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- High-Fat Dairy: Cheese, butter, heavy cream, yogurt. Fats and Oils: Coconut oil, butter, lard, olive oil and cod fish liver oil. If you need to lose weight, be careful with the cheese and nuts because they’re easy to overeat on. Don’t eat more than one piece of fruit per day. Maybe Eat Tubers: Potatoes, sweet potatoes and some others.
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Techniques & recipes to give your gluten-free sourdough baking a lift!
Our Gluten-free Sourdough eBook features:
- 198 pages including 66 recipes
- Introduction to Working with Gluten-free Sourdough
- A Guide to Binders in Gluten-free Sourdough Baking
- A Guide to Flour Substitutions
- Using Gluten-free Sourdough Boosters
- How to Make a Gluten-free, All-Purpose Flour Blend
- Gluten-free Sourdough Paleo Options
- Plus recipes for Gluten-free Sourdough Quick Breads, Muffins, Flat Breads, Desserts, and more!
Learn to make delicious, probiotic drinks at home!
Our Water Kefir eBook features:
- 129 pages including 24 recipes
- The Origin of Water Kefir
- Composition of Water Kefir Grains
- A Comparison: Milk Kefir and Water Kefir
- Water Kefir vs. Kombucha
- Water Kefir: A Kid-friendly Beverage
- How to Make Water Kefir
- Caring for Water Kefir
- Flavoring Water Kefir
- Plus 24 Recipes for Flavoring and Using Water Kefir
Learn how to ferment your vegetables, naturally!
Our Lacto-fermentation eBook features:
- 200 pages including 64 recipes
- What is Lacto-fermentation?
- A Basic Formula for Fermenting Vegetables and Preparation Techniques
- Choosing Ingredients and Equipment
- Tips and Tricks for Addressing Common Fermentation Challenges
- How to Know When Your Vegetables Are Ready for Cold Storage
- Why Your Ferment Grew Mold, What You Can Do with It, and How to Prevent It
- An Introduction to Culturing Fruit
- How to Make Fermented Vegetable Juices
- Plus 64 Recipes for Vegetables, Fruits, and Condiments
Learn how to make homemade milk kefir.
Our Milk Kefir eBook features:
- 155 pages including 35 recipes
- What is Kefir?
- How to Make Dairy Kefir
- How to Use Dairy Kefir
- Creamy Herb Kefir Dressing
- Blue Cheese and Walnut Kefir Dip
- Chocolate Kefir Bread
- Oatmeal Kefir Muffins
- Kefir Ice Cream
- Plus 30 more recipes using kefir
Everything you need to know to make perfect yogurt at home.
Our Yogurt eBook features:
- 180 pages including 40 recipes
- What is Yogurt?
- Yogurt Basics
- Choosing Your Milk
- Alternative Milks (Soy, Nut, Rice, etc.)
- Choosing a Yogurt Starter
- Enhancing Yogurt: Thickening and Flavorings
- How to Make Greek-style Yogurt
- Plus so much more including 40 recipes using your homemade yogurt
Learn to make fermented kombucha tea at home.
Our Kombucha eBook features:
- 130 pages including 27 recipes
- What Is Kombucha?
- Obtaining a Kombucha Scoby
- How to Make Kombucha
- Flavoring and Bottling Kombucha
- Setting Up a Continuous Brewing System
- Taking a Break from Making Kombucha
- Uses for Extra Kombucha Scobys
- Creative Ways to Use Kombucha Tea
- Plus so much more including 27 recipes for using kombucha
Learn all about the art of making cheese at home.
Our Cheesemaking eBook features:
- 280 pages including detailed instructions for making 50 varieities of cheese
- Detailed information on cheese making processes and procedures to produce reliable tasty cheese
- Advice for choosing equipment and ingredients
- Instructions for wrapping, waxing, aging, and smoking hard cheeses
- Ideas for flavoring soft cheeses
- 39 recipes for using your homemade cheese including appetizers, main dishes, and desserts
Learn the fundamentals of sourdough baking at home.
Our Sourdough eBook features:
- 200 pages including 50 recipes
- Basic Principles of Working with Sourdough
- Switching Your Sourdough to a New Type of Flour
- Taking a Break from Working with Sourdough
- Short vs. Long Fermentation in Sourdough Baking
- Artisan Loaves from Your Kitchen Oven
- Manipulating the Sourness of Your Sourdough
- Using a Bread Machine to Make Sourdough
- How to Adapt a Recipe to Become a Sourdough Recipe
- Troubleshooting Sourdough and FAQs
- Plus so much more including 50 recipes for using sourdough
Hamsters can feed on cheese without much ado although moderation is wise.
The preferred cheese for feeding your hamster would be mild cheese or cottage cheese.
If you opt for the mild cheese the best ration per animal is only a serving of few shreds of cheese once or twice per month.
With cottage cheese, a teaspoon full once a week will do just well.
Cheese contains a variety of vitamins and minerals that are good for hamsters.
I try to give my Mr. Bubbles a little piece of cheese every other week. If you have a small hamster like a Russian Dwarf Hamster, it should be no more than that.
Also, make sure no cheese falls down in the hamster bedding and spoils.
What others treats can I give my hamster?
Hamsters thrive on a high variety diet. Fruit and vegetables are with some exceptions a good and healthy choice that add antioxidants and healthy fats to a diet. In addition, food like meat and cheese can be important protein sources…
… and watching your hamster feast on its treats is sure to give you a warm and even proud feeling!
If you’re ever unsure about feeding your hamster a particular food, just don’t do it. Likewise, if your hamster ate something you’re not sure about, call your vet.
To answer the most common items given as treats (and some items not to give you hammy) we’ve put together a hamsterific infographic you can get below.
3-Step System for Testing New Hamster Treats
When I introduce new treats for my Hamster, Mr. Bubbles, there is a 3-step system I use every time to ensure it’s good for his little stomach.
How To Test New Hamster Treats
- Make sure its fresh, washed and doesn’t contain any pesticide (i.e. purchase organic treats)
- Test if your hamster can eat the treat. This is done by giving a little test piece and waiting a couple of days watching for any symptoms
- Introduce the treat into your hamster’s diet at more regular intervals over the coming weeks
Best Hamster Food
Besides giving your hamster treats, it is very important to give it the right kind of hamster food.
There is a lot of food out there with one of the following traits:
- Not enough protein in it
- Becomes dusty
- Your hamster simply don’t like it and leave a lot of food
That’s why, we have done the research and recommend the following three products, that are none of the above, and instead are the backbone of a good hamster diet.
Interested in other treats for your hamster?
Other feeding tips for your hamster:
1. Provide fresh water every day. The water bottle should be frequently checked for any dirt or leaks to avoid contamination of the water. It is also good to monitor your hamster’s water intake because a reduction of water intake can mean you need to visit the vet.
2. Remove any remnants of feed to avoid rotting- this is especially for fresh fruits, vegetables, and powdered food which tend to grow mould / bacteria.
3. Do not overfeed on vegetables to avoid diarrhoea. Overfeeding on sugary fruits and treats is also discouraged because it tends to cause obesity in your pet.
4. When introducing a new kind of feed to your hamster, you should first give a small amount and observe for a week for any negative reaction to the food. If there is no negative reaction, then the feed is safe for consumption for your hamster. A sudden change in the diet of your pet may cause stress.
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You are now well equipped to start feeding all kinds of treats to your hamster.
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If you have any questions around any treat we have not covered please leave a comment below – we’ll be around to answer it.