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  1. Default Home made dog treats

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    So my future brother-in-law brews beer, he has just started using grains and making the beer from scratch. However that left lots of used grains leftover

    Few options to do with them after he's done:
    Make bread
    Make granola bars
    Make dog treats

    I decided to try the dog treats, ended up using 1/3 the amount he had

    Recipe was 3 cups grains, 2 cups flour, 1 cup peanut butter and 2 eggs

    Bake at 350 for 30 mins then at 225 for 2 hours




  2. Default

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    Neat! I made some dog treats too awhile back. I think I did pretty much the same thing you did. He/she will appreciate them greatly :)
    Tanks: 30 gal community and 10 gal shrimp/community
    Journals Here

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    I tried them, pretty good. Won't last long because I made them too thick so the didn't dry out completely

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    I have made varieties like these for our dogs before. One of our friends would actually make their own liver for their dogs. This would mean drying it into little treats to where they could feed it to the dogs for sitting or obeying commands. Might have been a long, gross job, but boy did those dogs love it. Thanks for sharing!

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    it's a great use for spent grains rather than just tossing them out. She loved them

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