Throw away into the dumpster?


give it back to Easter Bunny?

I'll share my secret...

Real eggs contain minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and zinc.

So, I gave it a good burial.

Step 1: The Site

I chose a good burial site, e.g. next to a tree.

I dig a hole near the base of the tree. The depth of the hole is at least 6 inches, and the width is enough to fit am egg. Then, I put the egg a the base of the hole, and cover up with earth.

The egg will rot away in the ground, and acts as a organic fertilizer for the plant (e.g. calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc etc)


Step 2: The Other Site

I also buried the egg in a planting pot, or...

Step 3: The Grand Burial

If I have a batch of eggs, I buried a few in a large pot, and plant some tree in it.

It has solved my problem. You should give it a try too.

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