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Request for Exact Recipe

John Popp

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#71
Good to hear Alicia, and the raw your feeding is far better than a bunch of chicken backs and cages that make their way into the pre-packaged raw.

Also, Chicken thighs are ideal, not real expensive, high meat to bone ratio, dark meat containing more taurine than white meat and easy to work with. It made things a great deal easier than when I was using whole chicken.
 

John Campbell

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Staff member
#73
Good to hear Alicia, and the raw your feeding is far better than a bunch of chicken backs and cages that make their way into the pre-packaged raw.

Also, Chicken thighs are ideal, not real expensive, high meat to bone ratio, dark meat containing more taurine than white meat and easy to work with. It made things a great deal easier than when I was using whole chicken.
Being a little on the dumb side... I know the legs are Dark, but what other part of the chicken is considered Dark? Also, if memory serves "taurine" is desired (sometimes I have a short memory)?
 

John Popp

Site Supporter
#74
Legs and thighs are dark meat and breasts and wings are white meat. Taurine is great for heart health and is water soluble so you can't overdo it. Chicken hearts are a great source of taurine and as mentioned previously dark meat contains more taurine.
 
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