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Cooking Dash Hack

There are a number of sites I found online which promise unlimited gold in Cooking Dash but will only lead to more spam mail. The Cooking Dash hacks these sites promote are designed to look legit but fail to deliver on their promise of giving you unlimited gold in your Cooking Dash account. The steps usually involve surveys and offers and other times they require you to download specific mobile apps. It would probably work if you’re using Cooking Dash on Android but the comments on the online sites offering unlimited gold in Cooking Dash have all the characteristics of spam.

I’ve never spent my gold bars for preparing Auto Chef recipes and I do not have the patience to wait for 2 days to complete a recipe. I only spend them on a season’s ingredients and cooking wares. There are a few ways that I can still hold on to my Cooking Dash gold bars for later.

MOVING DATE AND TIME FORWARD. This is an old familiar trick which a lot of Candy Crush players have used to extend their lives without having to wait for one’s Candy Crush lives to reset every 15-20 minutes. Its use in Cooking Dash is mainly on cooking VIP recipes. Doing it in Cooking Dash is not a quick process as it is in Candy Crush because of the various recipes and one might encounter a little hiccup especially when one thinks the recipes are already cooked only to find out that the recipes have not been completed once you switch back your phone’s date and time to the present.

Let’s start with Auto Chef which takes 1 day and 9 hours to prepare:

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Close the Cooking Dash mobile app. Go to Settings, make sure to turn off WiFi first before you enable Airplane Mode. Tap on General > Date & Time > Disable Set Automatically. Round off 1 day and 9 hours to 2 days, in this example, I moved June 14 to June 16.

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Open the Cooking Dash app again and claim the completed recipes:

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Once the slots are empty again, do not go back to Settings yet to reset the date & time to normal. Instead, prepare more VIP recipes.

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Close the Cooking Dash app again and go back to Settings > General > Date & Time to move date & time forward to 3 days. Open the Cooking Dash app, collect the prepared recipes and close the Cooking Dash app.

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Once you’re in Settings > Date & Time, enable Set Automatically first before disabling Airplane Mode. In my case I usually keep the WiFi off before I go back to Cooking Dash to play because the WiFi where I stay in can be sometimes unstable and it renders the completed recipes useless.
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PURCHASE A SECOND RECIPE SLOT FOR ADDITIONAL ACTIVE BOOST. This is a good alternative for when I don’t have enough gold to purchase the default Auto Chef for a particular season. A second slot usually costs 40 gold bars and 75 gold bars in some seasons. I find the additional active boost is really useful for getting 5 stars every episode. I noticed that even if I only completed 58% of the Shop’s purchase, I still was able to get 5 stars even up to Season 4 when the required goal points are higher.
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As for Auto Chef, there is usually the Deal Wheel or Premium Wheel. The more milestones I reach in Trial of Style, the more chances I get of spinning the Premium Wheel for accumulating Auto Chef tokens and other stuff.

PLAY SERIES FINALE SMARTLY. If you’ve played enough Series Finale in Cooking Dash, you will learn that the coins required go higher for succeeding levels. Some series require 3000 coins upward once you reach level 5, the last level. To play it smart, always aim for the lowest required number of coins on the first level.

As you can see in the video below the goal varies when you tap close and then tap next.

 

 

You can alternate between tapping close and next within the Series Finale window or tapping close on the entire series window and going back to the Series Finale window until you see the coin requirement you are comfortable working with.

 

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In this site, I write reviews on mobile apps I have used and other digital products and more. I've also included some tips and tutorials on various workarounds pertaining to mobile apps.

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