Modjeska is a non-perishable food item. Although they do not reduce a lot of hunger, Modjeska is one of the few non-perishable foods that can be eaten without a can opener or any cooking. They are often found inside gift store shelves and display cases and candystore display cases.
Modjeska provides when completely eaten: -10 hunger.
Its Nutritional Values are as follows:
Carbohydrates = 15
Proteins = 0
Lipids = 0
Calories = 60
Modjeska is a candy made out of a marshmallow covered in caramel. It was invented in the 1880s in Louisville, Kentucky by french confectioner Anton Busath to honor Shakespearean actress Helena Modjeska, who was performing in the town at the time. Other shops started to make variants of the candy, which continue to be popular today.