Do you rinse them off at all before letting them air dry? I just want to make sure they don't get moldy.I never bake them at all.
I think the high heat destroy the content and besides it smells disgusting.
I let them naturally dry out in a tangerine box for about a month in a dry spot in my sun porch. Crush and feed back mixed in with my oyster shell. I have about 3 tangerine boxes going at once. Oldest, not as old, and new freshest box. New fresh box gets full, crush and feed oldest box, and start again.
Works for me.
How do you keep I those horrendous little gnats/flies from fluttering around? I have asthma so chemical sprays are a No-No.I just leave them in a dish on the counter. Between the cats, dog, little chickies, and myself we eat enough eggs that I have a cookie sheet full of eggshells to bake every few days. Then I crush them so they don't like eggs to the chickies.
I do not rince off. I suppose you could.Do you rinse them off at all before letting them air dry? I just want to make sure they don't get moldy.