Stewing or Crockpot preparation of meat is by far the easiest method of cooking meats. It requires little supervision and can even be done on a different day than recipe assembly. Chicken breast, turkey breast, pork, lamb kabobs and rabbit can all be cooked by these methods.
Fish, duck, goat, ostrich loin and venison are better prepared by baking or broiling. Ground meats are better pan-browned, which doesn't take long but does require constant attention.
Long Grain Brown Rice - 1 part rice to 2 parts water
Pearled Barley - 1 part barley to 3 parts water
Couscous (Instant) - 1 part couscous to 1.5 parts water
Macaroni - 1 part macaroni to 4 parts water (to avoid it getting sticky)
Thorough mixing is very important to ensure ingredients are evenly distributed in the recipe. This is very critical if multiple animals are fed from the same recipe. I have found the following steps helpful in facilitating even distribution of ingredients.
Using a much larger bowl than required for the recipe makes mixing much easier and much less messy. I use a massive aluminum salad bowl and prepare 4 recipes at a time.
Thoroughly mix the meat and The Well Dog Nutrient powder and mix thoroughly.
Add the vegetable oil and The Well Dog Omega 3 oil and mix again.
Finally add the carbohydrate and thoroughly mix together.
Store prepared meals in air tight containers and refrigerate for use within 2-3 days or freeze in well sealed containers and use within 3 weeks.
Either freezer zip style bags or freezer safe plastic containers work well.
That's it - Now you can serve mouthwatering meals!