The traditional Chinese medicine principle of this meal; Nourish Liver blood, and tonify the Kidneys!
Total ingredients fed 4 dogs that total 125 lbs all together, with one meal left over. I let my dogs eat until they are full. My dogs do not have any weight problems. I will also feed them a bit of grain free kibble if they are hungry in the morning. They let me know if they need food.
4 containers of chicken livers
3 tablespoons of sesame seeds
3 cups of stock ( I used veal stock, but any type will work, including plain water)
2 tablespoons of sesame seed oil (I sauteed the livers in this oil).
Bring to a boil, and then simmer for 30 minutes...and serve. Now, if your going to use the seeds and the oil, your dog or you does not need fish oils. You can alternate different oils by seasons, or by meal. In this case, for the day, no other supplements needed. There are essential fatty acids in the liver!! This is how nutrition is meant to be eaten..
|All the ingredients before cooking|
|Pinky and Dayzee gobbling it down|
|Lily loving her dinner|
|Good for people...Mark loved it, very tasty!|
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