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Is my compost ready…now what? It has been the required number of days (roughly 6 weeks) since I left the initial side of the tumbler to do its job. Yay!!! I am so excited and I have been eager to feed my garden with all my cooking. My vegetable peels, banana skin and egg shells[...]
Ready to begin. All items on hand and in position…get ready to save the world!! So what do I do? Step 3: Build some new habits: Sorting household waste into the correct bins is what it is all about. Learning what goes into which bin is the challenge. At my house we have three bins:[...]
Decisions have been made (see how to compost step 1). Now the good bit – let’s go shopping 🙂 Step 2: Tools required for composting at home: Kitchen caddy (click here to see some options) Compost tumbler (click here to see some options) Stationary Compost bin (click here to see some options) A sift/strainer A[...]
Yes, I succeeded to move past my apprehension and embark into this new world of composting at home. And I am LOVING IT!!!!!!!!! I cannot tell you how good it is making me feel and it is surprisingly quite simple. I really had no idea what I was doing at all and for me when[...]
Here is my easy recipe for making the best-ever black gold compost: please click on the recipe for a free printable. Once it has cooked it turns into a dark, crumbly like soil and has a natural earthy aroma. This is your compost…ready for spreading.
I decided to do some research. I wanted to have some facts to substantiate the need for composting in my home, in Australia and in the world. Read more to see what I discovered
Arghhh there is so much to learn…so much to know. Where to start? Sticking with my ground rules KISS (Keeping it simple, silly!) I have chosen one product to begin with. COMPOSTING!!! So it has been exactly 1 week since joining forces with my husband and I actually cannot believe the encounters I have had[...]