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Recipies for a balanced raw food diet?

Alycia ChaseAlycia Chase Member Posts: 350
edited 27 April, 2011 in Home Prepared Food & Recipes
Does anyone have a balanced recipe for a raw food diet? Preferably with chicken and no other meat, we have some real picky eaters here.

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  • Karen LeeKaren Lee The kingdom of Mer-lotMember Posts: 89,020
    edited 7 March, 2011
    There's one here and here and here. The second link has two recipies, one that uses bone and one that doesn't use bone. You could also just use a pre-mix with raw chicken if you don't want to buy all the vitamins and minerals that most recipies require or don't want to spend a few hours dringing up meat and making a big batch of food and portioning it out into meal-sze portions and freezing it. A pre-mix conains all the vitamins and minerals you need. TC Instinct and Better In The Raw are two pre-mixes.
  • edited 7 March, 2011
    For picky butts, try alternating flavors with each meal. I do beef, chicken, beef, chicken. I use Parmesan to entice but only on beef. Alnutrin found at knowwhatyoufeed.org is for chicken but I use it for whatever. It's portioned for 6lbs of food at a time unless you get a scale. The work involved is always going to seem tedious until you actually get into a rhythm, then it's notsomuch. Getting the kitties to eat the raw is what is going to challenge you. Tiny victories! I'm still newbster
  • Kat WhickerKat Whicker ToledoMember Posts: 1,695
    edited 27 April, 2011
    I personally dont like any of the premade raw diets. you just dont know what your getting, and some of them have fruits and veggies in them! A personal favorte of mine is www.catinfo.org there is a link on the website for a boneless diet, (if you cant afford a meat grinder, but its strongly advised that you get one) the website is run by a vet, and her website makes perfect sense to me. Im currently feeding the no bones diet untill i can afford a meat grinder.
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