What can you do with food scraps?

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Have you ever tried to compost food scraps at home? If you haven’t let’s take a few moments to read the benefits listed below:

• Easy and inexpensive way to grow a healthy and sustainable garden

• Reduces the need for chemical fertilizers and pesticides

• Keeps food scraps out of landfills

If this idea is appealing to you, I encourage you to try it out and provide me your comments below. This week’s blog will focus on the food scraps that may be composted at home. The 12/2/2014 blog will focus on three easy and reliable composting methods.

Please see below for food scraps that may be composted:

Fruits
Crate of Vegetables
Sourdough Loaf
Chocolate Chip Cookies

Meringue Kisses

Coffee Beans

Green Tea Leaves

Traditional Spices in Market

Please see below for food scraps that may not be composted:

Cold Meats
Silver Fish
Blue Cheese Crumbles

Work Cited:

“Backyard Composting It’s Only Natural.” EPA. n.d. Web Oct. 2009.

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