|Game||Red Dead Redemption|
|Obtained by||Skin an animal *|
Vittles restore health when consumed, identical in use as Medicine and will regenerate around 80% of max health. As with all other Consumables, they can only be used in single player.
Vittles can be made from almost any type of animal. Birds, (chickens included) are the only animals which don't provide Vittles, as the player only collects their feathers and does not skin them for their meat. Although one can procure Vittles from small animals as well as large animals, occasionally smaller animals (e.g., foxes, rabbits, beaver or raccoons) may not yield Vittles; larger animals (e.g., bears, boars, or elk) always do.
Obtaining Vittles does not prevent one from also harvesting the animal's pelt, flesh, or other collectible goods. These items are still added to the player's inventory as usual and are, of course, able to be sold at stores. Vittles cannot be sold in stores, as they are a consumable item.
- The word vittles is a misspelling of victuals, which refers to food supplies or provisions, based on the correct pronunciation of the original word.
- The only other free medical substance is Tonic, made by Legendary (Rank 10) Survivalists.
- Vittles are identical to bacon or jerky after skinning a dead animal. They are the only kind of food obtainable in the game that the player can eat.
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