Is “Smug” a Compost Catalyst?

Compost advice from CaliforniaCan “smug” be a compost catalyst? Because I get a squiggle of self-satisfaction every evening when I tap my used coffee grounds into my kitchen compost pail, knowing that they will wind up in my backyard bin along with bread heels, egg shells, fallen fruit, and even shredded bank statements. In the spring, I slide up the panel at the base of the compost bin, and out pours black gold, made from a year’s worth of garbage, ready to mix with my potting soil. Here, the State of California walks us through the basics of composting at home.


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