Fed on 2/16, Wednesday.
We’ve had pretty similar veggie mixes over the last few batches, so we are changing it up just a little this time. Instead of the usual big thing of green leafy veggie being the solo sax player, I’m using broccoli on five keyboards instead. I’m also going easy on the burdock, because we’ve had quite a bit of that for a while now, and they are always having gear problems.
The participants of this healthy slurry Richard Marx (still can’t get over the “x”) cover band are: broccoli, celery, chard, sweet potato, apple, brazilnuts, eggshells, magnesium. By the way, I am still upset that I didn’t get to go see him in a suburban arts building this past summer. Tickets were like $45, and it seemed like a terrible amount of money for a secretly thoroughly enjoyable “joke.”
Anyway, here is the recipe and the nutritional breakdown of this Endless Summer Nights batch.
When I put this in our usual jar, I poured a “seal” of apple cider vinegar. It seems to work out great, and probably does a little fermenting or something while we sleep. No matter, it’s definitely not going to hurt anything, and like her mama, MP likes ACV. Lots.
Now! Onto the meals. I found some beef on sale at the co-op! It’s only 50¢ off a pound, but still better than regular price, and probably fresher than $1 off. There you go.
Dinner is more kidney! I give smaller portions for organ meals, so she gets additional protein. This time, it’s a just a spoonful of beef and an egg. These are my favorite co-op eggs (Harmony) and the bulk ones have been on sale all week. $2.99/dozen is a really good price! Hurray. I am going back to get some more because I came across this thing called pickled eggs, and they sound like something I would like. Have you had pickled eggs before?
What MP Ate:
- veggie mix
- apple cider vinegar
- cow kidney
- coconut oil