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The Ultimate Fresh Feeder Christmas Gift Guide

Updated: Mar 5, 2022

Christmas is just around the corner, which means last-minute gift buying! Here’s an easy gift guide for the fresh food feeders (and eaters) in your life. This is a compiled list of things that any raw feeder would love.

Mason Jars

Mason jars are a must! They're great for storing herbs, meats, bone broth, and more. These are easy to pick up pretty much anywhere, and you can even dress the jar up by filling it up with some single-ingredient treats.

Prep Containers

Prep containers fall into the same category as mason jars since they're something there can never be enough of. Stainless steel or glass prep containers are more durable than plastic ones. You can pick them up locally at any Target, Walmart, or Amazon.

Raw Feeding Merch

@gspquinn (on IG) has an amazing store that sells "My Dog Likes It Raw" merch! It's so cute, and there are so many versatile products, from hoodies to aprons. Raw Feeding Miami also has some adorable tees too.

Silicone Molds

Silicone molds are so handy to have as a raw feeder. Great for making fun recipes to prepping for ease. There are a plethora of adorable molds on Amazon for any time of the year.

Cutting Board

Nothing makes prepping easier than a nice big cutting board. Bamboo or wood is the most non-toxic option—the ones with a groove on the outside to catch any myoglobin drippage while cutting.


Everyone loves new supplements! Some quality supplement companies are:

Single-Ingredient Treats & Chews

Any gift for a dog is a gift for the owner too. So why not get them some quality single-ingredient treats? There are so many wonderful companies such as:


For those who love making home creations, a dehydrator is a perfect gift! They're super affordable, compact, and user-friendly. The Presto dehydrator is perfect for making homemade treats, chews, dehydrating nuts & seeds, and more. To learn more about dehydrating treats & chews, click here.

Meat Grinder

A must-have for any DIY raw feeder. This meat grinder is not only wallet-friendly but will last you longer than a week! This won't be able to grind bone but can handle muscle meat & organs fantastic.


Check out this article for more about raw feeding and knives. There's no favored brand, but a sharp knife is a good knife. A quality knife will cost around $30-80.

Kitchen Shears

Sometimes scissors are 10X more effective than knives! The Kitchen Aid Utility Shears or the OXO Good Grip Poultry Shears as wallet-friendly options. But if you want to splurge on your fellow raw feeder, Cutco is the best shears out there.


Every fresh feeder needs one of these in their toolkit. A great option is the Etekcity Food Scale, plus it comes with a bowl.

Non-Toxic Cleaner

If you have animals, you're pretty much always cleaning up after them, whether it's after meal prep or just in general. Gifting a non-toxic cleaner such as Seventh Generation or Force of Nature can make cleaning a lot easier!

Food Processor

For making a homemade veggie mix, pureeing nuts & seeds, and for all the other concoctions raw feeders create, a food processor makes the whole creation process much easier.


This is a pricier gift, but you will make a raw feeder's whole year if you gift them a freezer. It's most reliable if it's new, but you can get a steal of a deal on places such as Facebook or Craigslist.


Another pricier gift but another dream item for any raw feeder. These can be used to make homemade treats, store food, herbs, and so much more. Harvest Right seems to be the most reliable brand.

Gift Cards

Many raw feeding suppliers, such as Raw Feeding Miami, offer gift cards on their website. A super-easy way to support someone passionate about fresh feeding.

Now you hopefully have a better idea of what to gift the raw feeder in your life this holiday season!

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