Soup Stock, and Coco

Widdershins Worlds

We always recycle, reuse, repurpose everything that we can here on Widder Island. We also create lovely piles of compost from our garden and kitchen waste. Everything organic, except meat, goes into the compost bins, and is covered in a layer of leaves, grass clippings, that sort of thing, then left to its own devices. We don’t turn it or add anything special. We rotate through three bins and when one is full we empty it on a compost pile to age some more, then it goes onto the gardens … to grow things that contribute their little bit to the on-going cycle.

Recently I started recycling our veggie scraps …

Anything that isn’t actually moldy or rotten Anything that isn’t actually moldy or rotten

… and freeze them until we got a full bag …

Large-size freezer bag Large-size freezer bag

… and then boil ‘em up for a few hours …

Bubble, bubble, veggie trouble Bubble, bubble, veggie trouble

… I usually…

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