Raw Food Health Tips: What To Do With Carrot Tops and Other Extraneous Vegetable Greens
by Donna Arvidson and Rachelle Fordyce
When cleaning your carrots what do you do with the green tops?
Do you just cut them off and toss them into your garbage can to be hauled into the landfill? Maybe you are a composting type person and you toss them into the compost bin. Better to compost them than have the valuable greens hauled away.
But did you know the carrot tops are tasty and nutritious?
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- by Donna Arvidson
Whether you’re following a raw foods diet or not, composting is something every environmentally-conscious individual or household should be doing.
The action of composting is pretty simple. You can compost just about anything inside your house and out that does not contain elements of metal, plastic, synthetics, or meat. Virtually all plant materials are compostable, although you may be surprised to learn of some exceptions that we should avoid adding to the compost heap.
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