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Turkey & Black Bean Enchilada
Dog Bone Recipe


By
Bone Yard Bakery


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Turkey & Black Bean Enchilada Dog Bone Recipe

Copyright © 2013 by Bone Yard Bakery

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Your support and respect for the property of this author is appreciated. This recipe is an original work. Any resemblance to other recipes is purely coincidental. I hope you enjoy baking the dog treat as much as we enjoyed developing the recipe.

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Introduction

Vegetables can play a starring role in any dog bone recipe. Plants have formed an essential part of diet since the earliest times. For instance, potatoes are an important source of carbohydrate. Once thought to be fattening, we know that, on the contrary, potatoes can be an excellent source of vitamin C, potassium, iron and vitamin B.

The recipes we’ve chosen to share are an eclectic mix of classic dishes from around the world, together with others that make the most of the individual ingredients or combinations of ingredients with our special twist. One of the best things about cooking with vegetables is that once getting the hang of it, one will begin to experiment perhaps substituting seasonal produce for the ingredients listed. That’s when it becomes fun and interesting. It allows for creativity with what is in the refrigerator. Before substituting any ingredient, carefully check those ingredients to be sure they are animal safe. Some definite no no’s are: onion, onion powder, pepper, sugar, brown sugar, garlic, grapes, raisins, chocolate, avocados, mushrooms, nutmeg, macadamia, pistachios, almonds, pecans, brazil and walnuts, caffeine, alcohol, tea, coffee, and green tomatoes to name a few. What no chocolate you say. That’s right…no chocolate. But I am happy to say that one can use a substitute that even Fido will love: - carob powder. Lip smacking good and guaranteed to get a smooch every time.

Our goal in accepting the challenge was to develop recipes that are not only yummy but packed with nutritional value for our four legged friends. A dog treat line that contains absolutely no poultry or beef by-products meals, no artificial preservatives, fillings, colors, or flavors and at the same time to design recipes so good that every pet -non-vegan and non-vegetarian included - would shuffle their paws to taste them. Our mission is to make each dog treat tasty and healthy.

As a creative food writer, culinary herbalist and cookbook author, we work with food and develop new recipes on a regular basis and we are always striving for tempting treats that are bold, innovative, fresh, easy, and above all else lip smacking delicious. Why shouldn’t our canine friends enjoy the same flavors as we do as long as the ingredients are good for them?

Our recipes are based on honest ingredients with no ‘imitations.” They are original recipes and are spanking new with a new perspective and a healthy respect celebrating the very best of range fed game, organic fruits, herbs and vegetables.

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