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How should oyster shells be disposed?

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If you have just had a big oyster feast and are wondering what to do with the shells, don't toss them in the garbage. Crush them with a hammer and toss them on your garden instead. Your garden will thank you for the extra calcium and drainage. If you have a Bokashi Bin, you can toss them in it.

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