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    Default Re: does any one else chuck dinner left overs down the toilet

    With the oil thing honestly I don't know what constitutes enough oil to set aside and bury or bin.....

    Very little of my food is oily and I cook with spray oil... but like if I cook meat with the George Forman grill and there's a couple of table spoons of grease do just rinse it off in the sink.... should I be burying it?!?!

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    Default does any one else chuck dinner left overs down the toilet

    We put them in a plastic bag and chuck it in the freezer until bin day. So doesn't matter if it's wet or dry, chicken or fish, never stinks the bin, but we dont have much left overs, we feed the birds or lunch next day

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    Default does any one else chuck dinner left overs down the toilet

    Eww no. Seems so wrong.

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    Default does any one else chuck dinner left overs down the toilet

    If its too runny for the bin but too chunky to wash down the sink then I rinse it in the sink (we have food catchers over the plug holes) then empty the scraps into the bin.

    Never thought of the toilet honestly, but i guess it makes sense lol!

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    Everything goes in the compost bin, although occasionally runny stuff goes down the sink.

    I get confused about oil. we don't deep fry, but I always wonder what to do with the leftover oil from the large container of sundried tomatoes. i end up pouring it in a corner of the garden. not sure if that is the right thing to do.

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    Default does any one else chuck dinner left overs down the toilet

    I do it too! Usually it's cold coffee or chunky milk from a feral bottle I've found under the couch though. I always find them after filling the sink for dishes so I need to tip it somewhere and the loo seemed like the obvious choice.... Now I'm second guessing that choice though lol..

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    I strain the 'juice' into the sink then the chunks go in a plastic bag and into the bin. Never ever considered flushing leftovers.
    What she said... That's what I do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nowhere View Post
    lol i must be weird, where do you put it then lol.

    Oh and for the record i dont take the plates in the toilet i have a bowl i chuck it into first then i take that into the toilet and tip it down the sink, and my toilet get cleaned daily haah
    errr nope. never came to mind. generally i drain the liquid from it and pour down sink then chuck the chunkies in the bin.

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    Default Re: does any one else chuck dinner left overs down the toilet

    How is this wierd exactly... Have you all seen what else goes into the toilet? I hardly think a bowl of leftover soup is Gunna make diff.

    Yes, I do this. Don't want the bin all stink out and dripping and don't want the pipes clogged up either.

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    Default does any one else chuck dinner left overs down the toilet

    It has never, ever occurred to me.


 

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