Produce is widely available in Albion. Not only does it restore your health, but sometimes it can provide other benefits such as Strength, Skill, and Will experience or changing the time of day. There are numerous types of food, such as fruits & vegetables, meat, fish, nuts and alcoholic beverages. As with all items, some are rarer than others.
Fruits & VegetablesEdit
Green AppleEditGreen Apples restore a small amount of the Hero's health. Many shop owners carry Green Apples as they are one of the most inexpensive items of produce. They are common enough that villagers can be seen eating them for dinner in such towns as Oakvale and Bowerstone South.
The Cooking Apple only appears in Fable and Fable: The Lost Chapters while your training in the Heroes' Guild. They are part of a side quest where you have to collect four cooking apples, although there are 7 in all. You can also sell them while doing your training for 7 gold each. If you keep them until you graduate they will vanish from your inventory. However, if you sold them to the shop keeper you'll be able to buy them off him after your graduation.
The Golden Carrot is a food item that can change night to day, as well as restore your health.
Meat & AlternativesEdit
Red MeatEditRed Meat will increase a portion of your health and will also give you a small amount of Strength Experience. If over-eaten, the player will become obese.
Freshly caught fish can be bought from traders in shops or on the road.
MoonfishEditMoonfish can be caught with a Fishing Rod. It will restore some of your health and change day to night.
Crunchy ChickEditCrunchy Chick will give you evil points because you are eating a live baby chick.
TofuEditTofu will add good points to your alignment and it will not affect your weight unlike some other foods.
Apple Pies restore a portion of your health.
The only way to get more than one Blueberry Pie is to use the Hero Save exploit. The only way to get this pie is near the beginning of the game in the Heroes' Guild. There will be a woman in the servants' quarters looking for 4 Cooking Apples to bake a pie for the Guildmaster.
Beer is an alcoholic drink that will cause the Hero to become drunk, affect his eye-sight (giving the game a very blurred and dizzy effect). After consuming 20 or more in quick succession, the Hero will throw up about half of it.
The following items are for trading purposes only and cannot be consumed in the game: