Fermentation Necromancy cantrip Casting Time: 1 action Range: touch Components: V, S, optional* M (a handful of sea salt or yeast or a grape) Duration: Instantaneous
This spell can ferment food to preserve it indefinitely if salt is used, and convert water into beer if yeast is used or wine if a grape is used for material components. If this spell is cast on food or water without the material component, it spoils the food causing disease and illness if eaten. When this spell is used on a target creature, it rots the living flesh causing 1d8 necrotic damage and makes a Constitution saving throw against your spell save DC. This spells damage increases by 1d8 at levels 5th (2d8), 11th (3d8) and 17th (4d8).
I got this idea from watching the Korean food cooking channel by Maangchi on youtube. If you haven't checked her out, she's absolutely adorable! Also, she has food left out at room temp for years. In one video she actually eats something from 2011 or older!
And I made Kimchi following her recipe yesterday and it was super delicious!
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