That would probably work Ok for a single ferret for making soupie or small slivers. But I would think you wouldn't fit enough chunks in one of those for a bone in meal once your pieces increase size. When I was on the soupie stage I would freeze in ice cube trays (that I used only for meat) and then pop them all into a bag once frozen. Then I could take out as many cubes as needed.
For soups they would be pretty ideal, or if you feed commercial frozen raw.
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Post by Corvidophile on Nov 22, 2015 18:37:02 GMT -5
Yeah, these are basically ketchup holding cups. 2oz means 2oz maximum capacity of perfectly smooth liquid, 4oz would give you opportunity space for something a little lumpier. They remind me of the time my mother in law got a new Tupperware collection and it came with the funkiest little cups, I was already laughing at them in the drawer, but then I opened the fridge and there was one in use- holding a single sliced strawberry. I nearly passed out laughing.
Well they do come in different sizes, I actually bought the 4oz version to store soups and chunks for the future. I was just wondering if anyone else had thought of using them, since they seem like really easy to use and store.
I also ordered a freezer chest to store all my meats in, I am so excited.
I use the mini ziploc (4 oz) containers and they worked great! Well, they worked great when I fed a business of two small girls... A lot less convenient now that I have a big boy who eats more than them combined