For all of the dog lovers out there, I am attaching an organic dog food recipe. Animals are increasingly plagued by chronic diseases that effect humans like diabetes, cancer, and kidney failure. Most commercial dog foods (even the good ones) use poor quality ingredients including GMO corn, wheat and soy.

Dug and Marshmellow waiting for me to finish cooking

Organic Dog Food:

Everything organic of course 🙂

1 cup rolled oats

1 cup brown rice

1 cup barley, rolled or pearled

1 cup whole wheat buds

1 cup soy beans

1 cup corn kernels

1 cup millet

1/2 cup buckwheat

(all or any combination thereof)

2 TBSP Real Salt

2-3 cups grated or cut – some or all;

brocoli, crookneck squash, red potatoes, kale, spinach, green beens, endive

 

After cooking add any or all of the following:

 

1-2 tsp. flax seeds

1/4 cup nutritional yeast

1-2 Tbsp. Bone meal

1-2 Tbsp. dried alfalfa

2 Tbsp Tamari

2 Tbsp or more goat milk

1 lb Ground bison or fish

3-4 Tbsp. extra virgin Olive oil

( I mix 3 to 4 TBSP of Flax Seed and Olive oil in with the meat (either fish or ground bison). I sprinkle the nutritional yeast when I serve it and add the goat milk)

Bring water (at at two to one ratio of water to grain (should use a couple of additional cups ) )to a boil before adding grains, bring back to a boil then half cook (40 to 45 minutes) grains before adding vegetables. Finish cooking an additional 20 minutes. Add any all all other ingredients after grains and veggies have cooked.

 

The amounts and portions can be adjusted for the size of your dog, or the amount of dogs you are feeding, and your dog’s tastes. Our dogs also enjoyed fresh fruit scaps such as chopped peelings of kiwi, banana, and mango, strawberry tops, papaya seeds (1 Tbsp- great enzymes), pear pits, and grated lemon rind mixed in with their food. Special treats are also goat or sheep cheese. This recipe will last for up to a week in the fridge, stored in glass, stainless, or ceramic ware, or you can store in the freezer, for later, for up to two weeks.

Our dog is 75 pounds and we feed him 2 1/2 cup twice a day. 🙂

recipe from peakfrequencyhealth.com

 

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