No - all of the meals that we make are gently cooked, rather than raw.
We choose to gently cook our food at a low temperature which we believe increases palatability, hygiene and digestibility. Our process kills any harmful bacteria or parasites that may be present, and we’ve found that dogs much prefer the taste of our cooked food when compared with our raw recipe!
Here’s the sciency bit: when it comes to a nutritional comparison, we ran some tests. We tested our raw recipe versus our cooked recipe to see how heat sensitive vitamins react to our cooking process. We cook at very low temperatures so we wanted to show that our process doesn’t harm the nutrients present.
Vitamin B1 is very sensitive to heat exposure, and we observed between a 0-0.7% reduction in Vitamin B1 levels after cooking when compared to our raw recipe. This validated our hypothesis that our cooking process is very gentle and doesn't cause destruction of available nutrients. Lovely!