Affordable dish and our cats love it.
I didn’t think we would ever try this recipe but when we had to tighten our belts due to tough financial times we gave this one a try since we have six cats to feed. Polenta was traditionally a peasant food in northern Italy. It consists of ground corn with the gluten removed, contains slightly higher protein than eggs and is rich source of vitamins and mineral. We also discovered one of our cats who is always begging for food feels full when we serve this dish due to the complex carbohydrates found in polenta so she feel fuller longer.
Yields 75 ounces
- 1 cup of corn meal or polenta
- 4 cups of water
- 2 pounds of ground meat red or white;(liver/heart/kidney/tripe) or fish or a combination.
- 2 eggs
- 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil or butter. (less if fatty meats are used)
- 4 tables spoons of ‘Supplement’ Powder (see below)
- 1 3/4 teaspoon of eggshell powder
- 10,000 units of Vitamin A (fish oils)
- 150 i.u. Vitamin E
- 1 teaspoon of raw fresh veggies with each meal
- Combine Polenta and water; cooked as per instructions on package.
- The rest of the ingredients are fed raw.
- Mix together; refrigerate and use in the above recipe
- Always add about 500 mg of Taurine to cat recipes if you cook the meats.
- Oats (2 cups before cooking) rice
- Potatoes (4 cups cooked)
- Feed 3/4 to 1-1/2 cups to your cat with each meal.
- 2 cups of nutritional yeast or brewer’s yeast
- 1/4 cup of Kelp powder
- 1 cup of Lecithin powder
- 1000 mg of Vitamin C (or 1/4 teaspoon of Sodium ascorbate)
- Recipe courtesy of Pamper Your Cat, 100 Recipes For Your Feline Friend
|Feline Feast Raw|
|Total number of 1 cup servings:||9 1/2|
|Nutrition Facts per 8 ounce serving|
|Total Fat g.||33.36|
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