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    No we can't waste precious leftovers, it all goes to the pigs and or chooks. I guess flushing it isn't a bad thing because it'll compost wherever it eventually ends up, right?

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

    Nope. It's never crossed my mind. Bin or garden

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

    No never have ever thought of that, sounds far too similar to vomit down the toilet and I would be far too grossed out. I get an old shopping bag and put in there and then put it in the bin, so effectively a double bagging.

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    err that's weird.
    put it in a freezer bag and bin it. or freeze it to throw away on bin day.

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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.
    That's what I do too

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    I always thought that putting food scraps into landfill was a big no no..it breaks down into methane gas, wrapping it in a plastic bag makes it worse. I know loads of people who flush what they dont' compost..I mean all food is just undigested poo right.
    We just chuck all our leftovers out into the garden, something comes along and eats it, and the chooks and the garden have the rest. We have to empty the trap from the sink...omg, the foul disgusting sludge that comes out of there is the worst thing known to man. We have our own bog of eternal stench right outside of the kitchen.

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

    Ummm no..

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    we just chuck things like that in the bush outside. very bogan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trio View Post
    we just chuck things like that in the bush outside. very bogan.
    Lol me too, it gets eaten by the dog or the chooks, I've never thought about flushing it down the toilet, I can't imagine walking to the toilet with a bowl of food and scraping it into the toilet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    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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    I just mop it up with paper towel and bin it


 

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