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Anyone compost a carcass in charcoal?

 
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I'm going to give a try with lamb butcher scraps here in a few weeks.  I'll report back.
 
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No, but I sometimes put bones and gristle in the charcoal maker along with other burnables. I like that the resulting char has no odor. The gristle usually turns everything in the batch an interesting shade of silver. It's actually kind of pretty if you know to expect it.
 
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