Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Beast Meat is also a common ingredient you can find while playing the video game, but for one reason a lot of players have difficulties in locating it.
Just to be clear, we are talking about common Beast Meat here, not Select Beast Meat, which is a totally different ingredient in the video game developed by CyberConnect2 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
The guide on how to get Beast Meat in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot is, in fact, one of my most successful ones, and it managed to help a lot of players progress through the video game.
So, below, I’ll share with you the locations I used to get the DBZ Kakarot Beast Meat.
First of all, this cooking ingredient is also required to complete sub-stories in the game, and the first one that requires this special type of meat is called “A Different Person”.
Chi-Chi will ask you to bring her Beast Meat. Let’s see where you can find it in two different spots.
How Do You Get Beast Meat In Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Central Plains Area
The first location I suggest visiting is the Central Plains Area.
Just south of Berl Village (marked below) is a large forest where you should be able to spot some Gazelles.
This type of animal will drop the meat you are looking for. Keep in mind that you are looking for light-brown Gazelles like the one below.
Do not confuse this one with the Desert Gazelle.
Sacred Land of Korin Beast Meat Farming Spot
The second location worth visiting is Sacred Land Of Korin.
On the map below you can see that I marked a larger hunting spot.
That’s because this region is way richer in Gazelles and obviously you will find even more meat.
Just remain on the ground, and keep scanning your surroundings looking for Gazelles identical to the one above.
Stay mobile and when you run out of Gazelles, leave the area and return.
You’ll see that the animals respawn.
Now, as you can see, the Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Beast Meat is not so hard to find. You just need to know what type of animal to hunt.
This cooking ingredient is, as I said, as common as Carrots, Chicken Eggs, or High-Quality Onions; however, if you know better farming spots, share them with me in the comments below and I’ll add them to this guide.