i invested in two of those heavy duty black plastic tumbling composters when they were on sale at the end of the season. i live in the country and foraging critters are an issue. one is quite large and up next to the house for easy access and continuous kitchen waste. the smaller one is right in the garden, but i do not put weeds gone to seed into it. i use the cold process and add microrganisms as needed. they should be nice and ready this year.
No-Nos: no dairy, no meats, no bones, no seafood shells, no diseased green stuff
OK: some non-inked paper, coffee grounds with filters galore, all fruit peels and skins, fresh veggies, eggshells.
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