Posted by Dr Sam, On 9 Jan, 2022 | Updated On 9 Jan, 2022 No Comments »
|Main Ingredients||Organic Chicken, Sweet potato, Olive Oil|
|Cook Time||180 minutes|
|Nutrition||Calories – 2214 Kcal, Protein – 122.8 mg, Fat – 33.7 mg, Vitamins – 59 mg, Minerals – 11961 mg. See Nutrition Details|
|Suitable For||Adult Dog|
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Cooking Preparation and Procedure
All ingredients’ measurements are done in gram with a good, sensitive and accurate kitchen scale that measures up to hundreds of gram (get it on Amazon) and very sensitive gravity scale that measures down to 0.01 gram (get it on Amazon)!
- Raw Uncooked Sweet Potatoes: 1571 gram
- Organic Chicken: 346 gram
- Olive Oil: 7.5 teaspoon.
- Broccoli (Chopped): 3 cup(s)
- Parsley: 5 gram
- Celery (Coarsely Chopped): 40 gram
- Bay Leaf: 6 gram
- Peppercorn: 3 teaspoon(s)
- Whole Clove: 6 gram
- Eggshell Podwer: 1 teaspoon(s)
- Kelp: 2.18 gram. Empty the capsule of kelp (get it on Amazon) on your gravity scale (get it on Amazon) and measure.
- Spirulina: 1.6 gram (Please Buy Earthrise Brand only). To be sure of giving your dog recommended amount of spirulina, please used very sensitive gravity scale that measures down to 0.01 gram (buy it on Amazon)!
Alternate the use of spirulina for your dog: 1-WEEK ON, 1-WEEK OFF
- Vinegar: 5 teaspoon(s)
- Pumpkin Seed Powder: 2 tablespoon(s)
Recommended method of cooking is Moist-Heat method. Moist-heat methods are those in which the heat is conducted to the food product by water or water-based liquids such as broth, stock and sauces, or by steam. The method includes Boiling – 212°F (100°C), Simmering – 185°F to 205°F (85°C to 96°C) and Poach – 160°F to 180°F (71°C–82°C).
1. Place the chicken in a stockpot.
2. Pour boiling water till the chicken is covered and heat at (212°F) 100°C to return to a boil.
3. Allow to cool for like 3 to 5 minutes then skim the fat scum.
4. Add the kelp, celery, broccoli, bay leaf, parsley, peppercorn and whole cloves.
5. Simmer at 185°F (85°C) for about 2 hours 30 minutes until the chicken feel tender when pressed on the thigh.
6. Remove the chicken from the liquid, place in another container and cover till needed.
7. Strain the broth. Keep the broth and the filtered separately in appropriate containers and cover them.
Make sure these items are not kept unrefrigerated for up to 1 hour at a stretch. If you are not using the chicken, the filtered and the broth immediately, please cool them on ice-water bath and refrigerate below 41°F (5°C).
8. Peel your potatoes thoroughly with a swivel peeler (get it on Amazon), remove all eyes and cut to size.
9. Place peeled potatoes immediately in a container of cold water to prevent browning.
10. Put the chicken broth in a pot and heat at 212°F (100°C) till boiling.
11. Then add your potatoes and the olive oil to the boiling broth.
12. Add the apple cider vinegar, pumpkin powder and spirulina and stir once or twice.
13. Reduce heat to low 185°F (85°C). Cover the pot and simmer for about 40 minutes (or until water is absorbed and potatoes is tender).
14. Test for doneness. Cook a few additional minutes if necessary.
15. Remove pot from heat and let it stands 5 minutes.
16. Debone the chicken and then cut the chicken to size.
Bone piece is very dangerous when dog swallowed it. Your puppy may not be able to digest it and this can cause puncture of the intestine.
17. Sprinkle the eggshell powder to make up for removed bones from the chicken.
18. Add the chicken and the filtered from the broth to the potatoes and mix.
Then allow to cool for another 5 minutes to normal warm temperature.
And the meal is ready!!!
Recipe Nutrition Details
This recipe is formulated to give your dog nutrients profile as approved by Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO).
Here is the detailed nutrients of the recipe as compared to AAFCO standard:
The excesses in the Calorie, Protein and Fat as compared to AAFCO are to make up for undigested portion of the food that will be passed out as feces. After all, no system is 100% efficient!
|Nutrient||Details by this Meal||AAFCO Standard|
|Energy||2214.137 Kcal||2094 Kcal|
|Protein||122.866 g||94.23 g|
|Fat||33.784 g||28.897 g|
|Pantothenic Acid||0.1 mg|
|Folic Acid||0.326 mg|
|Vitamin B12||0.0007 mg|
|Vitamin A||0.163 mg|
|Vitamin E||1.405 mg|
The meal is for 1 day.
Divide the portion for the day into 2 and spread feeding through the day.
Read more on safe preservation of meal, how to cook safely for your dog.
Yeah! You just prepared a whole balanced nutritious meal that will:
1. Optimize your dog’s health.
2. Help guard your dog against diseases.
3. Make your sick dog fit and strong.
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