Hi shamarlife! I let the cooked veggies cool overnight and the next morning I took them out to the compost bin. The only thing I’ve read is that they can’t have any butter or oils on them. Hope that helps!
A new thing I’m trying out. Each week I save all of our vegetable scraps and keep them in a container in the fridge. Normally I put them in the compost.
Sometimes I also pre-cut some vegetables so that they are ready to use during the week and the scraps go directly in the pot. I just add water and cook for a few hours. It’s made the best vegetable stock!
Ingredients = anything and everything
A friend who reads this blog was joking around with me asking where I get the stuff I write in my notebook (which can be seen in various photos). Since I’m trying so many new things this year I’ve made notes from all 4 of these books. For anyone that was curious.
The oregano coming back from last year.
I can’t tell you how much I love my clothes line. Yes, it was expensive, but in my opinion worth every penny. I use it year round both outside & inside. http://www.mrspeggshandyline.com/index.php
Sometimes it’s hard to buy something like this over the Internet. But in case anyone is looking, I would for sure recommend!