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Sunday, January 18, 2015

I Microwaved a Himalayan Dog Chew...

The packaging for our Himalayan Dog Chews says that it can be microwaved when just a tiny piece is left. Nuke it for 45 seconds, and then another 30 seconds if it isn't fully puffed. It's basically a giant Yaky Charm. I've been waiting for Brisbane to finish a Himalayan Dog Chew for weeks now, and it finally happened.
Before.

After 45 seconds.

After 30 more seconds.

The resulting puff was light and crunchy. Brisbane found it delicious.

5 comments:

  1. What happens if you microwave the entire original chew? Does it act like the Stay-Puff Marshmallow Man and rampage the city, or just sort of gurgle horribly like a microwaved Gremlin?

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    1. Lol, I'm pretty sure it would just puff up to several times its original size. I like your ideas better though...

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  2. Mine didn't puff up so I microwaved it again and the plate exploded. Thanks...

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    1. I think you've gotta soak it for like 5 minutes, but seriously you might want to think about new plates.

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  3. I was not comfortable feeding such a hard chew to my dogs, fearing tooth breakage, so I microwaved a smaller piece and cut it in half afterwards for the dogs to share. It was much more spongy and in my opinion safer to eat. I am planning on breaking the two large chews i have left with a hammer and microwaving the small pieces. The 3-4" piece that I split afterward was microwaved for about a minute 20. Both dogs devoured their "yak puffs". I will try to break my 8-10" sticks down even smaller for easier cooking. The plate did get quite hot and it was a bit risky cutting the 4 incher in half with a big knife.

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