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My Favorite Recipe

Since several people on here are asking for recipes, I thought I would share. 1/4 lb Chicken Breast 1/4 lb Chicken Hearts 1/4 lb Chicken Livers 1/4 cup Sweet Potatoes 1/4 cup Broccoli 1/4 cup Apples 1/4 cup Kelp Boil everything for about an hour, or until the water boils. Let cool and drain. Place all ingredients into a blender or food processor. Serve.

Comments

  • Paula K-Paula K- New YorkMember Posts: 2,244
    edited 29 November, 2010
    Tyrone, I hope you're not feeding this exclusively. It's really not balanced and there's no source of calcium in addition to other minerals. The proper ratios are 80% muscle meat, 10% bone, 5% liver and 5% other organ. These are proportions for raw, but I believe they would apply for any type of food - except the bone obviously, which should never be cooked.
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