Our recipes page is a great place for everyone to share recipes using items purchased from the Statesboro Market2Go. The above items and photos were made by Justin at Anthony’s Roots and Jimmy at Scratch Made Catering using items available at the market.

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Make your own Dog Food

I used these guidelines to make a batch of food that would provide about a two week supply for my 50-lb dog, served twice-a-day along with half a cup of dry food. Use any combination of quality ingredients, striving for the same kind of balance and variation you want in your own food. I recommend you talk with your vet and look for recipes on line.
I cook meat, veggies, and rice separately, then combine into baking pan and cook like a casserole to achieve firmer consistency.
Eliminate or minimize onion and garlic as they can be toxic to some dogs.

Source: Ryan Redding (Entered by Market Manager)
Serves: Two week supply

10-12 cups Meat & Protein
ground beef      View Available Products
ground venison
chicken or turkey -thighs or leg quarters      View Available Products
chicken or beef liver      View Available Products
dried peas/beans (like pinto or black-eyed eas)      View Available Products
fish- tuna, salmon, anchovies      View Available Products
tofu (organic or non-gmo)
eggs (can be added at casserole stage)      View Available Products
10-12 cups Vegetables
carrots      View Available Products
sweet potatoes
squash - zucchini or winter squash      View Available Products
beets      View Available Products
leafy greens (spinach, kale, turnip greens)      View Available Products
green beans
garden peas
mushrooms      View Available Products
8-10 cups Rice / Grain
brown rice
cup Fruit - like chopped apple or unsweetened applesauce
1 cup Dairy- add yogurt at casserole stage      View Available Products
Leftovers-(no onion or garlic)
Ground egg shells or bone meal
or flax seed meal , nutritional yeast
other items your vet recommends

Step by Step Instructions
  1. Cook meat, veggies, and rice separately.
  2. Combine into baking pan and cook like a casserole to achieve firmer consistency


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