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06-01-2012 01:37 AM
lynchalbert

This look awesome! I already added this recipe today in my menu for next week. I will buy some lentils on sunday I will make sure that I will cook some like this! Thanks for sharing!

02-22-2012 05:06 PM
Capstan Both tomatoes and garlic (onions too) are questionable for dogs. There are many people foods dogs shouldn't have, including avacado, chocolate, macadamia nuts, and mushrooms. You should also not let your dog smoke pot. Seriously.
02-22-2012 01:17 PM
a Balloon a Balloon which type of lentils?
08-24-2011 08:26 AM
vegan-victoria I love the idea of sharing a meal with a dog! My dog refuses to eat anything but cat food though - she will not be weened!
01-05-2010 04:46 PM
Photojess kpickle, your link doesn't work.
10-22-2006 04:03 PM
DLS savvyidler, I have only made one loaf at a time, my dogs usually gobble it up pretty quick. And yes, you can add all sorts of things to the recipe even dried fruits and nuts {ground up}. I see no reason why you could not freeze it either. kpickell, you can leave the garlic out if you are worried about it. I have been feeding my dogs lots of garlic for many years, without any problems. I have no experience with feeding garlic to cats though, so can not advise anyone else on the matter.
10-22-2006 03:11 PM
kpickell Sounds yummy, but I'd leave out the garlic if you're sharing it with your pet.

Garlic can cause anemia in some animals. A small amount is usually okay, but I'd leave it out of the recipe just to be safe. http://www.felinefuture.com/nutrition/garlic.php
10-22-2006 12:29 PM
savvyidler This is exactly what I'd like to do, with some additional veggies, because I assume it would freeze ok. Have you tried it? If I only had an oven. Ah well, eventually.
10-22-2006 10:06 AM
DLS > 3 cups water or vegetable stock

> 1 cup lentils

> 2 cups rolled oats

> 1/4 cup oat bran

> 1/4 cup oil

> 1 beaten egg or a substitute

> 1 clove garlic minced

> 1/4 cup organic ketchup or tomato sauce



Add lentils to boiling stock and simmer 20 minutes. Add oats and bran let soak for 10 minutes. mix in the rest of the ingredients and turn into oiled loaf pan. Top with ketchup or sauce and bake at 350 F. for 30 minutes. Let sit in pan for 5 minutes, then turn out, slice when cooled.

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