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Fallout 2Corn
Fallout 3Fresh carrot
Fresh potato
Fallout: New VegasFresh carrot
Fresh potato
Fallout 4Carrot (Fresh carrot)
Fallout 76Carrot

Vegetables are plants or parts of a plant used as food, typically as accompaniment to meat or fish. These items are found in various forms throughout the Fallout series.


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FO3 fresh carrot

A fresh carrot restores some of the player character's Hit Points without irradiating them. It is one of the few edible food items that does not give off any radiation. In hardcore mode, it reduces starvation and dehydration.


FO3 fresh potato
Gameplay articles: Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas

The potato is the edible tuberous root of the perennial nightshade, Solanum tuberosum, commonly known as the potato plant.[1] First cultivated in South America,[2] the potato made its way throughout the Americas before the Great War. Despite being commonly cultivated in the western parts of North America, it is all but absent on the East Coast by the 23rd century, having some presence in early 22nd century Appalachia, and was only seen successfully grown in the Rivet City hydroponics lab in 2277. By 2287 it was reported as being extinct,[3] with its ecological niche being filled by the Tato plant in the Commonwealth. Although wastelanders have made reference to pre-War french fries, it's unknown if wasteland chefs prepare potatoes in this way.[4]


Gameplay articles: none (mentioned in Fallout 2, Fallout: New Vegas)

Onions[5] are one of the oldest cultivated plans in human history. By 2281, it's one of the staples of the diet of New California Republic Army.[6]


  1. Potato on Wikipedia
  2. Pioneer Scout camp terminal entries#Gardener
  3. The Prydwen terminal entries; botany terminal, Commonwealth Plant Database
    Note: As fresh tomatoes and potatos are seen in the Mojave Wasteland as of 2281 – with the potato seen in the Capital Wasteland as of 2277, the claim of either's extinction by 2287 in the Commonwealth Plant Database could be taken to mean Local extinction in certain east coast regions, as opposed to Global extinction.
  4. Reno townsfolk: "{270}{}{You got fries to go with that shake, beautiful?}"
  5. Mikey Frazier: "{103}{}{Hungry, stranger? I got the best lizard around. Ask anybody!}"
    The Chosen One: "{106}{}{I'll take one.}"
    Mikey Frazier: "{109}{}{Enjoy, stranger!}"
    "{110}{}{There's mustard and onions over there.}"
  6. The Courier: "Got anything to eat?"
    William Farber: "Oh yeah. You can order up anything you want... as long as it's corn or beans!<Laughs> Just kidding. Haven't you heard? With few shipments from home and little variety, the troops are getting restless for some quality grub. You can only do so much as a chef with just corn, beans, onions, and peppers."
    (William Farber's dialogue)