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This is what about $5 worth of dehydrated chicken hearts produces:


At $2.69/pound, the meat wasn’t on sale. They came from the grocery store that tends to have less fat on their chicken hearts, so I barely had to trim anything. Slicing each heart in half before throwing it into the dehydrator also stretches out the portions.


This’ll last a month or two, in combination with other treats. I keep one container at a time in the fridge (they’re smaller than they appear). The rest go in the freezer until needed.