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  • Lori Krohn

    K cup recycling for the garden

  • Dana Judice

    Fresh Eggs Daily®: K-Cup Recycling: Toss the Grounds in your Garden and Turn the Cups into Seed Starters

  • Mayrie Concha

    Recycling: Toss the Grounds in your Garden and Turn the Cups into Seed Starters. Good idea for my vue cups!

  • Marcelline Slade

    Reuse kcups for seed starters

  • Julie Tiernan DeBernardo

    K-Cup Recycling: Toss the Grounds in your Garden and Turn the Cups into Seed Starters. **Or yogurt cups!

  • Barbara Brown

    K-Cup Recycling: Toss the Grounds in your Garden and Turn the Cups into Seed Starters. What a great idea. I'm going to try this this spring!

  • Nancy Veronica Aguilera

    Recycling k cups as seed starters

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