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Old 02-05-2012, 06:13 AM   #431
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My pup and our friends dogs love these... except for the tiny dogs, because they seem to get diahrea from them. Great recipe!



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Old 02-05-2012, 06:46 AM   #432
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Sounds like a great idea. No waste there! I'll have to try this with my next batch. Thanks for sharing!



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Old 02-19-2012, 04:38 AM   #433
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I made these using the spent grains from Edwort's, Bee Cave Brewery Bavarian Hefeweizen. So the grain bill was Wheat and Pils. When I took them out of the oven after the 4 hours they smelled (smelt?) great. So, I ate one and, while still warm, they are very good. I imagine, cold they will not be as nice. I think next time I brew this beer I am going to made a pizza dough, but for now I'll just try not to ear any more tonight.

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Old 02-29-2012, 05:33 AM   #434
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Thanks for the idea and recipe. I have my first batch in the oven now. My ol' Lab is going to love these I'm sure.

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My shetland sheepdog loves them. I gave her my spent boddingtons grain treats.

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I made a big batch of these yesterday for my girlfriend's dogs and they were MENTAL for them!

Great suggestion!

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Old 05-18-2012, 08:51 PM   #437
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Any ideas for additions to the ingredients to change them up a bit? I'm making a few batches for presents and would like to change up some of the recipe.

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Old 05-18-2012, 09:05 PM   #438
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Any ideas for additions to the ingredients to change them up a bit? I'm making a few batches for presents and would like to change up some of the recipe.
I've done the following, all with no problem:

Making them:
  • I bought a silicone dog bone mold. It's fairly expensive ($100).
  • Cookie cutters work well. There are ones shaped like dog bones.

Ingredients
  • Tablespoon of Parmesan cheese per batch.
  • Teaspoon granulated or powdered garlic per batch.
  • Food coloring (yellow for "chicken", red for "beef"). Takes much more food coloring than you would think, but it works.

Packaging:
  • You can buy a billion simple plastic bags from www.uline.com for about $5
  • Get some thick card stock for your printer at office supply store, print a logo or something similar on it, fold it over the top of the bag, and staple.
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Ooh, great ideas, thanks! Does the parmesan cheese affect the shelf life at all? I won't be giving them out for a couple weeks but am making most of them today.

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Ooh, great ideas, thanks! Does the parmesan cheese affect the shelf life at all? I won't be giving them out for a couple weeks but am making most of them today.
Does not affect shelf life as far as my dog is concerned.


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