Homemade dog treats

The whole world seems to be on a health kick – avoid sodium, no oil, eat organic, skip the preservatives. However when it comes to our four legged friends, we have been splurging on getting them prepackaged snacks. And when I say splurge, I mean splurgeā€¦ I spend about Rs. 12,000 ($218) a month. This exercise had a two fold approach for me. Most importantly ensuring the dogs eat healthier, secondly, to save some money.I can use the money to get them more stuff at better quality. The two snack ideas below use good quality chicken and I know where it came from, rather than having to do guesswork on what off cuts are being fed to my dogs. Basic oatmeal biscuit Ingredients (makes about 30) 1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour (we use a flour which is 10 parts wheat, 1 part soybean, 1 part chickpea flour, but you can use plain whole wheat flour) 1 cup oats 1

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Fourteen Fictional Foods You Can’t Have

From Wired – Fourteen Fictional Foods you can’t have, I really really want the Popplers – gladly substituted with popcorn chicken from Buddy Broaster… You can pick ā€˜em, you can lick ā€˜em, you can chew ā€˜em, you can stick ā€˜em. If you promise not to sue us, you can shove one up your nose!ā€ā€” Futurama Wired.com (24/05/2014: Original link has been removed) Updated link