That's both the base birdie bread recipe and the veggie/fruit mash that I feed.
I have since changed the components of my birdie bread---but the basic 'flour/flour substitute' and add water/juice n egg/egg substitute is the same.
Right now (because I'm still figuring it all out to get exactly what she needs) she's eating a muffin comprised of pureed millet, amaranth, buckwheat, wild rice, quinoa, chickpeas, mung beans, aduki beans and lentils. I'll be switching this to flour (she's picking bits out right now) and adding chia seeds as egg replacer instead of applesauce because she's not maintaining muscle mass as I would like so she needs more protein and fat. I'll be adding hemp seeds as well.
Quinoa needs to be rinsed for a while very well in cold water to remove the saponin on the hulls.
Then, add 2 parts water to 1 part quinoa to a pot, boil, once it boils you simmer it for 15-20 minutes.
1 cup dry quinoa makes about 3 cups cooked quinoa.