Ian Rule wrote:From what I understand, fungal processes tend toward the cooler bottom of a compost pile and eat mostly carbon... while bacterial processes favor the thermophilic zone (near the top) to do they business; Which seems to include eating oils.
Rendering ghee has also yielded a few jars of..... concentrated salt and milkfat. Gross.
The rendered fats are baking bound, and the odd trickles and remnants are chicken bound..... But what can I do with extremely salty milkfat? Feels like giving it to anyone would be sortof toxic, and with so much salt, even my compost pile seems like a potential victim.
But what can I do with extremely salty milk fat? Feels like giving it to anyone would be sort of toxic, and with so much salt, even my compost pile seems like a potential victim.
Hans Quistorff wrote:[I personally start my fires with the paraffin soaked boxes from the produce department at the big box store. They are happy to give it to you because it can't be recycled.
Stacy Witscher wrote:Corrie Snell - since you are currently in SF, you could pop over to the Bio-Fuel Oasis in Berkeley and donate it. Other than that you have received lots of good ideas - I will likely in the future use it in fire starting, soap making and oil lamps.