75 Things you can compost, but thought you could not.
This is an interesting and slightly amusing link. The only problem i have with some of these things, is the amount of vermin that may be attracted. I think that Gillians idea is the best for composting slightly dodgy items. Bury them in a hole where they will break down in time and will be hidden from the rats.
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