It takes about two weeks to finish up an entire load of compost, but it's worth the wait. You can add the resulting dirt to your yard or garden, and your plants will love it. It has two different chambers, so you can fill one up while the other "cooks". And it's a good idea to add plenty of dry leaves and grass clippings to your kitchen scraps to help with the texture of the final product.
Promising review: "My family of four eats a mess of fruits and vegetables, and this has really lived up to the task. The two chambers hold quite a bit, and it's fairly easy to turn. It's been several months and chamber #1 is a beautiful rich black now, with nothing recognizable left except avocado pits and some egg shells. A few things to keep in mind: This is a domestic compost, and it will attract pests and it might stink. It will probably ooze black liquid from cracks and vents. That's all normal. No meat, wheat, or citrus, and a handful of leaves or grass clippings per small load." —NomiAdler
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