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Raw Fermented Beef Recipe

Our cleanfood feast serves as a complete diet. It’s created with pasture-raised, grassfed and grass-finished beef.
A nourishing protein that’s a clean source of energy. Following nature, this recipe offers an optimal 1:1 fat
to protein ratio. Wild-fermented organic vegetables, pasture-raised non-GMO fermented chicken eggs round out the nourishment, with no need for supplements.
This highly bioavailable meal is low in carbohydrates,
too, for those considering a diabetic-appropriate or ketogenic diet for a pet.

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• 20 - 2 lb Chubs, 40 lb box

• 20 - 1 lb Chubs, 20 lb box

• 12 - 1 lb Chubs, 12 lb box

Raw Fermented Beef Recipe

Ingredients

Beef, beef heart, beef liver, beef kidney, ground
beef bone, chicken eggs, organic beets, organic
green squash, organic broccoli, whey, cod liver,
butter, montmorillonite, vitamin E supplement.

Pet Nutrition Facts and
Suggested Daily Servings

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Storage and Handling
Keep frozen. Thaw on plate or in sink. Empty contents and store in temperature-safe glass container. Refrigerate after serving. Stays fresh 7 days after opening. Refreeze after 7 days

if needed.

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Use

  • Serve as a complete calorie-dense diet

  • Full panel ingredients: 90% meat, organs and bone, 10% wholefoods with an ideal 1:1 fat to protein ratio

  • No need for additional food, supplements,
    or additives

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Nutrient Dense Raw Food

  • Pasture raised, grassfed and grass finished beef

  • Optimal 1:1 fat to protein ratio, a recipe balance

       following nature

  • Clean source of energy

  • Wild fermented organic vegetables

  • Pasture-raised, non-gmo fermented chicken eggs

  • Billions of probiotics and hundreds of live, diverse cultures

  • Safe, nutrient-rich wholefood

  • Anti-inflammatory diet

  • Less than 2% carbohydrates

Best Way to Serve
After thawing, portion chubs accordingly and use

a digital weight scale or measuring cup to calculate. Best to serve at room temperature.