisan Items, you must first learn how to build Artisan Machines.

Artisan Machines

An artisan machine is where you can put raw items that get refined into artisan products. Players can build machines using several materials, and you can only craft most of them after reaching specific Farming skill levels.

Craftable machines are not the only thing you unlock as you level up. You can choose Professions that can give you special abilities or raise the value of your products. Choosing the Artisan Profession over the Agriculturist Profession is a good choice if you want to make more profit from crops or animal products. This ability can raise the price of Artisan Goods by 40%. To help you decide on the best products to invest in, we have written below all the products you can refine with Artisan Machines.

Mayonnaise Machine

The Mayonnaise Machine is one of the first machines you can craft, and it only becomes available once you reach Farming Level 2. As its name implies, it can turn an egg into mayonnaise. It takes three in-game hours to process eggs into mayonnaise, no matter which type of egg you use. To build a Mayonnaise Machine, you will need 15 pieces of Wood, 15 Stone, 1 Earth Crystal, and 1 Copper Bar.

Mayonnaise

The quality of the mayonnaise depends on the size of the chicken egg. For instance, if you put a Regular-sized Egg into the Mayonnaise Machine, you will get a Normal-quality Mayo. However, placing high-quality chicken eggs in the machine does not mean you can turn them into high-quality mayonnaise.

Large-sized eggs produce Gold-quality Mayonnaise. Your chickens can provide you with large eggs if you constantly care for them. You can obtain Iridium-quality Mayonnaise with Golden Eggs. Golden eggs will not be available until you achieve 100% perfection in the game.

Lastly, if you place an Ostrich Egg in the Mayonnaise Machine, you will acquire ten mayonnaise. Unlike the chicken eggs, the quality of ostrich mayonnaise is determined by the grade of the ostrich egg.

Duck Mayonnaise

Ducks that are regularly fed lay eggs every two days. Duck Mayonnaise is obtained after processing a Duck Egg in the Mayonnaise Machine. This artisan product costs 375g, but picking the Artisan Profession will boost its amount to 525g. Duck Mayo is also used as a key to unlock one of the three hidden boxes that contain a Strange Statue.

Void Mayonnaise

Void Mayonnaise is a vile-smelling jar of black paste that most NPCs hate, except for Krobus and Sebastian. They can be acquired through processing Void Eggs in the Mayonnaise Machine. The highest profit you can get from Void Mayo is 385g. It can not be sold at a higher price, but it is an essential item you need to get to complete the Goblin Problem quest.

Dinosaur Mayonnaise

Dinosaur Mayonnaise is produced by placing a Dinosaur Egg in the machine. It is not easy to acquire these elusive eggs, but the good thing is there are plenty of ways to find them. Dino Mayo is the most profitable mayonnaise as it can sell for as high as 1,120g per jar.

Bee House

The Bee House is a different kind of Artisan Equipment. It makes Honey, but instead of placing a raw item inside it, you must plant flowers near the equipment and wait for four days for the bees inside to create Honey. Different flowers bloom for different seasons, and the flowers you plant around the Bee House will affect what kind of Honey it produces. Gather 40 Wood, 8 Coal, 1 Iron Bar, and 1 Maple Syrup to make a Bee House. The Bee House is the second Artisan Equipment you can craft since it gets unlocked after reaching Farming level 3.

Spring

Tulip is one of the flowers that grow around spring, and the Honey you can get from them will earn you up to 224gBlue Jazz may not be the prettiest flower that blossoms in Stardew Valley due to its simple sphere-like appearance. But it has a slightly better selling price than Tulip Honey, costing up to 280g per jar.

Summer

Despite being a universally hated gift, the Poppy flower is the finest colorful crop to grow in Summer. Poppy Honey will earn you 532g should you pick the Artisan Profession. Summer Spangle Honey comes in second place as its highest selling price is 392g. Sunflower seeds are steep, and Sunflower Honey will only amount to 364g. But the flower that sprouts from Sunflower seeds can survive both Summer and Fall.

Fall

Another flower that can thrive in the fall season is the Fairy Rose. Fairy Rose Honey is the most expensive honey in the game, fetching over 925g per jar on the market.

Any Season except Winter

Wild Honey is what you obtain if you place a Bee House on the farm where no flowers surround it. Without flowers to work with, bees can only produce Wild Honey, which sells for 100g.

Preserves Jar

Preserves Jar can take in fruit, vegetable, and sturgeon roe and preserve them until they become artisan goods. You will only need to reach Farming level 4 to unlock the Preserves Jar. And you will be required to have 50 Wood, 40 Stone, and 8 Coal to craft it. Processing raw materials in this equipment takes 2 to 4 in-game days. Therefore, to maximize profit, try to build plenty of Preserves Jars and make bulk preserved goods.

Pickles

Pickles can be obtained from Vegetables. A substantial amount of vegetable crops grows in Stardew Valley, so here is a list of all the pickled vegetables you can make with a Preserves Jar. Note that in this guide, we have emphasized the products that have a higher value than the others:

ItemBase Sell PriceArtisan Sell Price
Pickled Amaranth350g490g
Pickled Artichoke370g518g
Pickled Beet250g350g
Pickled Bok Choy210g294g
Pickled Cauliflower400g560g
Pickled Corn150g210g
Pickled Eggplant170g238g
Pickled Fiddlehead Fern230g322g
Pickled Garlic170g238g
Pickled Green Bean130g182g
Pickled Hops100g140g
Pickled Kale270g378g
Pickled Parsnip120g168g
Pickled Potato210g294g
Pickled Pumpkin690g966g
Pickled Radish230g322g
Pickled Red Cabbage570g798g
Pickled Taro root250g350g
Pickled Tea Leaves150g210g
Pickled Tomato170g238g
Pickled Unmilled Rice110g154g
Pickled Wheat100g140g
Pickled Yam370g518g


Jelly

From fruit trees to fruit crops, any Fruit you can find can be turned into jelly. Here is a compilation of all the fruits that can be gathered and preserved in a jar:

ItemBase Sell PriceArtisan Sell Price
Ancient Fruit Jelly1,150g1,610g
Apple Jelly250g350g
Apricot Jelly150g210g
Banana Jelly350g490g
Blackberry Jelly90g126g
Blueberry Jelly150g210g
Cactus Fruit Jelly200g280g
Cherry Jelly210g294g
Coconut Jelly250g350g
Cranberries Jelly200g280g
Crystal Fruit Jelly350g490g
Grape Jelly210g294g
Hot Pepper Jelly130g182g
Mango Jelly310g434g
Melon Jelly550g770g
Orange Jelly250g350g
Peach Jelly330g462g
Pineapple Jelly650g910g
Pomegranate Jelly330g462g
Qi Fruit Jelly52g72g
Rhubarb Jelly490g686g
Salmonberry Jelly60g84g
Spice Berry Jelly210g294g
Starfruit Jelly1,550g2,170g
Strawberry Jelly290g406g
Wild Plum Jelly210g294g

Aged Roe

There is always a good chance fish in ponds will give you resources like prismatic shards and dragon teeth. But most of the time, you will receive fish eggs or Roe from fish. Unfortunately, Roe does not make much profit. But if you make an Aged Roe in a Preserves Jar, their price becomes substantially higher. We have named all the kinds of Aged Roe below, plus the money you can acquire from selling them:

ItemBase Sell PriceArtisan Sell Price
Aged Pufferfish Roe260g364g
Aged Anchovy Roe90g126g
Aged Tuna Roe160g224g
Aged Sardine Roe100g140g
Aged Bream Roe104g145g
Aged Largemouth Bass Roe160g224g
Aged Smallmouth Bass Roe110g154g
Aged Rainbow Trout Roe124g173g
Aged Salmon Roe134g187g
Aged Walleye Roe164g229g
Aged Perch Roe114g159g
Aged Carp Roe90g126g
Aged Catfish Roe260g364g
Aged Pike Roe160g224g
Aged Sunfish Roe90g126g
Aged Red Mullet Roe134g187g
Aged Herring Roe90g126g
Aged Eel Roe144g201g
Aged Octopus Roe210g294g
Aged Red Snapper Roe110g154g
Aged Sea Cucumber Roe134g187g
Aged Super Cucumber Roe310g434g
Aged Ghostfish Roe104g145g
Aged Stonefish Roe360g504g
Aged Icepip Roe560g784g
Aged Lava Eel Roe760g1,064g
Aged Sandfish Roe134g187g
Aged Scorpion Carp Roe210g294g
Aged Flounder Roe160g224g
Aged Midnight Carp Roe210g294g
Aged Tiger Trout Roe210g294g
Aged Bullhead Roe134g187g
Aged Tilapia Roe134g187g
Aged Chub Roe110g154g
Aged Dorado Roe160g224g
Aged Albacore Roe134g187g
Aged Shad Roe120g168g
Aged Lingcod Roe180g252g
Aged Halibut Roe140g196g
Aged Woodskip Roe134g187g
Aged Void Salmon Roe210g294g
Aged Slimejack Roe160g224g
Aged Stingray Roe240g336g
Aged Lionfish Roe160g224g
Aged Blue Discus Roe180g252g
Aged Spook Fish Roe280g392g
Aged Blobfish Roe560g784g
Aged Lobster Roe180g252g
Aged Crayfish Roe134g187g
Aged Crab Roe160g224g
Aged Cockle Roe110g154g
Aged Mussel Roe90g126g
Aged Shrimp Roe120g168g
Aged Snail Roe124g173g
Aged Periwinkle Roe80g112g

Caviar 

Sturgeon Fish can supply you with Sturgeon Roe, provided that you raise them in a fish pond. Sturgeon roe is the only roe you can turn into Caviar. For this delicacy, you can earn 700g if you choose to become an Artisan. Caviar is also one of the items required for the Missing Bundle in the deserted JoJaMart.

Cheese Press

The Cheese Press can turn milk into cheese. The larger your milk jug is, the better quality cheese the Cheese Press produces, like the Mayonnaise Machine. Before you can build a Cheese Press, you will need 45 Wood, 45 Stone, 10 Hardwood, and 1 Copper Bar. This Artisan Equipment can only be crafted once you get to Farming Level 6.

Cheese

Cheese is a dairy product made with Cow’s Milk. A mature cow can give you milk every day if you don’t forget to feed it. Give a cow sufficient care, like petting it and supplying it with hay daily, and they will eventually give you Large Milk. Large Milk can give you Gold-quality Cheese, and it can sell for 483g. Cheese is also used as an ingredient for dishes such as Cheese Cauliflower, Pizza, and Pepper Poppers.

Goat Cheese

Goat can provide you with Milk, which you can turn into Goat Cheese. It has a much better selling price than the basic cheese, but unlike cows, you can only milk goats every other day. Goat Cheese costs 400g, but it can go as high as 840g.

Loom

If you like dressing up your player from time to time, you can make an assortment of clothes using a Cloth. Looms can make Cloth out of Wool, and Wool can be gathered from a Sheep or a Rabbit. Get 60 Wood, 30 Fiber, and 1 Pine Tar to craft a Loom. The Loom becomes available after you reach Farming Level 7.

Oil Maker

The Oil Maker can squeeze out Oil from several raw materials. To craft an Oil Maker, you need to get to Farming Level 8. You will be required to gather 50 Slimes, 20 Hardwood, and 1 Gold Bar before you can make an Oil Maker.

Oil

Oil does not have a competitive selling price, but you will need it for preparing meals since many recipes use oil as an ingredient. Oil is processed from Corn, Sunflower Seeds, or Sunflowers. It can be sold for 100g.

Truffle Oil

A mushroom Pigs like to forage. Truffle Oil is made from Truffles. It is one of the most lucrative artisan products, given that Truffles are considered a prized culinary ingredient. You can obtain Truffles from pigs if you raise them in a Deluxe Barn and let them roam outside on sunny days. Truffle Oil can be sold for 1491g.

Keg

Kegs are used to make beverages from different organic resources. Some of the most profitable Artisan Goods come from Kegs, but it takes weeks to produce them. This Artisan equipment can only be available after reaching Farming Level 8. To get started on making artisan beverages, you need 30 Wood, 1 Copper Bar, 1 Iron Bar, and 1 Oak Resin to craft a Keg.

Juice

Juice is made from Vegetable crops—except for wheat, hops, and tea leaves. It is a nutritious drink that can be used to restore some of your health and energy. Listed down is the price of all the vegetables to be processed into juice:

ItemBase Sell PriceArtisan Sell Price
Amaranth Juice337g471g
Artichoke Juice360g504g
Beet Juice225g315g
Bok Choy Juice180g252g
Cauliflower Juice393g550g
Corn Juice112g156g
Eggplant Juice135g189g
Fiddlehead Fern Juice202g282g
Garlic Juice135g189g
Green Bean Juice90g126g
Kale Juice247g345g
Parsnip Juice78g109g
Potato Juice180g252g
Pumpkin Juice720g1,008g
Radish Juice202g282g
Red Cabbage Juice585g819g
Taro root Juice225g315g
Tomato Juice135g189g
Unmilled Rice Juice67g93g
Yam Juice360g504g

Wine

Wine is a beverage that recovers your health and energy when consumed but drinking it causes you to slow down. A Keg produces wine from Fruit, and the process lasts for a whole week. Below is a detailed table of how much these beverages cost:

ItemBase Sell PriceArtisan Sell Price
Ancient Fruit Wine1,650g2,310g
Apple Wine300g420g
Apricot Wine150g210g
Banana Wine450g630g
Blackberry Wine60g84g
Blueberry Wine150g210g
Cactus Fruit Wine225g315g
Cherry Wine240g336g
Coconut Wine300g420g
Cranberries Wine225g315g
Crystal Fruit Wine450g630g
Grape Wine240g336g
Hot Pepper Wine120g168g
Mango Wine390g546g
Melon Wine750g1,050g
Orange Wine300g420g
Peach Wine420g588g
Pineapple Wine900g1,260g
Pomegranate Wine420g588g
Qi Fruit Wine3g4g
Rhubarb Wine660g924g
Salmonberry Wine15g21g
Spice Berry Wine240g336g
Starfruit Wine2,250g3,150g
Strawberry Wine360g504g
Wild Plum Wine240g336g

Beer

Beer is another alcoholic drink that can also slow down your movement. Making beer requires you to place Wheat inside a Keg. Should you choose to be a professional artisan, it sells for 560g per mug. Beer is a well-liked gift in Pelican Town, and the only residents who are not fond of Beer are Penny, Sebastian, Leo, Vincent, and Jas.

Mead

Mead is made from Honey. A gold-quality and professionally-produced Mead can sell for 420g. Like all alcoholic beverages in this game, consuming Mead can cause your movement to decrease.

Pale Ale

Hops can be placed in a Keg to produce Pale Ale. It is one of the first quests you will get, and it will be requested by none other than Pam. It takes 1 to 2 days to make Pale Ale. Selling it will earn you as high as 630g.

Coffee

Coffee is a consumable speed-booster that can be made by placing Coffee Beans in a Keg. Each coffee can be sold for 150g, but if you make Triple Shot Espresso using three coffee and sell it, you will earn 450g.

Green Tea

Green Tea is an energizing beverage that can temporarily increase your Max Energy to 30. You will need Tea Leaves to make Green Tea. These vegetable crops come from Tea Saplings and are grown in a Garden Pot. To get Tea Saplings, you must become friends with Caroline and wait until she gives you a Tea Sapling, or you can purchase one from the Traveling Merchant.

Cask

Casks are perhaps the last Artisan Equipment you can unlock, as you may only obtain them after fully upgrading your house. Artisan Products like cheese, beer, or wine get stored and preserved in Casks for days. And the longer they age in casks, the better quality products you can acquire. Casks are very cost-effective, too, considering that you can make one using only 20 Wood and 1 Hardwood.

Below are all the Artisan Goods that you can age in Casks:

ItemBase Sell PriceArtisan Sell Price
Aged BeerAged for 7 Days: 250g
Aged for 14 Days: 300g
Aged for 28 Days: 400g
Aged for 7 Days: 350g
Aged for 14 Days: 420g
Aged for 28 Days: 560g
Aged Pale AleAged for 9 Days: 375g
Aged for 17 Days: 450g
Aged for 34 Days: 600g
Aged for 9 Days: 525g
Aged for 17 Days: 630g
Aged for 34 Days: 840g
Aged MeadAged for 7 Days: 250g
Aged for 14 Days: 300g
Aged for 28 Days: 400g
Aged for 7 Days: 350g
Aged for 14 Days: 420g
Aged for 28 Days: 560g
Aged CheeseAged for 3 Days: 287g
Aged for 7 Days: 345g
Aged for 14 Days: 460g
Aged for 3 Days: 401g
Aged for 7 Days: 483g
Aged for 14 Days: 644g
Aged Goat CheeseAged for 3 Days: 500g
Aged for 7 Days: 600g
Aged for 14 Days: 800g
Aged for 3 Days: 700g
Aged for 7 Days: 840g
Aged for 14 Days: 1,120g
Aged Ancient Fruit WineAged for 14 Days: 2,062g
Aged for 28 Days: 2,475g
Aged for 56 Days: 3,300g
Aged for 14 Days: 2,886g
Aged for 28 Days: 3,465g
Aged for 56 Days: 4,620g
Aged Apple WineAged for 14 Days: 375g
Aged for 28 Days: 450g
Aged for 56 Days: 600g
Aged for 14 Days: 525g
Aged for 28 Days: 630g
Aged for 56 Days: 840g
Aged Apricot WineAged for 14 Days: 187g
Aged for 28 Days: 225g
Aged for 56 Days: 300g
Aged for 14 Days: 261g
Aged for 28 Days: 315g
Aged for 56 Days: 420g
Aged Banana WineAged for 14 Days: 562g
Aged for 28 Days: 675g
Aged for 56 Days: 900g
Aged for 14 Days: 786g
Aged for 28 Days: 945g
Aged for 56 Days: 1,260g
Aged Blackberry WineAged for 14 Days: 75g
Aged for 28 Days: 90g
Aged for 56 Days: 120g
Aged for 14 Days: 105g
Aged for 28 Days: 126g
Aged for 56 Days: 168g
Aged Blueberry WineAged for 14 Days: 187g
Aged for 28 Days: 225g
Aged for 56 Days: 300g
Aged for 14 Days: 261g
Aged for 28 Days: 315g
Aged for 56 Days: 420g
Aged Cactus Fruit WineAged for 14 Days: 281g
Aged for 28 Days: 337g
Aged for 56 Days: 450g
Aged for 14 Days: 393g
Aged for 28 Days: 471g
Aged for 56 Days: 630g
Aged Cherry WineAged for 14 Days: 300g
Aged for 28 Days: 360g
Aged for 56 Days: 480g
Aged for 14 Days: 420g
Aged for 28 Days: 504g
Aged for 56 Days: 672g
Aged Coconut WineAged for 14 Days: 375g
Aged for 28 Days: 450g
Aged for 56 Days: 600g
Aged for 14 Days: 525g
Aged for 28 Days: 630g
Aged for 56 Days: 840g
Aged Cranberries WineAged for 14 Days: 281g
Aged for 28 Days: 337g
Aged for 56 Days: 450g
Aged for 14 Days: 393g
Aged for 28 Days: 471g
Aged for 56 Days: 630g
Aged Crystal Fruit WineAged for 14 Days: 562g
Aged for 28 Days: 675g
Aged for 56 Days: 900g
Aged for 14 Days: 786g
Aged for 28 Days: 945g
Aged for 56 Days: 1,260g
Aged Grape WineAged for 14 Days: 300g
Aged for 28 Days: 360g
Aged for 56 Days: 480g
Aged for 14 Days: 420g
Aged for 28 Days: 504g
Aged for 56 Days: 672g
Aged Hot Pepper WineAged for 14 Days: 150g
Aged for 28 Days: 180g
Aged for 56 Days: 240g
Aged for 14 Days: 210g
Aged for 28 Days: 252g
Aged for 56 Days: 336g
Aged Mango WineAged for 14 Days: 487g
Aged for 28 Days: 585g
Aged for 56 Days: 780g
Aged for 14 Days: 681g
Aged for 28 Days: 819g
Aged for 56 Days: 1,092g
Aged Melon WineAged for 14 Days: 937g
Aged for 28 Days: 1,125g
Aged for 56 Days: 1,500g
Aged for 14 Days: 1,311g
Aged for 28 Days: 1,575g
Aged for 56 Days: 2,100g
Aged Orange WineAged for 14 Days: 375g
Aged for 28 Days: 450g
Aged for 56 Days: 600g
Aged for 14 Days: 525g
Aged for 28 Days: 630g
Aged for 56 Days: 840g
Aged Peach WineAged for 14 Days: 525g
Aged for 28 Days: 630g
Aged for 56 Days: 840g
Aged for 14 Days: 735g
Aged for 28 Days: 882g
Aged for 56 Days: 1,176g
Aged Pineapple WineAged for 14 Days: 1,125g
Aged for 28 Days: 1,350g
Aged for 56 Days: 1,800g
Aged for 14 Days: 1,575g
Aged for 28 Days: 1,890g
Aged for 56 Days: 2,520g
Aged Pomegranate WineAged for 14 Days: 525g
Aged for 28 Days: 630g
Aged for 56 Days: 840g
Aged for 14 Days: 735g
Aged for 28 Days: 882g
Aged for 56 Days: 1,176g
Aged Qi Fruit WineAged for 14 Days: 3g
Aged for 28 Days: 4g
Aged for 56 Days: 6g
Aged for 14 Days: 4g
Aged for 28 Days: 5g
Aged for 56 Days: 8g
Aged Rhubarb WineAged for 14 Days: 825g
Aged for 28 Days: 990g
Aged for 56 Days: 1,320g
Aged for 14 Days: 1,155g
Aged for 28 Days: 1,386g
Aged for 56 Days: 1,848g
Aged Salmonberry WineAged for 14 Days: 18g
Aged for 28 Days: 22g
Aged for 56 Days: 30g
Aged for 14 Days: 25g
Aged for 28 Days: 30g
Aged for 56 Days: 42g
Aged Spice Berry WineAged for 14 Days: 300g
Aged for 28 Days: 360g
Aged for 56 Days: 480g
Aged for 14 Days: 420g
Aged for 28 Days: 504g
Aged for 56 Days: 672g
Aged Starfruit WineAged for 14 Days: 2,812g
Aged for 28 Days: 3,375g
Aged for 56 Days: 4,500g
Aged for 14 Days: 3,936g
Aged for 28 Days: 4,725g
Aged for 56 Days: 6,300g
Aged Strawberry WineAged for 14 Days: 450g
Aged for 28 Days: 540g
Aged for 56 Days: 720g
Aged for 14 Days: 630g
Aged for 28 Days: 756g
Aged for 56 Days: 1,008g
Aged Wild Plum WineAged for 14 Days: 300g
Aged for 28 Days: 360g
Aged for 56 Days: 480g
Aged for 14 Days: 420g
Aged for 28 Days: 504g
Aged for 56 Days: 672g

Miscellaneous – Tapper

The Tapper and Heavy Tapper are Refining Machines that can collect Saps when placed on Trees. Tappers can produce Tree Saps and Tree Syrups that are considered Artisan Goods in the game. Despite that, you can not sell these products at a higher price even if you become an Artisan. Instead, their value only increases if you pick the Forester Profession and the Tapper Profession.

Tappers can become available after you get to Foraging Level 3. You can craft a Tapper using 40 Wood and 2 Copper Bars. Meanwhile, the recipe for Heavy Tapper can be purchased from Mr. Qi’s Walnut Room for 20 Qi Gems. Heavy Tappers can produce Tree Syrups faster. The materials required to craft them are 30 Hardwood and 1 Radioactive Bar.

Maple Syrup

Maple Syrup is produced by tapping a Maple Tree. This sweet syrup can be used to regain a tiny portion of your health, but it would benefit you more if you turn it into a Maple Bar. Maple Syrup can be sold for 250g if you become a professional Tapper. Most of the NPCs prefer Maple Syrup, apart from Maru.

Oak Resin

Oak Resin comes from Oak Tree. Unlike the Maple Syrup, Oak Resins are inedible since their purpose lies in their use as a crafting material. You would not be able to build a Keg or a Deluxe Speed-Gro without Oak Resin. Regarding gifting, Maru is the only Pelican Town villager who likes Oak Resin. You can sell Oak Resin for 187g.

Pine Tar

Pine Tar is a Tree Sap that gets collected from Pine Trees. It is used to make Looms, Rain Totems, and Speed-Gro. You can earn 100g to 125g from selling them. Most NPCs do not appreciate receiving Pine Tree goop as a gift. Unsurprisingly, Maru is the only villager who’s fond of Pine Tars.

Now that you know how to make Artisan Machines and Artisan Goods, you can finally save up some money to buy all the expensive items you have always wanted. Check out our other Stardew Valley guides here on Player Assist as well!

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