cottage cheese isn't a meal. dogs actually can't digest dairy.
an egg can be a good add-on to a meal but, again, it isn't a meal. once a day at most for a dog that small
no, don't measure in fluid ounces.
you can buy frozen quail at the grocery store, it depends.
rawdogranch.com is a good resource as a menu playing.
there are many different brands of pre-made raw. they come in patties, chubs (rolls), and they even have dry kibble that has flash frozen raw in it.
if you are buying raw from the grocery store, it isn't going to be cheap, even for a small dog. you're going to need a good chunk of freezer space to store up the necessary variety of protein sources so that you can keep them varied as well as taking advantage of meat sales, neighbors cleaning out old freezer-burned meat from their freezers and hunters who have scraps.
when starting a raw diet, you need to start off with one protein that you know she isn't bothered by - if your current kibble is chicken based, then start with that. feed that for a week. a bit of canned pumpkin (pure pumpkin, not pie filling) can ease tummy troubles.
if she is having a lot of diarrhea, you likely around adding the proper amount of bone. 50% of her daily meals should be muscle meat (heart and tongue are good big pieces of meat you can often get for cheap!). 45% RMB (raw meaty bones). 5% organ meat.
here is a direct link to figuring out the amounts you need to feed her. http://rawdogranch.com/rawfeeding/howtofeedraw/howmuch.html