Friday, April 18, 2014

Dog Vitamins

I hate to waste a single morsel of our home grown food. When I make chicken stock I drain off the first liquid and put it in the fridge for some yummy chicken soup. Then I put the bones and skin back into my pressure cooker along with all of the carrot and celery scraps and anything else that might be languishing in the fridge or the garden like kale that has gotten just a little too tough.

What comes out is a nourishing and yummy soup that the dogs go crazy for. All the bones are now soft pulp. This stuff is pure ambrosia for the dogs. We pour a little over their evening kibble. 

When I have time, I make little treats out of some of this soup.

1 cup soup
2 cups flour, more or less
1/2 cup cooked and diced bacon or grated old cheese
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
Put all into low pot and begin kneading like bread
Add flour as needed to create a stiff dough
Smash onto cookie sheet to a 1/4" thickness
Bake at 350 degrees for 5 minutes
Pull out and score with pizza cutter to treat sized squares
Put back in and bake till dry and crisp, about 20 minutes 

 Feed to your VERY GOOD DOG!

1 comment:

  1. WOW! Your dogs must love you so much! Most are not as pampered! I doubt they would ever run away!!!


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