Crafting is a Breeze is the kind of mod that you’ll pretty much never want to stop using once you’ve gotten the hang of what it does. The mod doesn’t really add any major gameplay functionality, items or any unique new features into the game. However, it makes a minor little change that instantly makes the gameplay a lot more enjoyable and adds an insane level of convenience to it. This is definitely the kind of mod that you’ll pretty much always want to have installed in your Minecraft simply due to the amount of convenience that it has to offer.
Crafting is a Breeze basically, implements recipes to Minecraft that allow players to basically uncraft their items to get resources back. It’s incredibly useful because players often craft items thinking they’ll need them at some point in the future but this doesn’t end up happening, so the items just sit in the player’s inventory doing pretty much nothing. Through this mod, players will be able to uncraft whatever they aren’t using and will then be able to acquire the resources that were initially used to craft them. The mod works with most things such as weapons, armors, and even blocks so you’ll definitely be able to get a lot of crafting resources back through it. It’s worth mentioning that, for certain items, you won’t get back all the crafting resources back.
Onto the technical side of things, Crafting is a Breeze seems to be pretty much bug-free as there haven’t been any reported issues with it thus far. It does show a message when the game starts up which can be rather annoying if you have multitudes of mods installed that also display messages but other than this, there don’t seem to be any issues with it so your experience should be quite smooth.
How to install Crafting is a Breeze Mod?
- Download and install the recommended Minecraft Forge for your Minecraft version.
- Download the latest mod version for your Minecraft version.
- Put the .jar file into the mods folder of your Minecraft installation.
Download Links for Crafting is a Breeze Mod
for Minecraft 1.10.2
for Minecraft 1.9.4
for Minecraft 1.7.10
Credit: Sammy00x6 – Original Thread on Minecraft Forum