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Food & Grocery What do you do for food waste?

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  1. SMBbelly

    SMBbelly DI New Member

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    No feeding to dogs… no space for making compose…
    Try to eat all I cooked…

    Wondering how do you do your food waste?

    Thanks!
     
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    If you won't feed it to dogs/animals or compost it you need to throw it away in the trash.
     
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    Someone of my wifes relatives told me to be very careful with compost. Because it is moist and warm, snakes like to hide there.
    We put everything in a small plastic bag, tie it up and put it in the garbage bin.
     
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    What is the next destination after your garbage bin? I live in places both with and without garbage collection and not easy to handle always if there is no collection
     
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    Thanks Kelpguy, compose is the 1st thing I thought. No room for compose unfortunately…
    offered to neighbors but now they said their pig didn't eat it =(
    More of it are fruit skin, banana/pinapppine/watermelon, cut off veggies and meat…

    Same problem I face here, garbage collection only once a week, it smells sitting in the heat and rats are just another problem!
     
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    We give ours to the SIL for her Turkeys, seems them critters will eat just about anything. :bag:
     
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    I had an acquaintance there who asked for leftover veggies and such for her goats. I was under the impression, though, that pigs eat just about anything and everything, so that makes me question what your neighbor said that theirs wont eat it....
     
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    i had the same experience once and i was told it was because the pig was being raised to sell for meat and most buyers preferred the flavor of pigs raised on store bought pig food.
     
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    It remind me when I bought a pig private (read no tax) then the kitchen start smell of fish haha, of course, it was feed with fish waste. I live in an apartment but if I had space, for sure I would make compost, just take care for snakes when you turn it.
     
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