|04-17-2014 09:23 AM|
|04-17-2014 08:53 AM|
|Harry and Lola||What a shame you can't give them raw, Lola and Harry love raw chicken hearts - hasn't turned them into killing machines.|
|04-16-2014 02:02 PM|
|carmspack||If I had a cooked product I would keep it in a zip lock in the freezer until needed.|
|04-16-2014 02:00 PM|
Yes, the electricity is worth it to find out if these will be as high value for training as I think they will. I am just going to have to work around Mr. Old School
|04-16-2014 11:22 AM|
dehydrate them from the RAW state .
My Rotten Dogs: Homemade Dehydrated Chicken Dog Treats
I have a dehydrator which I use for chicken hearts, gizzards, liver , (same for turkey) , pizzles , trachea , pig skin .
one to two pounds is not a lot , and really is not a lot of finished dehydrated treats . The meat weight is mostly water.
I don't know if you can dehydrate a cooked product because the moisture is already removed.
If this is the only time you are going to dehydrate it is not worth the price to buy a machine . Either borrow one , or use your oven at the lowest setting , 150 F (we are C metric) , and leave for the time (2 to 4 hours) until you have dry hard shrivelly chicken hearts on the tray. Is it worth the electricity charge?
didn't you oops drop them and the dog snarfed them up?
|04-16-2014 08:56 AM|
Wonder how long it would take to smoke them..something to think about.
|04-16-2014 08:49 AM|
Eating raw meat has made me vicious.
Seriously, smoked chicken hearts were my old dogs absolute favorite reward. I bought them at a farmer's market so I don't have much advice on how to make them.
|04-16-2014 08:44 AM|
Chicken Heart Gift questions moved to diet and nutrition
I've been gifted with a 1-2 lb block of frozen chicken hearts. I have no clue what to do with them LOL
When I first got them, I said something about cutting blocks of them, thawing and adding to meals raw. DH had a complete fit with that (old school belief that raw/blood makes them vicious - not going to change him on that).
My next thought was to cook them - boil, saute, steam? and then dehydrate them to use for training treats. Does anyone know if the hearts would hold together to do this? Is there a better way to handle them?
My next question is - will this stink the house up of better to do this outside?