Xisca Nicolas wrote:Are mealworms really edible after such a diet?
Now my waste mostly comes from some food packaging I can still not avoid. And I do not keep meat and fish packaging for long! I have also been wondering how I can freeze my own meat without plastic… Glass is not feasible because too much too heavy and meat sticks so you have to leave it in the jar. Paper? It sucks the water…
I reuse bottles I find as mini plant warmers, and protection against lizards.
Xisca Nicolas wrote:In the US they talk about making compost in 1 month which I found very fast...
I Europe I have found that they talk about a 1 year process.
Jack Edmondson wrote:However, I don't know if I am setting up competing networks (although they will take years to reach one another); or if they will fill in and become symbiotic to one another?
Ian Young wrote:Ah, I think we've accidentally conflated two very different methods of body "disposition" because the bill in Washington legalized both of them. There's liquid cremation aka alkaline hydrolysis, and then there's human composting, which is quite literally composting.
r ranson wrote:Have you ever reached out to someone from your distant past to say "thank you for having a positive influence on my life"?