Has anyone seen one of these? It's an electric composter. You just plug it in, drop your kitchen scraps in, and it churns and mixes and digests until--poof!--a little light comes on and your compost is ready.
No more worms. No more bugs. No mixing and turning and waiting and hoping. No mess. Just nice, clean, not-very-smelly compost.
Huh. I didn't know compost was hard. Or messy. And I thought the worms were...uh...kind of a good thing. I do like the photo of the sparkly kitchen on the home page--it seems like the sort of kitchen where you'd need a composter like this. No worm bins for this lady.
Actually, that raises a good point. What if this thing were under the sink where a garbage disposal would normally go? Now, that's actually a good idea. Take the stuff that goes down the sink and make compost out of that. Although I suppose you'd need a way to drain off the water....
Thanks to Back to the Garden for this one.
Naturemill: Compost made easy!