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Hi Marco, this is a great inspiration. Check out my post Organic Food Waste in Brooklyn Part 1: Coffee where I talk about possible uses for used coffee grounds. Shengmin also pointed out a company that turns coffee grounds into a soil for mushrooms, allowing people to grow and harvest mushrooms at home: https://grocycle.com/

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Ashwin Goutham commented on Organic Food Waste in Brooklyn Part 1: Coffee

That's a great idea. I have a larger mould, and I can use that. 

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Ashwin Goutham commented on Organic Food Waste in Brooklyn Part 3: Wine

Today I found something even cooler. There's an actual vineyard in New York City! They're growing their own grapes on a rooftop in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and are expecting their first harvest in October 2017. Check out Rooftop Reds. They're the first urban vineyard in the world.