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I don’t compost, but I do keep my rinsed eggshells and once I have a big pile full I put them in the blender….
…and turn them into powder to spread out in the garden.
If you try this, be forewarned…
…you will have egg dust comin’ at you when you remove the lid…
…and it really doesn’t smell that pleasant.
Do you put anything in your garden such as
eggshells, leaves, or coffee grounds to help the soil?
I’d love more ideas!
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