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lIVER BISCUITS - 1

2 x 500G LIVER – cook first in pan

1 X 500g marg – cheapest

Approx 5 cups flour – enough to make a workable dough

3 eggs    

Add garlic – herbs etc as you feel

  •  Melt marg in microwave – add cooked liver & eggs
  • Add enough flour to form a dough
  • Roll thinly & cut to size – or flatten on a tray and cut into small squares halfway through baking
  • Bake in middle shelf of oven – low heat approx 120deg - or grill under griller
  • Keep turning till golden brown
  • OR you can bake – will take longer.
  •  PS From experimenting it’s easier to roll a long thin thingie and then bake/grill it a bit till firm – then cut into small pieces – you get more on the tray

LIVER BISCUITS - 2

500ml Cake Flour

(OR ½ Krakley Wheat & ½ Flour)

375 Mielie Meal

500g Ox/Chicken/Lamb Liver

1 cup stock or left over gravy

  • · Chop Liver and blend in liquidizer (gross but necessary! Or fry then blend—much less gross)
  • · Add to dry ingredients
  • · Press into baking pan or microwave dish
  • · Microwave Med High for 8-12 minutes or more
  • · Or bake in oven at 180 degrees until brown, take out, cut into squares, and put back into oven until hard – suggest turn oven off and just .
  • · Make sure they’re hard to clean teeth for older dogs, and can be fairly soft for puppies.
  • Store in freezer and only take out a few days supply at a time and keep them in the frig. (They go mouldy in Durbs).

VARIATIONS:

You can add things like: 1tsp crushed garlic / 1 or 2 eggs

Grated carrot / Chopped up Rosemary / wheatgerm / comfrey / ‘n other healthy things, but obviously bake for longer if you add more liquid.

Suggest you triple the recipe, as the dogs love them so much they go very quickly

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 POLONY BITES

Roll of polony – ordinary or garlic

Garlic paste

  • Method one – Dice polony into ¼ inch squares
  • Method two – Buy a small roll and cut into ¼ inch strips lengthways, so you have strips as long as a sausage.
  • Lay out on baking or microwave tray.
  • Smear with garlic.
  • Bake until fairly hard – or soft as you desire. They can be hard and crunchy or just hard enough so that they don’t squish in your pocket.

 

 REMEMBER: 

If you don't feel like baking - Irene from 'Good Dog Barkery' makes the best dog biscuits - ask her at training to bring you a packet. 

TREATS..............

We ask you to bring treats for your dogs. This must be something your dog really likes!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Suggestions are - Biltong, Husky Meaty Bites, Cheese, Sausage, Chicken.

We've included recipes for you to try............

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