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    Mindelicious' Vegan Yum Yums

    Cookbook for all my recipes that are VEGAN!!!! I <3 Vegans!! In some cases I have just listed sugar or brown sugar, if you are vegan make sure you are using organic or raw sugar otherwise it's not vegan. I'm pretty sure that is the only item in these recipes that would be iffy. ENJOY!!
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    This recipe was one of my favorites when transitioning to raw foods. This comes from Vanessa Sherwood on Gliving.com and I'm posting it here for safekeeping. Its important to use frozen cherries because when they are defrosted it gives them that great texture. I have also made this using frozen peaches and it was just as good, try your favorite fruit!

    Recipe #426835

    These are my puppy's favorite treats!! I've been trying to come up with stuff that is raw and pure for her because I do believe she has some allergies. I wanted a treat that she enjoyed & didn't add in all the extra junk. You can use one, the other, or BOTH!!!!! The sweet potatoes are more like chews while the apples are more like treats because they don't get quite as hard. These become dense after dehydrating, then when the dog starts to chew them they become chewy, and finally after they've knawed on them for a bit they are gooey!! Dogs do not break down the fruit & vegetable cell walls but these will just pass regardless. She receives plenty of nutrition from her regular meals & I wanted a treat I wouldn't feel bad giving her a ton off....especially during the training process. This recipe makes enough for WEEKS....well I cut them smaller since I have a young one so might not last as long for a big dog. Hope your doggy enjoys!! Punk goes absolutely insane when she hears the bag rustling that the sweet potatoes are in...she LOVES THESE!!

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