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    Version: 3.2 | Updated: 08/15/02 | Printable Version | Search This Guide

    Harvest Moon : Back to Nature (Sony Playstation)
    All 64 Recipes FAQ and Guide v 3.2
    
    Version History:
    Version 1.0 Created and Submitted to GameFAQs 7-29-01
    Updated Version Corrected and Submitted to GameFAQs 8-2-01
    Updated and Hopefully FINAL Version Corrected and Submitted to GameFAQs 
    8-14-01
    Updated Version and again hopefully FINAL Version Corrected and Submitted 
    to GameFAQs 1-15-01
    Updated Version Submitted to GameFAQs 8-15-02.
    
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    For all Credits, Copyright Information, and Contact Information, please see 
    Sections 4 - Credits and Copyright Information, and 5 -Contact Information 
    located on the bottom of this FAQ.
    
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    FAQ information : I am trying to make this FAQ as complete as possible. Please 
    read all the sections and my personal NOTES included in the sections. This 
    should help your understanding of the Recipe/ Cooking feature included in 
    Harvest Moon : Back To Nature.
    
    v 2.0 information - A little reformatting, spelling and grammar checking. 
    I fixed the Ice Cream/Pumpkin Pudding mix up, and added the location of 
    Sashimi.
    
    v 3.0 information - Recipe fixes include Cheesecake, Tempura, and all the 
    Juice recipes. I've tried them all out on my game, so they should ALL work. 
    If they don't email me : arcaneja@hotmail.com
    
    v 3.1 information - Small fix, no Salt in Sweet Potato recipe. Also, a lovely 
    ASCII art header by Deiji (deiji@mediaone.net)
    
    v 3.2 information - Removed ASCII art header by Deiji, included a way to get 
    Chocolate after being Married.
    
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    Table of Contents - 
    
    1 - FAQs
    2 - Ingredient List
    3 - Recipe List
    4 - Credits
    5 - Contact Information
    
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    1 - FAQS :
    
    Q : Where do I buy Utensils?
    
    A : After you buy your first house upgrade, they will be on Saturday's 
    Television Show, "TV Shopping Network" After you watch the ENTIRE program, 
    go to the inn when it is open and use the phone next to Doug to call and order. 
    It will be delivered by Zack on Tuesday. If another villager comes by on 
    Tuesday, just re-enter your house and exit and Zack will deliver it. If it 
    is a Festival Day on Tuesday, or if there is a Disaster (Snowstorm, Hurricane) 
    then he will deliver it on Wednesday.
    
    Q : Where do I buy Seasonings? 
    
    A : After you have bought all the Utensils, the next "TV Shopping Network" 
    show will offer the Seasonings. Once Zack delivers this, you will have 
    unlimited Salt, Sugar, Soy Sauce, Vinegar, and Miso Paste.
    
    Q : Where are the ingredients located in the game?
    A : Check the Ingredient List, below.
    
    Q : Some of the ingredients (such as Butter) are not on your list. Why?
    A : They are Recipes. Check the Recipe List to see how to make it.
    
    Q : How many Recipes are there? 
    A : 64. 
    
    Q : Where do you get Recipes (in the game)? 
    A : If I know where a recipe is located in the game, it is next to the recipe 
    name in ( ) parenthesis. If it does not have (location) next to it, it is 
    from "The Delicious Hour", the Television Show for Tuesday, or I don't know 
    where it is located. I have found that a great way to get a recipe is to give 
    a villager his or her favorite item(s) on his or her birthday.
    
    Q : Where do I find (insert Villager's name here) or (insert in-game location 
    here)?
    A : Please check another FAQ/Walkthrough for this game, as there are a lot 
    of good ones. Quite a few are located at http://www.gamefaqs.com
    
    Note : If you get a recipe from a Villager, or "The Delicious Hour", you 
    (yourself, not your game character) must write it down on paper, and then 
    cook it when you have the proper utensils, seasonings, and ingredients. Once 
    you cook it, it will be saved in the "Recipe Book" function in your kitchen 
    (in your game).
    
    Note : You can see how many TOTAL Recipes you have by hitting Start. The number 
    of Recipes will be represented by a blue book with a #P next to it. This is 
    under your character's Name, number of Power Berries, and your Building %.
    
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    2 - Ingredient List
    
    Note : The supermarket is open from 9am - 6 pm, and is closed on Tuesdays 
    and Sundays.
    
    Note : Won is located at the Inn from 1pm - 3pm.
    
    Note : Aja Winery is open from 9am-Noon and closed on Saturday.
    
    Note : All of the ingredients can be placed either in your fridge or in your 
    cabinet. This way you can store them until you are ready to cook.
    
    Note : Once you have a Hothouse, you can buy all seeds year round, and plant 
    them in the Hothouse. 
    
    Note : Some ingredients, like Butter, are actually other Recipes, so they 
    are in the Recipe Section below.
    
    Ingredients:
    
    Format:
    
    Name of ingredient : Where you find the ingredient
    
    Turnip : Spring Vegetable. Buy seeds from the supermarket, then grow it on 
    your farm.
    
    Potato : Spring Vegetable. Buy seeds from the supermarket, then grow it on 
    your farm.
    
    Cucumber : Spring Vegetable. Buy seeds from the supermarket, then grow it 
    on your farm.
    
    Cabbage : Spring Vegetable. Buy seeds from Won, then grow it on your farm.
    
    Strawberry : Spring Fruit. Ship over 100 of Turnips, Potatoes, Cucumbers, 
    and Cabbage. The next day, check your mailbox. The Strawberry Seeds are now 
    sold at the supermarket. Grow it on your farm.
    
    Bamboo Shoots : Grows wild in the Spring. 3 are located around the Hot Springs 
    area.
    
    Blue Grass : Grows wild in the Spring. 1 is loacated around the Hot Springs 
    area. 1 is located around the Builder (Gotz's) House.
    
    Onion : Summer Vegetable. Buy seeds from the supermarket, then grow it on 
    your farm.
    
    Tomato : Summer Vegetable. Buy seeds from the supermarket, then grow it on 
    your farm.
    
    Corn : Summer Vegetable. Buy seeds from the supermarket, then grow it on your 
    farm.
    
    Pineapple : Summer Fruit. Buy seeds from Won, then grow it on your farm.
    
    Pumpkin : Summer Vegetable. Ship over 100 of Onions, Tomatoes, Corn, and 
    Pineapples. The next day, check your mailbox. The Pumpkin seeds are now sold 
    at the supermarket. Grow it on your farm.
    
    Red Grass : Grows wild in the Summer. 1 is located around the Hot Springs 
    area. 1 is located around the Builder (Gotz's) House. This is poisonous, so 
    you shouldn't cook with it.
    
    Eggplant : Fall Vegetable. Buy seeds from the supermarket, then grow it on 
    your farm.
    
    Carrot : Fall Vegetable. Buy seeds from the supermarket, then grow it on your 
    farm.
    
    Sweet Potato : Fall Vegetable. Buy seeds from the supermarket, then grow it 
    on your farm.
    
    Green Pepper : Fall Vegetable. Buy seeds from Won, then grow it on your farm.
    
    Spinach : Fall Vegetable. Ship over 100 of Eggplants, Carrots, Sweet Potatoes, 
    and Green Peppers. The next day, check your mailbox. The Spinach seeds are 
    now sold at the supermarket. Grow it on your farm.
    
    Orangecup : Hothouse fruit. You can only grow this in a Hothouse. Buy the 
    seeds from Won. Grow it in your Hothouse.
    
    Mushroom : Grows wild in Fall. 1 near Hot Springs area, 2 near Builder (Gotz's) 
    House, 1 on the base of Mother's Hill on the ledge past the bridge.
    
    Poisonous Mushroom : Grows wild in Fall. 1 Near Builder (Gotz's) House. You 
    probably shouldn't cook with this.
    
    Wild Grape : Grows wild in Fall. 2 on the base of Mother's Hill, near the 
    Lake.
    
    Truffle : Grows wild in Fall. 1 on the base of Mother's Hill, near the Lake. 
    
    Green Grass : Grows wild in Fall. 1 near the Hot Springs area, 1 near Builder 
    (Gotz's) House.
    
    Eggs : If you buy and take good care of your chickens, they will lay these 
    every day. Normal Eggs from a chicken with 1-3 hearts, Good Eggs from a chicken 
    with 4-7 hearts, Excellent Eggs from a chicken with 8-10 hearts. Gold Eggs 
    from a chicken who has won the Chicken Festival held on Summer 7th.
    
    Milk : If you buy and take good care of your cows, they will give you milk 
    every day. You can not milk a pregnant cow. All sizes are considered the same 
    for cooking, but the larger the size milk you use, the better it tastes. (Well, 
    this is my opinion.)
    
    Honey : Once you attract some bees to your farm with Flowers (buy from Won, 
    grow in the appropriate season), they will have honey for you every day. To 
    bring up the shipping price, give some honey to Louis. (The bug catcher who 
    hangs out with Gotz and at Mother Hill)
    
    Apple : Fall Fruit. 3 are dropped by your apple tree every day in Fall. 
    
    Fish : Catch these in Rivers, Lakes, and the Ocean. To get the fishing rod, 
    show up at the dock with one empty slot in your rucksack (the Tool section) 
    very early in the morning (6-10am) or late at night (7-11pm) on Friday, 
    Saturday, and Sunday and the fisherman will give it to you. To get the fishing 
    pole, which catches fish more easily, get 50 fish in your fish pond and have 
    one empty slot in your rucksack (the Tool section). The fisherman will show 
    up in the morning and give you the fishing pole. You use Medium and Large 
    sized fish to cook.
    
    Garbage : Tin Cans, Boots, Fish Bones that you can catch instead of fish. 
    If you put this in a recipe, it will be ruined.
    
    Oil : You can buy this at the supermarket for 50g a piece.
    
    Flour : You can by (heh) this at the supermarket for 50g a piece.
    
    Curry Powder : You can by (again, heh. "food engrish") this at the supermarket 
    for 50g a piece.
    
    Rice Ball : You can buy this at the supermarket for 100g a piece.
    
    Bread : You can buy this at the supermarket for 100g a piece.
    
    Wine : Buy this at Aja winery between 9am and Noon. It is closed Saturday. 
    300g a piece.
    
    Relaxation Tea Leaves : Get 7 presents (requires the LARGE sized rucksack) 
    and bring them to the Sprite's house behind the church any sunny, Non-Festival 
    day in Spring, between 3 and 4 pm. Talk to one of the Sprites, and he will 
    say you have to have presents to join the tea party. Give one gift to each 
    Sprite. Then you will have a Tea Party with them, at the end they will give 
    you a bag of Relaxation Tea Leaves. Notes: you must use gift wrap (at the 
    supermarket), and you must USE your tea leaves before they will give you more.
    
    Chocolate : This is, by far, the hardest ingredient to get. You must have 
    some girls (Ann, Karen, Elli, Popuri, Mary) on a Blue or Purple colored heart. 
    You must NOT be married. On the 14th day of Winter, stay on your farm all 
    day and the girls will come by one-by-one and give you gifts. Only girls with 
    Blue or Purple colored hearts give you chocolate. If no girls come by, try 
    going in and out of your house, or restart your game from a saved file. You 
    need at least 2 pieces of chocolate to create all 64 recipes.
    
    Update to Chocolate : It is possible to get Chocolate after you are married. 
    On the 13th of winter, give your wife presents that she hates (such as weeds) 
    until her heart turns blue. The next day she will give you Chocolate. Be VERY 
    careful with this, because if your Wife's heart drops too low, she'll move 
    out.
    
    Small Stone : Find this on the ground at your farm. If you want all your land 
    to be clear, save some in your cabinet.
    
    Winter Stone : The same as a Small Stone, only found on the ground at your 
    farm during Winter.
    
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    3 - Recipes :
    
    
    Format: 
    
    Number of Recipe (64 in total) | Name Of Recipe (Location)
    Utensil (U): Knife, Frying Pan, Pot, Mixer, Whisk, Rolling Pin, Oven
    Seasoning (S): Salt, Sugar, Soy Sauce, Vinegar, Miso Paste
    Ingredients (I): Vegetables, Fruits, Fish, Milk, etc...
    
    Note : Any optional utensils, seasonings or ingredients are listed in ( ) 
    parenthesis. The more optional things you use make the recipes taste better.
    
    Note: Many of the Recipes you can get in the game have a lot of optional 
    ingredients you can add to make it taste better. I am not listing them all 
    here because I would be typing for the rest of my life if I did. A good idea 
    is to think of the things you eat in real life.  Example : The pizza recipe. 
    You can add any vegetables that comes from a pizza place, and the more you 
    put on, the better the villagers will like it. 
    
    Note: If the Recipe has (Knife) in the Utensil Section, it means you can put 
    in optional fruits or vegetables.
    
    Note: If the Recipe has an ingredient NOT FOUND in the Ingredient List (such 
    as Butter), that Ingredient is another Recipe. Check the Recipe List, below.
    
    Note : Many of these recipes can be found on Tuesday's Television Show, "The 
    Delicious Hour" I listed the locations next to the Recipe Name in ( ) 
    parenthesis. If it is from "The Delicious Hour" or I don't know where it is 
    from, then there is no location listed.
    
    Note : Yes, there are 4 seperate Recipes for Mayonnaise. If you only have 
    61 Recipes, try making the other sizes.
    
    Recipes : 
    
    1 | Hot Milk
    U : Pot
    S : (Sugar)
    I : Milk
    
    2 | Strawberry Milk (From Pastor Carter)
    U : Mixer
    S : (Salt), (Sugar)
    I : Strawberry, Milk
    
    3 | Tomato Juice
    U : Mixer
    S : (Salt)
    I : Tomato
    
    4 | Fruit Juice
    U : Mixer (Knife)
    S : (Sugar)
    I : Apple, Pineapple, Strawberry, Wild Grape
    
    5 | Fruit Latte (From Basil)
    U : Mixer (Knife)
    S : (Sugar)
    I : Apple, Pineapple, Strawberry, Wild Grape, Milk
    
    or
    
    U : Mixer
    S : None
    I : Fruit Juice, Milk
    
    6 | Vegetable Juice
    U : Mixer (Knife)
    S : (Salt)
    I : Cucumber, Carrot, Cabbage
    
    7 | Vegetable Latte
    U : Mixer (Knife)
    S : (Salt)
    I : Cucumber, Carrot, Cabbage, Milk
    
    or
    
    U : Mixer
    S : None
    I : Vegetable Juice, Milk
    
    8 | Mixed Juice (From Doctor)
    U : Mixer (Knife)
    S : (Salt), (Sugar)
    I : Apple, Pinapple, Strawberry, Wild Grape, Cucumber, Carrot, Cabbage
    
    or
    
    U : Mixer
    S : None
    I : Fruit Juice, Vegetable Juice
    
    9 | Mixed Latte
    U : Mixer (Knife)
    S : (Salt), (Sugar)
    I : Apple, Pineapple, Strawberry, Wild Grape, Cucumber, Carrot, Cabbage, Milk
    
    or
    
    U : Mixer
    S : None
    I : Mixed Juice, Milk
    
    10 | Relaxation Tea
     U : Pot (Knife)
     S : (Sugar)
     I : Relaxation Tea Leaves
    
    11 | Strawberry Jam
     U : Pot
     S : Sugar
     I : Strawberry
    
    12 | Apple Jam (From Louis, the Bug Collector)
     U : Pot
     S : Sugar
     I : Apple
    
    13 | Grape Jam
     U : Pot
     S : Sugar
     I : Wild Grape
    
    14 | Butter
     U : Mixer
     S : None
     I : Milk
    
    15 | Ketchup (Written on an old board - dig up in the Winter mine)
     U : Mixer
     S : Salt, Sugar, Vinegar
     I : Tomato, Onion
    
    16 | Small Mayonnaise
     U : Whisk
     S : Vinegar
     I : Normal Egg, Oil
    
    17 | Medium Mayonnaise
     U : Whisk
     S : Vinegar
     I : Good Egg, Oil
    
    18 | Large Mayonnaise
     U : Whisk
     S : Vinegar
     I : Excellent Egg, Oil
    
    19 | Gold Mayonnaise
     U : Whisk
     S : Vinegar
     I : Gold Egg, Oil
    
    20 | "Otashi" Greens (From Manna)
     U : Pot
     S : Soy Sauce
     I : Spinach 
    
    21 | Pickled Turnips (From Saibara)
     U : Knife
     S : Vinegar (Salt), (Soy Sauce)
     I : Turnip
    
    22 | Pickles
     U : None
     S : Salt
     I : Cucumber
    
    23 | Salad
     U : Knife
     S : (Vinegar), (Salt)
     I : Cucumber, Cabbage, Carrot, Tomato
    
    24 | Happy Eggplant
     U : Frying Pan
     S : (Miso Paste), (Soy Sauce), Sugar
     I : Eggplant
    
    25 | Sweet Potato (From Chef, the Sprite wearing red)
     U : Pot, Oven
     S : Sugar
     I : Sweet Potato, Egg, Butter (Important : Don't add anything else!)
    
    26 | Roasted Potato
     U : Oven
     S : Salt, Sugar
     I : Sweet Potato, Small Stone (Important : Do not use a "Winter Stone" which 
    is the same as a Stone only covered with snow. If you use a "Winter Stone" 
    it will turn out as a "Food Fiasco", aka a ruined recipe.)
    
    27 | Sandwich (From Ellen)
     U : Knife
     S : None
     I : Bread, Cucumber, Tomato (Many optional ingredients)
    
    28 | Veggie Pancake (From Gotz the Woodcutter)
     U : Frying Pan, Knife
     S : None
     I : Cabbage, Flour, Egg, Oil
    
    29 | Stir Fry
     U : Frying Pan, Knife
     S : Soy Sauce
     I : Oil, Cabbage
    
    30 | Miso Soup
     U : Pot (Knife)
     S : Miso Paste
     I : (Important : You must use at least one optional vegetable for this recipe 
    to work- ex. Eggplant, Turnip, Bamboo Shoot, Cabbage, Onion)
    
    31 | Scrambled Eggs (From Lillia)
     U : Frying Pan
     S : (Salt)
     I : Egg, Oil
    
    32 | Boiled Egg
     U : Pot
     S : (Salt)
     I : Egg
    
    33 | Omelet
     U : Frying Pan
     S : (Salt)
     I : Egg, Milk, Oil
    
    34 | Rice Omelet
     U : Frying Pan
     S : (Salt)
     I : Egg, Milk, Oil, Rice Ball
    
    35 | Dinner Roll
     U : None
     S : None
     I : Bread, Butter
    
    36 | Jam Bun
     U : None
     S : None
     I : Bread, Jam (Strawberry, Apple, or Grape)
    
    37 | Raisin Bread
     U : None
     S : None
     I : Bread, Wild Grape
    
    38 | Fried Rice (From Harris)
     U : Frying Pan (Knife)
     S : Sugar, Salt, Soy Sauce
     I : Oil, Rice Ball, Egg
    
    39 | Bamboo Rice
     U : None
     S : (Salt), (Soy Sauce)
     I : Bamboo Shoot, Rice Ball
    
    40 | Mushroom Rice
     U : None
     S : (Salt), (Soy Sauce)
     I : Mushroom, Rice Ball
    
    41 | Truffle Rice
     U : None
     S : (Salt), (Soy Sauce)
     I : Truffle, Rice Ball
    
    42 | Curry 
     U : Pot (Knife)
     S : None
     I : Curry Powder, Rice Ball
    
    43 | Noodles 
     U : Pot, Knife, Rolling Pin (Knife)
     S : None
     I : Flour
    
    44 | Curry Noodles
     U : Pot, Knife, Rolling Pin (Knife)
     S : None
     I : Curry Powder, Flour
    
    45 | Tempura Noodles
     U : Pot (Knife)
     S : None
     I : Tempura, Noodles
    
    46 | Fried Noodles (From Zack)
     U : Frying Pan, (Knife)
     S : None
     I : Oil, Noodles
    
    47 | Grilled Fish
     U : Frying Pan
     S : (Salt), (Soy Sauce)
     I : Medium Fish
    
    48 | Sashimi (From Greg the fisherman)
     U : Knife
     S : None
     I : Large or Medium Fish
    
    49 | Sushi
     U : None
     S : Vinegar
     I : Rice Ball, Sashimi
    
    50 | Chirashi Sushi
     U : Knife
     S : Vinegar (Soy Sauce)
     I : Rice Ball, Scrambled Egg, Sashimi
    
    51 | Cookies
     U : Oven, Rolling Pin
     S : Sugar
     I : Flour, Butter, Egg (Honey)
    
    52 | Chocolate Cookies (From Sasha)
     U : Oven, Rolling Pin
     S : Sugar
     I : Flour, Butter, Egg, Chocolate (Honey)
    
    53 | Cake
     U : Oven, Whisk (Knife)
     S : Sugar
     I : Flour, Butter, Egg
    
    54 | Chocolate Cake
     U : Oven, Whisk (Knife)
     S : Sugar
     I : Flour, Butter, Egg, Chocolate
    
    55 | Cheesecake
     U : Oven, Pot, Whisk
     S : Sugar
     I : Cheese, Milk, Egg (Honey, Strawberry)
    
    56 | Ice Cream (From Barley)
     U : Pot, Whisk (Knife)
     S : Sugar
     I : Egg, Milk (Fruit)(Honey)
    
    57 | Pumpkin Pudding
     U : Oven, Pot
     S : Sugar
     I : Pumpkin, Egg, Milk
    
    58 | Apple Pie
     U : Knife, Oven, Pot, Rolling Pin
     S : Sugar
     I : Butter, Egg, Flour, Apple
    
    59 | Stew
     U : Pot (Knife)
     S : Salt
     I : Flour, Milk
    
    60 | Cheese Fondue (From Doug)
     U : Knife, Pot
     S : (Salt)
     I : Cheese, Bread (Wine)
    
    61 | Pizza 
     U : Oven, Rolling Pin (Knife)
     S : Salt
     I : Cheese, Flour, Ketchup
    
    62 | Popcorn (From Kai)
     U : Frying Pan
     S : None
     I : Corn
    
    63 | French Fries (Fish this Recipe up at the Beach)
     U : Frying Pan, Knife
     S : (Salt)
     I : Potato, Oil, Ketchup
    
    64 | Tempura
     U : Frying Pan
     S : None
     I : Flour, Egg, Oil
    
    That's all of them! Good luck in your game!
    
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    4 - Credits and Copyright Information
    
    Credits : 
    
    Thanks to all the faqs at http://www.gamefaqs.com and the Harvest Moon : Back 
    to Nature message board there. This guide is a compilation of all the recipes 
    and ingredients they found, the recipes and ingredients I found, and all the 
    ingredients listed in the instruction manual for the game. If it wasn't for 
    ALL the FAQ contributors, I wouldn't have all 64 Recipes. Please read their 
    FAQ and Walkthroughs for more gameplay help, and visit us on the message board 
    if you have time!
    
    Message Board/Email Help (additional information and corrections) by:
    silentdestroyer (location of Sashimi)
    i_dont_know (Pumpkin Pudding/Ice Cream mix up and Mixer for Juice Combos)
    Randi (for reminding me that Flour goes into Tempura as well!)
    * God * (ender_knows_all@hotmail.com) (how to get Chocolate even after you 
    are married)
    
    Thanks to CJayC for keeping up such a great site! (http://www.gamefaqs.com)
    
    Thanks to ALL the Moderators who keep our Message Boards CLEAN!
    
    Thanks to Natsume/Victor Interactive Software for Releasing and Developing 
    this game. Visit Natsume's website at http://www.natsume.com 
    
    Harvest Moon : Back To Nature (c)2000 Natsume Inc. and (c)2000 Victor Interactive 
    Software
    
    Sony Playstation is (c)Sony Corporation
      
    This FAQ is (c) 2001/2002 arcaneja
    
    Feel free to use this FAQ for your own personal use. This FAQ should only 
    be used in Non-profit ways. 
    
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    http://www.gamefaqs.com
    
    DO NOT EMAIL ME ASKING ME FOR PERMISSION TO HOST THIS FAQ. ONLY FOR 
    htp://www.gamefaqs.com.
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    5 - Contact Information
    
    If you have a correction, suggestion, or question, please email me at 
    arcaneja@hotmail.com
     
    When emailing me please put "Harvest Moon : Back To Nature" or "HM : BTN" 
    in the subject line. I have more than one FAQ for different Harvest Moon games, 
    so please help me avoid confusion.
    
    If you'd like to find me on the GameFAQs message boards, please visit the 
    Harvest Moon : Back To Nature Message Board.