Being introduced to Honest Kitchen early on in my quest for better dog food, I was predisposed to the belief that good companies like this one actually existed. So when we made the decision to kick out the cooked meat and use raw (I still use a small amount of Honest Kitchen base mix for adding in her vitamins) I already had at least a hope that I could get a good raw meat source. I know when it comes to raw meat it’s ALL about the source, so for some reason I just never thought even organic grocery store meat was good enough. Because of this I never actually tried it. I was scared because I kept hearing that it’s sold only to be cooked, etc. Lately I’ve started to look more closely into this and I think it might not actually be true. Because I’m mostly vegan and don’t own a bone grinder I am realistically still going to try to find a good company that I can buy from but due to the fact that the transition is taking longer than expected, I am also going to see if there is something I can make in the mean time. Seeing the carcinogen effect that cooking meat can have I no longer want to go that route. This week I’ll try to talk about what recipes I’ve tried and how they go because I think it’s important to be able to make something on the go or in case we can’t get the specialty brands from the store. This link is affiliated with a brand I know nothing about yet so I am in no way advocating the food itself but it came with some decent info for anyone interested in making this transition. There’s obviously a TON more info on this topic but I just thought I’d throw it in there as a nice place to start!