If you ever wanted to SEE some of the recipes included in our 3 book Cookbook set, here is your teaser!
This is a complete guide on Parrot Nutrition.
We teach you how through a healthy diet you can prevent and remedy disease, improve your bird's behavior, avoid nutritional deficiencies, save money on vet bills and save $ on pelleted diets.
This set includes:
- Cooking For Parrots (our main cookbook that includes 73 recipes to help convert your picky eating parrot into a healthy eater, + our seasonal feeding system recipes!)
- Healthy Holidays (our holiday cookbook with fun holiday themed recipes)
- Sharing the Table With Your Bird (recipes you can make for yourself and not feel guilty sharing with your parrot)
- What to feed your bird when you don't have time to cook
- How often to provide specific foods to your bird (eggs, fish, fruit, veggies, legumes and grains)
- Preferred cooking methods for parrots
- Safe, unsafe and "to serve with caution" food lists
- Nutritional loss explained and understood
- Foraging, Freezing and Sprouting
- The BirdTricks Diet; a seasonal feeding system that ensures complete nutrition for your bird every day, year round
Through The Womachs' creative use of natural flavor, texture, shapes and colors in food preparation, pet birds can take large steps towards optimizing and diversifying their diet with new healthy foods. This book provides exceptional tools for any bird owner wishing to extend their pet's life through good nutrition.
-Paul Stewart, DVM www.avianexoticpetclinic.com
Our FAQ covers topics like grain/sprout/veggie/legume and pasta substitutions, how to convert temperatures and measurements into methods used in your country, how often to feed the BT Diet, how to find the correct amount of uncooked grains for cooked grains, what portions are appropriate to feed your species of parrot and how to freeze (and what amount to freeze) for your bird's daily meals.
These recipes were "taste tested" by our very own budgies, cockatiels, quaker parrot, African grey parrot, cockatoos, and macaws to demonstrate that they can be adapted to any size parrot; smallest to largest.