Everything that has lived recently can be composted. However, there is a bewildering amount of advice telling people what they can and cannot compost. Many shy away from composting food scraps because so many people say you can’t, without explaining why. In fact, all food can be composted. The trouble is that the food we put on the compost heap is also food for some undesirable visitors – even potato peelings and other raw fruit and veg can be attractive to flies and rodents – so how can we deal with these materials?

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