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Thanksgiving Leftovers: 2 Easy Food Recycling Tricks

Jello Casserole

Make your Thanksgiving waste free with these simple tips.

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Benefits of Shredding

Green Cycler’s key feature–the ability to shred and grind food scraps to a fraction of their original size. When you think about it, there are plenty of ways to store organic waste in preparation for recycling, worms or compost. But, the glaring gap in other systems (and

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Composting Difficult Items is Easy With Help from the Green Cycler

Anyone who is either brand new to the world of composting or who has been a master composter for many years has undoubtedly come across items that seem particularly difficult to contend with in a compost pile. Two such items are avocados and different types of citrus.

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Million Tomato Compost Campaign Kicks Off With a HUGE Goal!

If you love growing tomatoes as much as we do, you are going to be very interested in learning more about the U.S. Composting Council’s Million Tomato Compost Campaign.  The goal of this campaign is to grow one million tomatoes for community gardens and food banks! The

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Preventing Food Waste is the Ultimate Act of Green – Pledge to Change the Planet on Earth Day 2013

Nearly 1 billion people will pay tribute to the Earth on Monday, April 22, according to EarthDay.org. Given that there are approximately 7 billion inhabitants of the planet, that’s a pretty good participation rate! Earth day is just around the corner! What’s your Earth Day act of

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Don’t Buy Them… Re-Grow Them! 15+ Fruits and Vegetables You Can Grow From Scraps

As tiny sprouts of our springtime flowers emerge for another chance at life, we were reminded to look at our kitchen scraps with the same attitude of renewal. Many fruit and vegetable scraps that are deemed inedible or compost-worthy can be directly re-grown into food that is

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