Post by Debbie Lincoln on Jul 8, 2017 21:43:54 GMT -5
Quick cooking OLD meat to feed to pets.
My mom, who recently passed away, left 2 little chest freezers and one upright full of food - much of it way out of date and freezer burned. The good stuff has been donated to our local food pantry - but 6 year old chicken breasts? No can do. So I'm dumping it in the pressure cooker and have cooked 3 full loads so far this evening - lamp, beef, chicken and pork - all getting cooked and re-packaged to feed to the dogs and cats and chickens. They are SO HAPPY!
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Post by Nonesuch Melissa on Jul 9, 2017 0:15:23 GMT -5
Yep. We feed our dogs raw but sometimes with game I worry about tape worms and other parasites. This is much easier than my stove top pressure cooker.
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