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PostPosted: Thu Jul 15, 2004 3:17 pm 
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does anyone know if non-dairy creamer can be put into the compost pile? a freind is wanting to dump it in there instead of throwing it down the drain but i didn't have a good answer for her.
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Absolutely!

Any food that you would normally put in your mouth or in your food table, is perfectly fine for the microherd and earthworms in a compost pile.

Just make sure no matter what foods you put in a pile, always cover it up with extra browns like leaves, etc. , in order to mask any odors and to help humus to development better in the pile.

Any compost pile should have at least 2-3 times more browns than greens, and more plant matter in it than any animal matter. (According to the great compost king Malcolm Beck)

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