I made a batch of basic veggie mixture. Delicious fresh raw organic vegetables. Divided into portions and frozen. Convenient for everyday use, just add some ingredients and every day there is a lovely meal. And the stock saves a lot of work in the morning
In this case, I made the following mixture:
All colors are represented.
A big pot full of chopped vegetables.
That looks so healthy! Nice base for a delicious vegetable soup!
Divided into portions for later, when it is frozen, to take out the portions from the form and place in a Ziploc bag.
In the absence of forms, here some smaller Ziploc bags to put in the freezer.
And here the basic mix with some fruit through.
Today, the parrots have a bit of everything!
Below are two individually frozen portions, the upper one is cooked beans and at the bottom the mash of pellets #10.
Below the thawed portions, bee pollen, grated coconut, apple and peeled hemp seed.
In addition, the birds got some Harrisons pellets and homemade pellets.
Today I make a big batch of mash for the birds! One part goes into the dehydrator to make pellets and one part I’m freezing. So I can give it ‘fresh’ to the birds if I’m in a hurry in the morning and don’t have time to prepare something for them.
What goes into the mash / pellets?
I also had a nice dish with fresh sprouts, which I just forgot to put in the mash, but they are equally well prepared
- All organic: Kale, lettuce, winter purslane, broccoli, cucumber, cougette, yellow and red peppers, banana, apple (not on the picture) sweet yam, chili pepper, parsnips, beetroot, carrot, pumpkin and beets.
Just boil the sweet potato and beet for a short time.
Whole wheat macaroni and rice.
All through the blender and mix in a large pan.
Doesn’t that look delicious?!
One part freezing in molds.
Take it out of the molds and place in resealable freezer bags and put it back in the freezer.
The other part of the mash is in the dehydrator to make pellets.
Tomorrow I show a picture of the pellets when they are done