|Purred: Tue Apr 5, '11 9:47pm PST |
|BK - This is the recipe I'm looking at:
2 kg [4.4 pounds] raw muscle meat with bones (chicken thighs and drumsticks or, better, a whole carcass of rabbit or chicken amounting to 2 kg; if you don't use a whole carcass, opt for dark meat like thighs and drumsticks from chicken or turkey and remove/don't use 20 to 25 percent of the bone; if using whole rabbit, which has a higher bone-to-meat ratio than chicken, dilute the extra bone by adding another 20 to 25 percent of plain muscle meat and skin and fat from rabbit, chicken, or turkey)
400 grams [14 oz] raw heart (best not to use use beef heart; if no heart is available, substitute with 4000 mg Taurine)
200 grams [7 oz] raw liver (don't use beef liver; if you can't find appropriate liver, you can substitute 40,000 IU of Vitamin A and 1600 IU of Vitamin D--but try to use real liver rather than substitutes)
NOTE: If you cannot find the heart or liver and decide to substitute with the Taurine/Vitamin A and D, then remember to REPLACE the missing amount of organ meat with the equivalent amount of muscle meat. In other words, if you cannot find heart, you add another 400 grams of the meat/bones. If you can't find the liver, add another 200 grams of meat/bone.
16 oz [2 cups] water
4 raw egg yolks (use eggs from free-range, antibiotic-free chickens if you can)
4 capsules raw glandular supplement, such as, for example, multigland supplement by Immoplex
4000 mg salmon oil (see note at bottom of recipe*)
800 IU Vitamin E ("dry E" works well)
200 mg Vitamin B-50 complex
1.5 tsp. Lite salt (with iodine)
(optional: 4 tsp. psyllium husk powder (8 tsp. if using whole psyllium husks; see note at bottom of recipe**)
I would presume that the glandular supplement would be covering the lack of other organ, but I'm not sure. I was pretty sure I remembered seeing some small kidney-like organs attached to the chicken backs so I double checked online and found some diagrams of the internal organs of a chicken and they do have them, they're just REALLY small.
I think I may just stick another excreting organ in there instead of the supplement, though. I have access to pork brain, spleen (usually venison), and beef kidney. *thoughtful look* Wonder if Mocha'll be able to tolerate beef kidney.
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