Recipe: Spent Grain Dog Treats

order provigil uk Last weekend, Topher got an introduction to home brewing beer. And by introduction, we mean he got underfoot, then got malt extract dropped on him. Poor guy (not). Brewing typically yields a few by products other than beer, one of those being spent grain: the residue of malt and grain which remains in the mash-kettle after the mashing and lautering process. When Bryan asked if we should keep this wet, mushy collection of grains, I had no idea what to do with it, but I agreed; surely we’d find something. Shortly after, Topher lost his marbles trying to get at the tupperware container we stored it in, and I started looking for spent grain dog treats.

Choosing Topher, Choosing Adoption

try this web-site For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to own a dog. It’s a pretty standard dream for any kid: the puppy that follows you wherever you go, sleeps with you at night, and is your partner in crime in all your escapades. However, that dream never came true for me – there were just too many hurdles. Too many kids in the house, allergies, too many other activities demanding attention, and too much time away from the house. By the time dog ownership became a reality for me, I was in college. I still wanted a dog, of course, but my dream had shifted a bit from the childhood fantasy. It had come a little closer to reality. Owning a dog in college seemed more of a hassle than anything – there was no way I could give another living thing the attention it deserved in that kind of an environment. I resolved to wait a little longer.