Where to find sap in Grounded
The sap is a useful resource in found. You can use it to make a variety of tools and furniture, healing objects and armor. It is a natural resource that you can find in the game, but it takes a little research. Most one is hidden when you start the game for the first time, but as you progress in the ground and create weapons and weapons more robust, it’s much easier to find.
You want to investigate any twig or branch fallen into the game. Sometimes the sap is right next to a twig on the floor, or you can find it further embedded in the twig when you approach it. It will not be for every little twig you will find. Above all, you want to look at the biggest that have about the size of a newspaper. When you approach it, you should see a solid orange point in the wood. All you have to do is approach it to recover it, and you can find it in your inventory.
Later in the game, you can find sap deposits much larger closer to the base oak, called sap tufts. Due to their larger size, you must use a pebble hammer to remove them, and when you do it, it disperses several sap droplets nearby, which gives four to six per deposit. These places are a little more dangerous, so do not worry about you to venture as long as you are not ready. You can also acquire sap by learning to manufacture a sap recovery by buying a gland head and ant mandible.