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Pork N' Beans (Fallout: New Vegas)

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For an overview of Pork N' Beans in the Fallout series of games, see Pork N' Beans.
Pork N' Beans
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+1 Hit Point per second for 5s
+3 Radiation
-40 Starvation
+20 Dehydration
Component ofCaravan lunch
Base ID0008c55e

Prospector Pork N' Beans is a consumable item in Fallout: New Vegas.


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The "Greasy Prospector" Improved Pork And Beans is a nutritious meal, composed of beans stewed in a tomato sauce with chunks of pork belly cured and cooked in hickory smoke (i.e. bacon) forming an integral part of the dish. The tin has a distinctive brown color with a red label wrapped around it. Like most pre-War foods, it's prepared to remain edible for hundreds of years.

Once consumed, it restores a number of the players Hit Points, but like almost all other food items in the games, also nets a small amount of radiation.

Pork N' Beans are also used as an ingredient to make caravan lunchs.

Effects of Survival skill

10+1 Hit Point, -48 Starvation, +24 Dehydration60+2 Hit Point, -88 Starvation, +44 Dehydration
20+1 Hit Point, -56 Starvation, +28 Dehydration70+2 Hit Point, -96 Starvation, +48 Dehydration
30+1 Hit Point, -64 Starvation, +32 Dehydration80+2 Hit Point, -104 Starvation, +52 Dehydration
40+1 Hit Point, -72 Starvation, +36 Dehydration90+2 Hit Point, -112 Starvation, +56 Dehydration
50+2 Hit Point, -80 Starvation, +40 Dehydration100+3 Hit Point, -120 Starvation, +60 Dehydration
Note: radiation levels are not affected by the Survival skill level.




  • Tins of Pork N' Beans are often difficult to spot, due to the large number of similar-looking empty tin cans that can be found lying around.