Updated: Mar 13
以下这些食谱均摘自Facebook生骨肉群 Cats Completely Raw And Proud (Cat CRAP)
Georgia Dent's Raw
15kgs boneless chicken, with skin
10.5kgs chicken heart.
8kgs chicken wings.
6 large tins pilchards.
Heidi Ebden These were my last batches I did
700g chicken thigh meat
400g chicken heart
100g chicken gizzard
600g chicken neck, with skin
100g chicken liver
100g chicken kidney
2 raw chicken eggs
400g beef steak
400g beef mince (make sure this contains no additives, such as salt or onions)
200g beef lips
200g beef tongue
200g beef heart
400g chicken wing
200g beef liver
100g beef spleen
2 raw chicken eggs
400g pork loin
400g pork leg meat
200g pork cheek
600g pork mince
200g chicken rib cage
100g pork liver
100g pork testicles
2 chicken eggs
Sharon Ridgeway's Recipe
Aneesa Onaysa 's Recipe
* 400g- 500g of liver
* 25-30 chicken wings ( I only use the middle (radius/ulna)
* 250g chicken gizzards
* 250g chicken hearts
* 500g lamb
* 2 kg chicken thighs
Daily portions for 1 ?? ( around 160g-180-g )
18-20g liver ( I make ice cubes)
1 chicken wing ( radius/ulna/ around 40-50g/ half meat/ half bone ??)
1 gizzard (around 20g)
2 hearts ( around 20g)
Chicken thigh/lamb ( around 70-80 g )
Emma Walker 3,300g raw mix total (1680g over 2 batches)
1232 muscle meat
Batch1) 1000g beef chunks 230g chicken hearts
Batch 2) 730g chicken thighs 500g chicken hearts
The following needs to go into each batch
280g chicken carcass mince (168g bone @ 60%)
85g offal other
I feed my two a total of 240g a day so this batch is a fortnights worth of food for me. .......... no eggs added due to poultry allergy but i know others who do add eggs.This quantity last one cat 5-6 weeks and costs me around ?50 to make each batch.
Maggie Nguyen My recipe is
8x1.6kg chicken oven ready
4.096kg red meat
1.792kg chicken liver
2large tins of pilchards !
Jaime Lucich Turner's recipe
Athena Zeek Douglas
I have 2 adult 11 lb cats. This batch feeds 2% for 24 days, the rest of their food is whole prey throughout the day. I started with this daily balance when they were kittens but have stuck to it because I travel often and find it is easier for my helpers to feed this way. I don’t always batch up breakfasts and dinners on the same day. I’ll collect muscle meat on sale and make a huge batch of dinners whenever I have time, then just do up the quail/gravy breakfasts when needed every 3 weeks or so.
12 dressed/oven ready quail (about 30% bone) 3.25 lbs, cut into quarters with kitchen shears (my quail comes in packages of 6 @ 26oz)
--I put 2 thigh/leg or 2 breast/rib sections in each small tub
1/2 lb liver (I hunt so this is often deer or antelope, but I also use chicken, beef or veal)
1/2 lb other organ (lamb, deer, antelope or beef kidney or sweet breads or pork spleen; occasionally liver if I’m in a pinch)
5 eggs (chicken or duck)
.65 lb sardines in water (what I buy comes in 4.25 oz tins so I just use 2 tins, drained)
1-2 cups water
--I blend this in regular blender and pour equally over each tub of quail parts
5.5 lbs of mixed meats (antelope, elk, deer, beef, turkey, lamb, poultry hearts, occasionally chicken thigh (they often leave it on the plate so I don’t use much of it)
--The wild game meat is usually off cuts and scraps so it is whatever size it is. The rest of the meat is mouse to rat size chunks. I don’t worry about the total weight of these meats when mixing, I just make sure there is about 3.7 oz per container per the calculator which is daily dinner for the 2 of them.
*game meats are frozen for several weeks before use and I am the butcher so I know the quality/cleanliness of the scraps being used.
Jamie Kellison One of my once a week meals consists of
One whole egg well whisked, with an extra yolk.
One ounce of mixed organs(beef, chicken or Duck usually),
A chopped heart(chicken, turkey, duck, lamb or whatever is on hand).
Three ounces of ground pheasant or goat(either whole ground with above organ mix removed, or ground thigh).
Enough water to make it like gravy.
I call it soupie, and it's usually made for my ferrets, but is a tasty treat for cats too.
Amanda Christison Ikg of minced chicken carcuss -500g bone 500g meat
500g mixed offal - bought from The Wandering Dog
3.5kg of chunks from supermarket - chicken thighs, pork (not the roast as too much fat!), beef, turkey.
5 eggs Tin of pilchards
(Eggs, pilchards and offal blitzed with water to create a gravy)
+ 1 bottle of Shiraz for the human creating it.
Rebecca McHugh Chicken, lamb and pork recipe
2 eggs (no shell)
334g of chicken frame mince (I prefer to add wing tips as well but didn't have them for my recent batch so don't have weights)
100g chicken liver
100g lamb kidney
400g heart (either chicken or lamb)
355g chicken thighs
355g lamb meat
355g pork meat
I mix all the base ingredients together (chicken mince, egg, liver, kidney, and heart). Once that's all mixed up I divide it three ways and then into each of those I add one of the meat types (large chunks) so that I end up with three different flavours. Each flavour fills 3 x 250ml containers (colour coded). And this 2kg batch lasts my 3.3kg 10 month old 2 weeks. I don't add fish into the batch but just serve some sardines in spring water when she's about halfway through the batch
Jaime Taylor FOR NEW ZEALAND PEEPS (80%-10%-10%)
This is my recipe using a mixture of grinds and whole chunks sourced from primarily from Home Delivery (pet food sales or K9 delivery), Out of the Wild and organ sourced from the butcher. The bone content comes from using 2 x 2kg Chicken Veal Heart from petfoodsales . co . nz or k9cuisine . co . nz, and the muscle meat can be varied to suit your needs.
This is a 80% muscle, 10% bone, 10% organ mix
- 2 x 2 kgs Chicken Veal Heart roll (contains 1.72 kgs or 45% bone, 2.04 kgs or 49% muscle meat, and 0.24 kgs or 6% liver)
- 11.7 kgs muscle meat (such as Chunky Beef Mince, and Mutton and Horse roll, plus up some whole boneless meat such as goat, wallaby, venison, possum, etc. Can also use heart or gizzard)
- 1.08 kg liver
- 0.4 kg kidney or other secreting organ
- 17 eggs
- up to 2 litres of bone broth or water
Mix all the base meat ingredients together. Blend up liver and eggs and add in with broth or water until mixture is easily to mix, but not overly soupy.
Makes approximately 17-18kgs of balanced raw. I freeze in 1.7kg containers that can be defrosted to feed my 3 cats for 3 days.
NB: i don't bother with pilchards as mine don't really like them. For the separate organ portion, i would round it up to 1.5kg.
Lidya Maya Puspita
I make a new batch every 10 days or so. This recipe is good for people who just started raw too like me and don't want to commit to big batch yet. And this recipe can be tweaked per your liking. The ratio for this recipe is 80/10/10.
275 grams pork
275 grams venison
40 grams chicken heart
90 grams chicken liver
200 grams minced chicken frames
3 quail eggs
60 grams sardines
I make a 10 lb batch each time. I use eggshell because my cat is diabetic & has constant UTIs so I want to protect her kidneys the best I can. So, my recipe is as follows: 5-6 lbs boneless chicken thighs. 1 lb chicken hearts 2-3 lbs pork chops, 1 lb chicken liver. I then add a couple tins of sardines and some eggs & voila, the cat eats better than I do.
This batch round will be 4kg consisting of:
400g chicken livers
600g chicken necks
1kg boar chunks
1kg beef chunks
500g chicken hearts
500g ox heart and chicken mince
4 large eggs
1 tin pilchards in tomato sauce
This batch is unusual for me as I usually use chicken wings rather than necks, but wanted to try something different
My last (small) batch 80:10:10. Fits one large bowl and small freezer space. Feeds a small 4kg cat on 5% daily for roughly 2 weeks: 1kg chicken thigh, 1kg pork loin, 0.3 pork kidney (purpose of the organ is obvious to me, but oh my, they sure do stink of urine and looks just like human ones; anyway, I felt lucky to find them on sale. 1kg for under £2 where I live) 150g of sardines in brine, 2 eggs. Our cat got pork kidneys for the first time and so far this is the most successful batch and I like how the ratios turn out nicely. He'll turn one sometime in summer and eats raw since kitten, so I can tell by the style of eating that this is a hit
Last batch (UK) 10kg split into 20x500g boxes. Sourced from Nurture them Naturally (And asda for eggs & sardines)
1kg beef chunks
2kg chicken chunks
2kg turkey chunks
500g chicken hearts
2.5kg chicken mince (40% bone content)
1kg chicken liver
1kg minced ox hearts
3 cans of sardines in tomato sauce
Lots of water
Catherine Holmes Today’s batch (using 75:15:10) -
2 whole large chickens = 3.45kg after leg and harder wing bones removed
Leg meat from four duck legs = 710g
400g beef heart
1 tin of pilchards in tomato sauce
Bone broth made with the duck leg bones
Bonnie J Driscoll
Bonnie and 5 others manage the membership and posts for Cats Completely Raw And Proud (Cat CRAP).
My recipe is pretty simple. To make the math easier I assume all bone is 50% bone and 50% meat, it's not perfect but it's close enough, especially as I use chicken carcass and wings as my main bone source. This recipe is for 1kg of raw.
300g meat 1 (can be any type of meat; beef, lamb, pork, turkey and roo are my main ones)
300g meat 2 (same list as above just a different type, or can be the same)
100g heart/lung/chicken thigh
200g meaty bone (I use mostly chicken wings or cut up chicken carcass)
50g kidney (or can be any other secreting organ or more liver)
100g sardines, usually added as a side dish (so I don't mix them in with my batch)
75:15:10 ratio (1) 6x1.4kg whole chickens (no giblets, leg, thigh and large wing bones removed),
4.62kg meat (any combination of diced beef/chicken thigh/lamb/pork), 1.1kg chicken wings,
1.555kg liver & kidney (liver being at least half)
1kg pilchards in tomato sauce; 16 eggs (makes 17kg)
As you can see, I make up my recipes using the calculator depending on what size whole chickens I get!
Pretty much anything i can get my hands on each week goes into their bowls for the week. Chicken, pork, lamb, turkey, duck, beef, goat or kangaroo muscle meat, organ and bone. I feed at 80/10/10 in chunks and add chicken eggs and sardines to their meals 2-3 times a week. So here are a couple of my boring meals from last night and tonight's dinner.
Carl Redmans recipe (note the chicken carcass he gets is VERY meaty)
1.5kg pork neck course mince 1kg chicken hearts 1kg gizzards 500g chicken livers 12 chicken carcass chopped with chicken shears.
Works out at 27pence per cat per day from my crap friendly butcher.