When I crack a whole lot of eggs, I always save the shells, bake the shells, crush them and feed them back to the chickens or put them around plants that need extra calcium. Each load of eggs in the freeze dryer will takes 88 eggs. I had the shells from yesterday’s load in a big dough container but just don’t have time to bake them and mess with them so I was going to dump them in a bag, take them outside and spread them in a box and leave them in the sun.
As soon as I poured them all in the bag, the bag split and they all ended up in the floor. I had already picked up most of them when I realized . . blog post . . take a picture!”
I was going to start working on the peaches this morning so I knew I’d be mopping the floor when I was done with that but I had to mop the floor BEFORE starting the peaches.
Next time I’m going to pour 88 egg shells (or 10 egg shells) into a bag, I’ll hold the bag over the sink or over the trash can!