When you are done brewing, instead of throwing out those coffee grinds or putting in the compost put them to good use
1. Soften Your Skin
Exfoliate with a body scrub made of coffee grounds, coconut oil and a little brown sugar.
2. Please the flowers
Use coffee grounds as mulch for acid-loving plants and evergreens.
3. Sadden the ants
Sprinkle coffee grounds around areas of ant infestation to deter them.
4. Make a sepia dye
Soak used grounds in hot water and use as a dye bath for Easter eggs, fabric and paper for a lovely, soft brown tinge.
5. Encourage the carrots
To boost a carrot harvest, mix seeds with dried coffee grounds before sowing.
long before it was cool to be a minimalist, live a sustainable life, become a zero waste warrior we just called it simple living or what some could not resist calling us....'those damn hippies....not much has changed in the years since except the wording...now some can not resist calling us.... 'those damn natural nuts'...hence the name Just Another Natural Nut!