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Miscellaneous Recipes


Anitra Frazier's Vita-Mineral Mix

Mix together and store in a covered container.  Be sure to refrigerate (everything but the lecithin and minerals perishes at room temperature). Add 1 teaspoon of Vita-Mineral Mix to each cat's meal (2 teaspoons per cat per day).

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Anitra Frazier's High-Calcium Chicken Broth

Your own homemade chicken broth will be full of calcium and nutrients. Here's how to make it:

Put all chicken into a soup pot large enough so the chicken fills the pot only halfway.  Cover with water until water is one to two inches above the chicken.  Cover the pot loosely (tip the lid).  Bring to a low simmer.  Simmer three to five hours, occasionally breaking up the chicken and adding more water if necessary.  During the last hour remove the lid and let the water cook down until the chicken is barely covered.  Broth is now deliciously strong.  Pour off broth, cool to room temperature, and then store in refrigerator.

While the broth is cooling, pour enough cold water over the chicken left in the pot to cover.  then let it cool some more until it's cool enough for you to be able to touch.  With your hands, knead, squeeze, and stir the chicken around in the water to get all the good out of the meat and into the water.  The water will begin to look milky.  Finally, take the handfuls of chicken meat, wring out the liquid into the pot, and throw the meat away.  (The hours of simmering have succeeded in transferring the usable nutrition from the meat into the broth.  What little nutrition is left in the meat at this point would be largely indigestible.)  Leave the bones and the broth behind in the pot.

Pour this broth off and store it with the first batch of broth. Transfer the bones into a smaller pot.  Crack them up so they form a
fairly compact mass in the bottom of the pan.  Cover the bones with water and add the one fourth cup tomato juice.  Simmer one half to one hour.

Pour off this broth, again combining it with the other broth.  Throw the bones away.  Store about two cups ot the broth in a jar in the refrigerator, store the rest in the freezer in pint size covered freezer containers to be thawed as needed.  To thaw, stand the container in a bowl of hot water.

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Chicken Super Soup

Here's how to make your homemade chicken broth even more nutritious. Combine the following ingredients:

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Anitra Frazier's Vita-Mineral Mix for Cats with Liver Disease

Mix together and store in a covered container.  Be sure to refrigerate (everything but the lecithin and minerals perishes at room temperature). Add 1 teaspoon of Vita-Mineral Mix to each cat's meal (2 teaspoons per cat per day).

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Anitra Frazier's Stool Softener Treat

Prepare and serve once or twice a day.

(All Frazier recipes taken from her book The New Natural Cat.)

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Dr. Goldstein's Radiation Cocktail

In a blender, gently mix the following on the lowest speed possible.  Because only the fresh drink with freshly extracted juices gives you the live enzymes, make a couple days' supply of the base and add the fresh juices just before feeding.  Force-feed animals who are off their feed, but don't overfeed and cause vomiting.  The ingredients are available at any good health food store.
Base:

You can make up to a week's worth of this base at a time and keep it
refrigerated.

Fresh Juices:

These should be made fresh daily and added to the base just before feeding.
Blend together on the lowest speed.

Dosage:  For a cat 1 to 12 pounds:  2-3 tbsp. two to three times daily

(Recipes taken from Pat Lazarus' book Keep Your Cat Healthy the Natural Way pp. 264-5)

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Dr. Pitcairn's Healthy Powder

Mix all ingredients together in a 1 quart container and refrigerate. Add to each recipe as instructed.  You may also add this mixture to commercial food as follows:  1 to 2 teaspoons per day for cats.

(From Dr. Pitcairn's book Natural Health for Dogs and Cats.)

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Dr Pitcairn's Cat Oil Mix

Mix the oils together and store in an air-tight jar. Give cats 1 teaspoon daily

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(Oil recipe taken from Diane Stein's book The Natural Remedy Book for Dogs and Cats.)
 


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