interesting! what kind of ingredients do you use and how long does it take to make??
The ingredients are pretty straightforward; ground beef, liver, tuna, egg, salmon, rice, potato, oatmeal, carrots, chicken, etc. They don't take very long to make at all. For instance, I made a transitioning recipe that consisted of ground beef, egg noodles, cod liver oil, safflower oil and the Hilary's blend supplement. It took only about 10 minutes to make. I just cooked up the ground and the eggs, dumped them into a bowl, added the oils and the supplement, mixed it up and individual servings by putting it into a sandwich baggy for freezing using my kitchen scale for portioning. I did the same with a recipe that called for tuna, rice, oils and supplement. Five minutes to cook minute rice. I put all the portions into the freezer and then in the evenings I just take out two packages to put in the fridge for the next day's meals. The transitioning recipes are super easy since they have limited ingredients and the book says you can actually keep the dog on those forever if you want...there are 10. The regular adult recipes are a bit more involved, but still super easy. For example, ground beef, apple sauce, tomato sauce, carrots, oils, supplement, egg, honey, and a spinach leaf. Cook the meat, put carrots in food processor to finely chop (could always buy the grated salad carrots too if you want, but they cost more), add oils and supplement to tomato sauce, combine all ingredients and mix well. Portion into baggies and freeze. Again, it really only takes five minutes longer than it takes to cook the meat. There is a video on the website and the lady in it keeps talking and talking and so it takes her 40 minutes to do what should take 10-15 minutes.
The website says the supplement is 40 CDN, but my vet charged me 36 including the taxes. It makes 20 kg of food (44 pounds). The cod liver oil was pricey at 9 bucks, but it will last forever since only using a few teaspoons at a time.