The same goes for Jenny, I prepare her food about once every two-three weeks. I use a 5-liter slow-cooker to do the job. She gets a mixture of vegetables and meat - I rotate the meat each time I cook, i.e. I select between chicken, turkey, lamb and beef. This week, I bought her fallow deer meat, a luxury one might say, but it was freshly slaughtered and the meat was lean.
I diced the veggies and meats as you see in the photos. Simply turn on the slow cooker to low and let cook for about 8 hours. See, hardly any fuss!
Once the food is cooked, I cool them down quick - in summer, I use ice cubes and in winter, I leave it outdoors (only when the temperatures dip lower than 5°C, otherwise I use ice cubes) and then, place them into silicon muffin moulds and freeze them. The next morning, I pop them out and store them in a ziplock bag.
I microwave her "meat-muffins" for 2 minutes whenever she has her meals, serve it with a hardboiled egg and a tablespoon of cottage cheese. On top of that, she gets a serving of coconut oil, yeast tablets and spirulina in her food.
Her coat is gorgeously shiny and soft. We have been getting plenty of compliments about her beautiful coat and slim figure.