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Why I Make Zero-Waste Tasty Videos



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compost in wire bin in garden
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winter compost bin in garden
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Layered compost in a compost container
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Winter compost bin in garden
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CU as abov
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saving still edible food
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polar bear (ursus maritimus)
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thousands of black kites foraging on a huge rubbish dump
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raccoons with young ones running on grass
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cheese
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steak
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male hands in rich soil
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flipping a lot of ground plant. mixing a bunch of plants
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filling up the wheelbarrow
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composting
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germinating plants
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a carrot from peeling to compost and planting
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growing green plants agriculture time lapse
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mountainous landscape
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Aerial view
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Vertical Aerial View
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  1. I pick up beef fat from the butcher, they just throw it out. I fry it and chop it up into little bits and mix in whatever I eat, poor the grease in too!

    Keto is fun.

  2. Well probably the most baffling thing about this video is the fact that you speak of not letting things go to waste… But when you cut the vegetables you throw / put in that bin a good part of them. For instance the red bellpeper… That was like 1/4 of it… I can agree that letting things go to waste is a bad thing. But the same can be said about cutting produce just for the big chunks that look appealing.

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