Odor Free Kitchen Compost Pail

08/01/2010
by: Ann Cohen

Our kitchens are the center of activity so when we are composting our kitchen scraps we want our kitchens to be odor free from our composting pail or crock. Many families today are recycling thier kitchen scraps to create organic compost for thier gardens.

Having a kitchen compost pail or crock in your kitchen makes composting much easier and convenient. No daily trips to the compost pile in the cold, snow or rain. And most importantly, no odors in your home.

There are many types of odor free composting pails that are sleek, stylish and will fit in with your decor. No one would even know that you have a compost crock right on your counter! There are compost pails that you can hang right inside your kitchen cabinets that would keep your composting out of sight. These different types of pails and crocks are self contained and can range in size and are easy to clean. What ever your fancy, there is a new and odor free compost pail that will satisfy you. Gone forever are the days of messy kitchen compostables.

Knowing what to compost from your kitchen is the key. Coffee gounds, tea bags, egg shells, waste from fruits such as the rinds, waste from vegetable items such as the peelings are great ingredients to making compost.

Also knowing what NOT to compost is just as important. Items such as bones, grease and oil, cheese, chicken, fat, fish scraps, milk and meat are not compostable items.

Going green in your kitchen is just as easy as going green in your home and you will be creating an organic compost that will benefit your home, family and environment.

Ann Cohen is an organic gardener who loves to share her tips and tricks about organic gardening. "There is nothing better than getting your hands in the soil and watching your plants grow!!! Getting a fresh organic tomato off the vine, it doesn't get any better than that!!!"

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About The Author

Ann Cohen is an organic garden who loves to share her tips and tricks about organic gardening. "There is nothing better than getting your hands in the soil and watching your plants grow!!! Getting a fresh organic tomato off the vine, doesn't get any better than that!!!"

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