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WYSONG DOG BISCUIT RECIPES
The following are recipe suggestions to use as healthy snacks for your canine companions. Feel free to vary the ingredients and experiment with the recipes to tailor them to your companion's liking. Lower baking temperatures and reduced baking time will produce a softer biscuit, while higher temperatures and longer baking time will produce a harder, crunchier treat.
Peanut Butter Plus™ Vegetarian Dog Biscuits
Heat oven to 300° F. Blend Super Flour with egg and add water while mixing until a stiff but workable dough is formed. Dust surface and dough with flour, roll to about an inch thickness and use cookie cutter of choice, or use a knife to cut into rectangular shapes. Place close together on greased (organic butter or olive oil works well) cookie sheet (they do not rise or spread). Bake 45-60 minutes, until quite hard. Place in an open bowl overnight to finish hardening.
All Meat™ Treats
Mix all ingredients. Dust surface and dough with flour, roll to about ½ inch thickness and use cookie cutter of choice, or use a knife to cut into rectangular shapes. Place close together on greased (organic butter or olive oil works well) cookie sheet (they do not rise or spread). Bake 25 minutes at 350? F. Cool on a rack. Dust with Wysong Zymase™, Cheezyme™ or Dentatreat™ after they have cooled. Store in refrigerator.
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