How to Make Mayonnaise With Dinosaur Eggs in Stardew Valley

Before you can make Mayonnaise with Dinosaur eggs in Stardew Valley, you will need to farm those eggs we have the tips to farm them.

Making Dinosaur Mayonnaise in Stardew Valley is a very simple task. However, making the mayonnaise requires dinosaur eggs and finding them is not everyone’s cup of tea. In this guide, we have given the exact locations in the game where you can find these eggs and how you can farm them to teach you How to Make Mayonnaise With Dinosaur Eggs in Stardew Valley.

How to Make Mayonnaise With Dinosaur Eggs in Stardew Valley

Dinosaur eggs are very easy to find in Stardew Valley since you don’t have to put much effort into catching them. These Dinosaur eggs can be found inside of a Treasure chest; which is found while fishing.

If that doesn’t work out, then we have another option ready for you!

Simply head into the mountains in the artifact section of the game. There you’ll have to dig them up in the artifact spot and you’ll find the dinosaur eggs.

Keep in mind that you can take each egg you find in the mountains except for the first one because it’s supposed to be placed in Gunther’s museum.

The last place you can find these eggs is in the skull mines (new level) near some dead dinosaurs.


Once these Dinosaurs are killed, they drop eggs that are left openly for you to collect.

In order to frequently farm a dinosaur egg, you can simply put them inside the Big Coop of the Deluxe Coop, at the bottom of an incubator.

Farming dinosaur eggs requires patience since they take almost two weeks to hatch.

It’s just a matter of time till you see hatched dinosaurs roaming around your land. And once every six days, these dinosaurs are going to lay more eggs.

These dinosaur eggs come really handy as you can even make mayonnaise out of them.

Gently put them inside the mayonnaise machine and with a blink of an eye, you’ll have dinosaur mayonnaise on your table.

If you want to make money out of it, then you can even sell them for 800 gold pieces.

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