I thought it'd be fun to try it. The one I found said to put oven on 150F and bake for 4hours my oven only goes to 170F so I'm cooking for 2hours to check it and then will flip the hearts and cook for 2more hours and check see how they do.
I checked target even for freeze they only have dorm fridges and chest freezers. I'm hoping get an upright eventually.
I did trim the fat on some of the hearts, but some I didn't due to how small the hearts are I didn't want them to fall through the holes..
It'll be interesting to see how they come out.
I've been giving our cat a little bit of chicken heart he seems to love them.
Bella has been getting the chicken heart juice and some chicken heart in her kibble too coarse she loves it. yummy. :)
|Saya just got done working on a beef rib so she was happy.|
They turned out good didn't smell bad actually. They were a bit greasy, but not too bad. Saya really loved the tiny bit I gave her.
Chicken hearts will make great and nutritious training treats. :)
Saya was nice enough to help me clean the pan.
I plan to do things like beef heart, beef lung, boneless meat, fish and stuff.
Maybe this weekend I'll check out stores with dehydrators see how prices are.
I have seen some on craigslist for decent price so might do that option I don't know yet.