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Meat grinder

Straw MeltonStraw Melton VancouverMember Posts: 37
edited 15 January, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
My master was vegitarian for 8 years, and now he still eats very little meat. He doesn\'t really know so much \"about meat\" - if you know what I mean. I like the ground turkey he is buying me now but we are thinking that grinding the bones, and gizzards ourselves would be more healthful for me. This type of grinder is considered a \"commercial\" grinder because it has to be able to gobble up the bones too. Does any one have any input on this subject? I did a little searching myself before making this post and this was the best I was able to come up with:


  • Karen LeeKaren Lee The kingdom of Mer-lotMember Posts: 89,020
    edited 15 January, 2007
    Here's two good links for your Human to learn more about making cat food so that it is nutrionally complete: I'm not sure about what kind of grinder would be good. Perhaps felines who make eat homemade raw food will have some suggestions for you.
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