They ate almost all of Friday's breakfast, most of the leftovers being lamb. For a snack they got turkey gizards, but as usual they didn't eat much of that. For late dinner they got turkey back and ate most of that.
For Saturday's lunch they got organ combo. I cut the beef heart into extra small pieces this time and added duck/goose FDR broth. It was a hit, they ate every piece of it. For dinner they got quail.
Doing good! If you want them to eat gizzards better, try doing them for a few meals in a row. It might be that gizzards are never a favorite food, but it's worth a try since gizzards are such a great meal.
Ultimately I'd rather replace their Friday snack with a novelty protein like duck, mouse or rat. The new high end grocery store should be opening up this Fall and I can see if they can get some rarer stuff.
They ate most of Saturday's quail dinner. For Sunday lunch they got turkey and chicken egg and as usual drank almost all of the egg and had a little of the meat. For dinner they got chicken wing.
They didn't eat much of the quail, maybe they're just be tired of it because they have it 4 times per week. For breakfast this morning they got pork kidney and chicken hearts. Reska was hungry for organs.
They ate all of yesterday's breakfast except for a couple slivers. For dinner they got turkey back, but didn't eat that much of it. For breakfast today they got a "normal" sized portion of quail (about 1/3 of one) and they ate almost all of it. For dinner they got chicken wing.
They ate most of Wednesday's dinner, about all of Thursday's heart/liver breakfast (beef heart was again cut into tiny pieces), most of Thursday's quail dinner and almost all of Friday's ground pork/lamb breakfast. For a snack Friday evening I made them turkey gizzard cut up into small slivers and served them in duck/goose FDR broth and they ate almost all of it. For Friday's late dinner they got turkey back.
They ate most of Friday's dinner, almost all of Saturday's organ combo lunch and all but one chunk of Saturday's quail dinner (even after I've been upping the portion size of their quail meals to about 2/5 of a quail instead of 1/3). For Sunday lunch they got turkey thigh and chicken egg.
They ate all of their Sunday lunch. For late Sunday dinner they got chicken wing and ate maybe half of it before it was time for their breakfast this morning. They got chicken hearts and pork kidney slivers.
They ate almost all of yesterday's breakfast and all (except one chunk they pushed off the plate) of their quail dinner. Yesterday's breakfast was supposed to be beef/pork, so they got that meal this morning.
Reska vomited a few times over the course of several minutes this morning, which is odd because I rarely see either of them do this. She did seem interested in breakfast though and came by to check it out as soon as I set it down.
When I came home I found that barely any of their breakfast had been eaten. Reska did poop in the litter box though so she must have eaten some. I cleaned up their pen a bit and changed out their towels, cuddle cup, etc. for clean ones. For dinner they got turkey back. A few hours later they hadn't eaten much of it, so I added a chicken egg to sweeten the deal and I fed them each a little from a spoon to remind them how much they love egg. They both entered the litter box, but there was only one new poop so I can't be sure if it was Copper. But after a their egg sample they both climbed into their bean dig box so they must be feeling OK.
Skimming through some of later thread search results, I couldn't immediately find any posts in this thread mentioning a specific food triggering them to vomit. I had mentioned her vomiting on occasion due to overeating, but that was back in Winter.
By morning they'd eaten most of the egg and a little more of the turkey back. I think they don't like having to deal with larger pieces of it and admittedly this is a pretty tough bone. I'm thawing more turkey back so I might try cutting it into smaller pieces this time around.
The litter box had a few presents in it and they were both moving around while I fixed their breakfast (quail) so they must both be OK.