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(Mother Nature Network)   50 ways to reuse your garbage. Keep this list handy for the next time when your siblings show up unannounced at your door and throw a surprise intervention to try and convince you that you're a hoarder   ( divider line
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5273 clicks; posted to Main » on 06 Apr 2014 at 10:25 AM (3 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2014-04-06 12:05:30 PM  
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Ok, I will admit that if something can be re-used, I will try to get a second life out of it.  But, only if it will involve minimal effort.  For example, I got a little plastic carton of French's fried onion bits as a gag gift.  Once the yummy bits were eaten, the little carton became a first-aid kit for the car.  It's little, holds ointment, bandaids, tweezers, etc., and is mostly waterproof.  But, reweaving cloth?  Are you freaking kidding me!?!
2014-04-06 10:58:59 AM  
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StreetlightInTheGhetto: Bacon grease for the birds: f--king kidding me. I used to keep a bit in the fridge for boiling potatoes - a bit of grease keeps em from boiling over - til I realized a bit of butter works just as well.

Chilled bacon grease also works in any situation where you would use crisco; I use it to make flour tortillas that taste better than anything you can buy at a store or restaurant.  Feeding it to the birds, now THAT would be wasteful.
2014-04-06 10:57:17 AM  
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SeedFreak: They left out one of the best uses for recycles ~ Winter Sowing!

This is how to do a milkjug right.

//ismywebsite ;-)

Holy crap your ideas are actually intriguing to me. The SO used to work in the garden section of a local grocery so we have more trays/cells/pots than we'd ever need but still, awesome. I need to get back on garden web.

/currently in my backyard looking at row covers
//and just about to throw 372 native plant seeds in trays outdoors to soak up a day of sun
2014-04-06 10:48:54 AM  
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They left out one of the best uses for recycles ~ Winter Sowing!

This is how to do a milkjug right.

//ismywebsite ;-)
2014-04-06 10:32:58 AM  
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Oh boy I just love the craft time with trash. F*ck you for posting the link with like 10 things that have the practicality but are the common sense.
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