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The Amazing Opportunitites in Coffee Pulp Recycling
Coffee Grounds in the garden / Ground to Ground

The Amazing Opportunitites in Coffee Pulp Recycling

Photos taken by Zach Latimore on Finca Idealista Farm, Matagalpa, Nicaragua For most people, coffee grounds represent the “end” of the coffee process. Everything that has happened to those beans since they were picked from the tree has been done with the end goal of roasting them, grinding them, and then brewing coffee with them. … Continue reading

How Hidden Chicken Eggs are Part of a Vast Hidden Food Network
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How Hidden Chicken Eggs are Part of a Vast Hidden Food Network

On Monday there were four eggs in the chicken coop. That’s great, one each! On Tuesday there were three eggs in the coop. Yeah that happens with chickens over 18 months, three out of four is good. On Wednesday two. On Thursday one. On Friday – none 😦 Something of a trend don’t you think? I looked everywhere for … Continue reading

Ground to Ground

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Originally posted on vegetablurb:
60 pounds Of coffee grounds. Almost a good start for a Dr. Seuss book. I’m pretty sure that nobody cares about some yahoo in Michigan picking up free used coffee grounds for his compost pile. But the thing is, there’s a small possibility that someone is just waking up on a…