Oliver’s Turkey, Rice and Veggie Mix



6 cups bone broth

1.75 lbs all natural ground turkey (Costco)

1 slice beef liver

2 C uncooked brown rice

1-teaspoon turmeric

4 C frozen organic Normandy vegetables (Costco), diced


Place the ground turkey in a large Dutch oven on low heat. In a food processor, mince the slice of liver and add to ground turkey. I like to use the bone broth to swish out the food processor a few times, adding it to the simmering meat mixture. Add the brown rice and turmeric. Lower heat, stir and cover. Simmer for 20 minutes. Now, I pulse the Normandy vegetables (a mixture of broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots) in the food processor a few times  and add to the meat and rice, cooking for 5 minutes more.   You can also use string beans, peas, or spinach.

Remove from heat and cool, making individual packages in freezer-safe containers. You can keep five days of servings in the refrigerator but be sure to seal tightly and freeze the rest, pulling it out as needed. Consult your vet as to proper serving sizes. Feel free to augment with fresh cut apple (no core or seeds), blueberries, cooked sweet potato chunks, some chia seeds, etc.

Makes approx. 12 cups.


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