Jello has been an American crowd pleaser since its creation in 1897. It is a sweet treat that can often be found at potlucks and family reunions. And when it’s served, it usually goes fast! And, if you have dogs present at these events, you may be wondering if they can join in on the…

Mustard, a condiment made from mustard seeds, has been around since the Stone Age. Today, it is one of the most versatile condiments everywhere from Southeast Asian to European and American cultures.  It is a key player at barbeques, but what about your dogs lurking around waiting for dropped food and leftovers. Can dogs eat mustard?…

Mint is both a refreshing and versatile herb. It can be used in sweets, tea, and a lot more. It’s extract, made from the essential oils of mint leaves, is also commonplace in the culinary world. Mint is very widespread, and grows in many gardens. If you are a dog owner you may be wondering…

Beans, beans, the magical fruit! They are a staple in a lot of households, and for good reason. They are versatile, delicious, inexpensive, and quite nutritious.  There are so many types and colors of beans out there. One of the most popular bean types out there are black beans. And, if you are a dog…

Have you ever tried lima beans? They are a type of legume that originally came from South America. You may know them by their slew of other names including butter bean, sieva bean or wax bean. Multiple names aside, they are a very healthy vegetable protein source for humans.  And, if you are a dog…

Citrus fruits have always been a delightful and versatile type of food. They contain a lot of benefits such as vitamins and minerals for us humans.  Most of the time, citrus fruits contain vitamin C, which is essential in strengthening our immune systems.  While we will eat some citrus fruits, like an orange or grapefruit,…

We have previously discussed “Can Dogs Eat Chickpeas?”. This legume is a great plant-based source of fiber and protein. They are readily available across the world and are a staple in many cuisines from Mediterranean to Northern African, and Southwest Asian. Equally as popular is what you can make from chickpeas with the addition of…