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I use kibble to make my dog's kongs and then freeze. Before I did with water at room temperature, but I saw that with warm water is much faster. Is there a problem with water at this temperature? Anyone here do that? I had read that it causes loss of nutrients, but I have not read in many reliable sources this, is it true? 1 minute in the microwave is enough to reach the temperature? Thank you! ps: Is there any problem with bacterial growth when I do this?

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