Darlene Said:anyone have any good no-meat recipes?
We Answered:eggplant sandwiches. idk the exact recipe but it it's an open-faced sandwich roll with cooked sliced eggplant and red bell pepper, garlic, oregano, and olive oil. melt mozzerella cheese on top. extremely tasty!
Tyler Said:Does anyone have raw meat recipes for dogs?
We Answered:I just feed my dog a mix of raw meats and she gets some vegies from a raw meat roll I buy. The roll also contains kelp and vitamins and minerals and some other nutritional additives. I'm in Australia so it's pointless telling you the brand.
What I feed has been decided by what my dog will eat but you can try all of these things and see what your's likes. I don't usually mix or make recipes, but rather give different things each week.
Chicken wings and necks are good for the dog's teeth, as are meaty bones. I only feed the latter occasionally as they don't have much flesh on them.
For maintaining weight I feed ground meat, ox/beef heart, chicken hearts and the roll I mentioned, as well as other prepared raw meat foods with nutritional additives. If you want to spoil your dog you can give it chicken breast.
Things like liver and tripe are good if you can get your dog to eat them. i'd only feed this once a week, as well as raw salmon which is good for omega 3. You could also mix some chopped carrots and broccoli into the meats and raw eggs with crushed shells are supposed to be good also. High in protein.
A dog's digestive system passes the food quick so the main thing is to focus on foods like this that are highly nutritional so they can absorb as much as possible in that time.
Viola Said:Does anybody know of any good tiger meat recipes?
We Answered:Troll elsewhere...had your fill of rabbit already?
Tyrone Said:Easy hamburger meat recipes?
We Answered:HI, I have an easy yummy idea! Go into the Hispanic food aisle and look for a small can of Pato tomatoe sauce, theres 3 different kinds a green can a red can and a yellow can there all good so any one will do, and you will need either canned vegetables or I always use frozen, If you can find tostadas, or use regular tortillas, chopped lettuce and cheese and sour cream. Ok brown hambuger with onion salt, add can or cans depending how much hambuger your using of Pato and Vegatables how much is up to you add a bit of water and simmer the mix for like 20 minutes. When its ready take tostada or tortilla add sour cream add Hambuger mixture and top with your choice of toppings, cheese lettuce? And it easy and good, it sounds so complicating kind of but its really easy and good.
Kristina Said:Anyone have any easy meat substitute recipes?
We Answered:My dad buys meat substitutes, too. He usually makes the soy crumbles mixed in spaghetti sauce and we make some kind of pasta out of it. It's good in Prego and Ragu. Try it.