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John M.

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John M.

I purchased this product about 5 months ago, and have been extremely happy with it ever since. The machine is a solid design, quiet, totally odor free and will process just about any food waste you put into it. It can convert a pail full of waste down to just a hand full in a few hours. I throw the remaining material on my gardens. It's a really terrific product. It currently drops our weekly garbage for a family of four by about a half to a full bag a week. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Dr. Natural

Posted by Alan XHTMLChop on

Yes, it's true that it's not truly compost. But I am vegan and go through pounds of organic produce which had been previously all going into the landfill because of my condo living. The machine works well to dehydrate and grind the material which I can add to my raised garden bed. I am really amazed by how well it works and I am grateful for the opportunity to do something decent for the planet. One thing I will mention - I have it in my cupboard under my sink and I had no idea how high the water content...

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FoodCycler Customer

Posted by Alan XHTMLChop on

I have had mine for about a year and use it daily. I originally bought it expecting to reduce food scraps and any spoilage that I was putting into curbside recycling, but quickly discovered that the end product is so little that I have reduced curbside recycling to almost nothing. In the winter I put the results of what comes out into my cats litter boxes (they like it) along with their litter, and in the warmer months it goes in my compost heap at the back of my property. Love it!

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Annemarie C.

Posted by Alan XHTMLChop on

This is one amazing appliance. I live in a community with no municipal household waste recycling. I use this system twice daily - once in the morning for breakfast scraps, fridge clearouts, coffee grounds, etc. In the evening, after dinner cleanup and other daily household wastes, I turn it on for overnight. In each instance, the end product is very minimal, almost like sand. I then dispose of it outdoors in our yard. You could also throw out the remains in the garbage as they are completely recycled and will deteriorate nicely in a landfill without taking up any space...

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