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Palia: How to Get Napa Cabbage

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Palia - Napa Cabbage

The new update of Palia has several new cooking recipes that use one of a new crop that also has been added with the same patch named Napa Cabbage. Napa Cabbage is a newly added crop in Palia that players can use in several new recipes to increase their culinary cooking skills and level up their Cooking Skills.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to get Napa Cabbage in Palia.

How to Get Napa Cabbage in Palia

Napa Cabbage is obtained by planting and growing the Napa Cabbage seeds in the garden of your plot area. However, unlike other seeds, the Napa Cabbage seeds aren’t sold at the General Store, at least for now, instead, they can be found at Delaila’s Shop in the Maji Market Event area.

Buying Napa Cabbage Seeds from Delaila’s Street Specialties shop in Maji Market will cost you 15 Lucky Envelopes each. There is no stock limit on Delaila’s shop so you will be able to buy as many Napa Cabbage Seeds as you can from her by interacting with the Cash Register.

After getting the Napa Cabbage Seeds, you will have to plant them in the Soil in your Plot area. Napa Cabbage seeds take 1×1 block of Soil to plant. Once you have planted the seeds, you need to water them each day (in-game) because it will take 5 days (5 hours in real-time) for Napa Cabbage to fully grow.

Once the Napa Cabbage has matured fully, you will be able to harvest it by pressing the F Button. You can use Napa Cabbage in all new recipes or if you want to make a bit of money off Napa Cabbage, then you can sell it at the General Store or the Shipping Bin outside of your plot area. Each regular Napa Cabbage will sell for 10 Gold and Quality Napa Cabbage will sell for 20 Gold.

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