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Old 01-05-2013, 02:30 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I have made this one..

Blend 3 tins of salmon, 3.cloves of garlic, 2 eggs and 3 sardines

then mix this with 2 cups of flour (oat, rice,barley, rye I use anything thats not wheat)
mix well... pour onto a well greased cookie sheet, cut into strips and store in the freezer. My guys love it.

I was unsure of the garlic but I was told if it was cooked it's ok. I have made it without the garlic. Not sure how it work out in your treat maker.. but I would think it would!
Does this need to be baked or just frozen?!


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I love the dehydrators. You can put in liver, lung, chicken breast, beef strips, chicken feet, you name it! The lung and liver can be broken into tiny pieces for training. Its so simple. If you dont have a dehydrator you can cook it on low heat in your oven for 5-6 hrs.
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Does this need to be baked or just frozen?!


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OMG I am so sorry lol.. they need to be baked for about 20 minutes at 350 degrees. Then cut and you can freeze them after that if you want. They are salmon cakes. I will see if I can edit that! .. So sorry.. the kids and dogs were here while I was trying to post it.
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I have had a dehydrator for years but haven't used it in forever. Do you thing a person could take very thinly sliced beef, roll it up and make a bully type stick?
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I don't know. We have thinly sliced beef dehydrating for our girls today.
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