Thursday, October 24, 2013
Compost Like a Vampire
1. Be Selective in Your Food Choices
An exclusive regimen of human blood works well for a vampire and you should consider being equally picky when it comes to choosing what to compost. Only place materials that will safely decompose in your bin. No meat, dairy, carnivore manure, oil, plastic, or metal. Here’s a good do and don’t compost list. Old garlic is optional.
2. Wear Black
3. Use the Old to Make the New
It’s common knowledge that you need old vampire blood to make a new vampire. Use a little finished compost when you’re starting a new pile to jump start your compost into action.
Composting does not have to be a pain in the neck, you can follow the advice of these blood-thirsty, creatures of the night to make your life easier. After all, the environment is at stake, so suck it up and compost everything possible, your effort will not be in vein.
More Halloween themed posts: Smashing Pumpkins and Three Warning Signs Your Compost Pile is a Zombie.