Phoodle Answer: July 18, 2024

 If you’re like us and are a foodie as well as a gamer, chances are you’ll love Phoodle! The latest in a seemingly never-ending line of Wordle clones, Phoodle combines the simple-yet-classic gameplay of Josh Wardle’s original daily puzzle game with a plethora of culinary combinations! With potential solutions including dishes, cooking techniques, kitchen gadgets, ingredients, and more, it’s certainly not as easy as it appears, and chances are you may need a little bit of help deciphering today’s Phoodle answer. Don’t worry, as always, our team of word game enthusiasts are here to help!

Find out today’s Phoodle answer as well as a bit of background about the game and tips and tricks to get you well on your way to solving the puzzles for yourself!

Phoodle Answer for Today: July 18, 2024

Today’s Phoodle answer is Rinds.

Miss yesterday’s answer? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered in our archive below:

Phoodle Answers for Yesterday & Last Week:

July 17: Swirl

July 16: Peach

July 15: Whets

July 14: Pimms

July 13: Cream

July 12: Malts

July 11: Probe

July 10: Fuzzy

July 09: Pouch

July 08: Edges

July 07: Veiny

July 06: Soave

July 05: Prawn

July 04: Salad

July 03: Round

July 02: Leafy

July 01: Grass

June 30: Beany

June 29: Morel

June 28: Lolly

June 27: Dusts

June 26: Torte

June 25: Parmi

June 24: Gills

June 23: Prune

June 22: Spill

June 21: Weeds

June 20: Steak

June 19: Plugs

June 18: Anago

June 17: Rests

June 16: Poppy

June 15: Hulls

June 14: Stone

June 13: Woods

June 12: Snail

June 11: Jewel

June 10: Berry

June 9: Royal

June 8: Cling

June 7: Bonut

June 6: Limey

June 5: Pesto

June 4: Sweet

June 3: Zests

June 2: Rocky

June 1: Carne

May 31: Baron

May 30: Soggy

May 29: Mason

May 28: Toffy

May 27: Grill

May 26: Gesha

May 25: Heady

May 24: Rusty

May 23: Shiso

May 22: Bries

May 21: Saucy

May 20: Boost

May 19: Kofta

May 18: Gigli

May 17: Sling

May 16: Plonk

May 15: Carby

May 14: Links

May 13: Sammy

May 12: Petal

May 10: Pasta

May 09: Tulip

May 08: Globe

May 07: Hints

May 06: Steep

May 05: Elote

May 04: Smash

May 03: Trace

May 02: Satay

May 01: Parts

April 30: Lotus

April 29: Rampy

April 28: Bomba

April 27: Prime

April 26: Sopes

April 25: Board

April 24: Pours

April 23: Pates

April 22: Grown

April 21: Lassi

April 20: Shank

April 19: Tipsy!

April 18: Bison

April 17: Argan

April 16: Lilac

April 15: Fuels

April 14: Point

April 13: Fiery

April 12: Cured

April 11: Ridge

April 10: Boxes

April 09: Melty

April 08: Splat

April 07: Peaty

April 06: Swine

April 05: Crust

April 04: Bulbs

April 03: Parma

April 02: Jelly

April 01: Flaky

March 31: Nests

March 30: Shots

March 29: Breed

March 28: Catch

March 27: Swicy

March 26: Feeds

March 25: Beech

March 24: Arils

March 23: Crown

March 22: Spore

March 21: Porky

March 20: Silky

March 19: Chuck

March 18: Flats

March 17: Corns

March 16: Stout

March 15: Bones.

March 14: Limes.

March 13: Necco

March 12: Milky

March 11: Chick.

March 10: Chaat

March 09: Bliss

March 08: Soups

March 07: Creme

March 06: Fudgy

March 05: Brews

March 04:  Whole

March 03:  Peels

March 02:  Sazon

March 01:  Stews

February 29: Meals

February 28: Cakey

February 27: Tangy!

February 26: Truck!

February 25: Stand

February 24: Tikka

February 23: Kiosk

February 22: Stick

February 21: Comte

February 20: Mango

February 19: Preps

February 18: Laver

February 17: Smell

February 16: Papaw

February 15:  Menus

February 14: Heart

February 13: Tasty

February 12: Twine

February 11: Cases

February 10: House

February 09: Plain

February 08: Stiff

February 07: Peaks

February 06: Spoil

February 05: Field

February 04: Berry

February 03: Sated

February 02: Kombu

February 01: Hoppy

January 31: Cocoa

January 30: Toddy

January 29: Downs

January 28: Dolma

January 27: Fumet

January 26: Mules

January 25: Ranch

January 24: Carts

January 23: Piece

January 22: Flair

January 21: Mount

January 20: Cruet

January 19: Brand

January 18: Ancho

January 17: Opera

January 16: Bowls

January 15: Scoop

January 14: Pulpy

January 13: Mitts

January 12: Seedy

January 11: Torta

January 10: Still

January 09: Gassy

January 08: Check

January 07: Fluid

January 06: Omega

January 05: Diets

January 04: Amino

January 03: Fiber

January 02: Sober

January 01: Grape

December 31: Saber

December 30: Bumps

December 29: Shape

December 28: Racks

December 27: Fancy

December 26: Akara

December 25: Goose

December 24: Prime

December 23: Fudge.

December 22: Canes

December 21: Glogg

December 20: Snaps

December 19: Bread

December 18: Spike

What is Phoodle?

As the name probably suggests, Phoodle is a spinoff to the New York Times’ Wordle daily guessing game. With gameplay reminiscent of both Wheel of Fortune and Mastermind, players must guess the food-related five-letter word in six guesses or fewer.

Upon entering an incorrect guess, users will receive visual clues about how close their entry was to the correct answer. For instance, correct letters in the correct space will be coloured green, correct letters but in the wrong place will be coloured orange, and letters that don’t feature in the answer at all will be coloured grey.

Phoodle was created in 2022, and now allows users to register an account to track and share their progress and win-loss record (similar to Wordle’s streaks) with friends.

The game also features fun ‘Phoodle facts’, which provide a little bit of additional insight into the answer of the day.

Phoodle fact

How to Play Phoodle: Tips & Tricks

Playing Phoodle is as simple as using the on-screen keyboard to enter your guess. Make sure you consider a broad range of international cuisine as well as kitchen utensils and cooking gizmos! Culinary knowledge aside, strategies you might also use for Wordle itself should pay dividends here. Consider the most common letters, such as T, R, E, and try to use all of your vowels in your initial guesses to hopefully take out some of the board early on.

Letters that have already been used will be shaded in dark grey, making life a little easier in narrowing down your selections. And remember: a ‘bad’ word is better than not having a word at all – even if it’s not food-related, it may help unveil additional clues.

Phoodle keyboard

Food not really your thing? Why not consider naming that tune with Heardle series, with classic songs from decades such as the 10s, 00s, 90s, 80s, 70s, or 60s.