Nurturer Pooch Food

Ingredients
• 1 kg Vegetables - Asian greens, Bok Choy, cauliflower, carrots, pumpkin, sweet potato, beetroot, vegetable stalks - broccoli
• 2 cups brown rice - cooked and drained
• Approx 2 litres Free range Chicken stock
• 1 kg lean beef mince (or Chicken)
• 500g Pork Mince (or turkey)
• Optional - Tinned Sardines in Olive Oil (check the oil type) or Brine
1
Cook Brown Rice in a seperate pot - this takes around 30-40 minutes so do this first.

2
Grate All vegetables in a food processor or thermomix

3
Add Chicken stock to large stock pot - add vegetables as you process the batches. Cook with the lid on and stir frequently. This mix should be quite liquid, add water or more stock if needed

4
Drain and wash brown rice

5
Add brown rice to cooked vegetable/stock mix. Stir thoroughly. Remove from heat and allow to cool slightly

6
Add Raw turkey mince. At this stage the mix is no longer cooking. Stir through the meat, the hot mix slightly cooks the meat but doesnt over cook. This retains the enzymes which are very beneficial for the dogs digestion.

7
Optional If you have made chicken stock and you have a powerful blender - you can add your chicken paste in after the turkey.

8
Optional Eggs shells crushed - save Free Range egg shells and crush in the blender. Add 1-2 cups after the turkey mince

Once completely cooled (you may want to refrigerate overnight in the stock pot) – Divide up into takeaway containers and freeze.

Take out and defrost as required.

To serve – Add amount to bowl, boil the kettle and pour 100ml or so over the mix. This brings the food to room temperature and makes it very enjoyable for your little friends. They love lapping the liquid.

Depending on how many dogs and the size of your dog – this mix can last up to 10 days.

We give our dogs Taste of the Wild grain free biscuits with wild salmon in the mornings. Only a small amount – just to give the extra vitamins, probiotics and minerals. Here’s the info on these products (No Affiliation) Taste of the Wild

I’ve done a video tutorial on how to prepare this pooch food here

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Note – Use human meats of high quality, we get the lean mince, It’s reasonable from all of the major supermarkets.

Do a combo of Chicken and turkey OR Beef and Pork.

Alternate batches so they get good variety.

 

Clinic Companion
Lilly is the clinic receptionist, however she doesn’t provide anything but love and cuddles. She is 17 (human) years old

Serve with
• 3 times a week - Add tinned Sardines. We buy Home brand in brine and add the brine too

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