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Food Waste (Part 3) ; Make Soil Not Trash: The Ins and Outs of Composting

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Wherever you live  — whether in a house or an apartment, whether you have outdoor access or not, whether you garden or not — you will get SOMETHING out of this episode. (WARNING: I get pretty excited about composting!) This episode covers EVERYTHING you need to know: what type of bin to use, where to place it, what to fill it with, what not to fill it with ? basically how to reduce the outrageous 40% of food we waste in our homes. 

(Click here for composting tips and to enter a giveaway to win my favorite compost bin!)


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