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Hi guys, anyone here uses cooked vegetables in kong? I recently started with them, I'm picking up sweet potatoes, carrots, pumpkins and sometimes a fruit, banana type, kneading everything, mixing it and putting it in the kong. Do you add some water to make the puree? I realized that after cooking they are very soft, so I can knead. In your experience, is it only that the kong gets frozen in the freezer? I'm thinking of adding kibble to make more volume, just do not know if dry or wet. Thank you.
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