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In a food processor or blender: 1 pound of chicken livers (the whole carton, juice & all) 2 eggs 2 cups flour (I use brown rice flour. Can substitute: white rice flour, or even wheat flour, or half wheat flour and half corn meal) In blender, process liver & eggs until relatively smooth, add this mixture to the flour, stir to mix Line a jelly roll pan (large cookie sheet with sides) with parchment paper Spread mix in pan - should be about 3/8 inch thick - (1/2 in max & adj your cooking time accordingly) Bake in a 350 degree F oven approx 20 - 30 minutes or till fairly dry but DO NOT overcook (Unless you love the smell of liver cooking, do this on a day when you can open the windows). Cut into small pieces when slightly cool. Keep frozen until ready to use, defrost in microwave or refridgerator.

Liver Treats

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In a food processor or blender: 1 pound of chicken livers (the whole carton, juice & all) 2 eggs 2 cups flour (I use brown rice flour. Can substitute: white rice flour, or even wheat flour, or half wheat flour and half corn meal) In blender, process liver & eggs until relatively smooth, add this mixture to the flour, stir to mix Line a jelly roll pan (large cookie sheet with sides) with parchment paper Spread mix in pan - should be about 3/8 inch thick - (1/2 in max & adj your cooking time accordingly) Bake in a 350 degree F oven approx 20 - 30 minutes or till fairly dry but DO NOT overcook (Unless you love the smell of liver cooking, do this on a day when you can open the windows). Cut into small pieces when slightly cool. Keep frozen until ready to use, defrost in microwave or refridgerator.
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Liver Treats