I doubt she would feel better after eating what she cooked
I post too slow DA.
When I wrote about the egg and sugar - I hadn't read what you wrote about the packet cake - so far we'd only gotten flour and milk in proportion for making glue.I have no idea what you are on about sorry, Hyacinth. ???
As for eating it to feel better, you wrote somewhere else about feeling cranky. Low blood sugar / not enough food can make me cranky or over react to things that normally don't bother me.
OIY - Are you dissing my cake recipe? Ok - horses look nervous when I cook - but still
If you haven't got any kitchen scales to weigh the food - you aren't going to be able to follow the kibble feed amount recommendation.
Do you know anyone with a set of kitchen scales? Ask around? Does your school have scales in the science or home ec classrooms?
I don't know what brand of kibble you're using so I can't say how much 1 measuring cup / 250ml would weigh.
But I guess you could start by using a 200ml yogurt tub - and assume you can get 100gm of kibble into it, so if you divide that into two meals with treats - maybe feed half to 3/4 per meal and see how that works. Start with half and if it's gone in 30 seconds, add half again ie 1/4 tub?
It depends, because that method would not work with most labradors or very piggy dogs - they'd finish the entire 15kg bag of kibble if you let them. They'd be sorry later but they'd still give it their best shot.
Showers are really good for pressing shirts too - just leave them in the room whilst you shower and the humidity will do the job
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