So, what happens over two years to bring out the flavour? Where I live, I use five different bins and the collections are fortnightly.
Unlike many people I observe, I squash things like aluminium cans and plastic milk bottles.
It seems logical and reduces the volume of rubbish stored in the house – but does doing so help collection and recycling?
How small would something need to be for the gravitational field of a human to significantly affect it?
Last year, we had a Christmas pudding that was two years old and it was superb, whereas a one-year-old pudding wasn't nearly as tasty.
I read that a supermarket won an award for its two-year-matured puddings.
The park is home to paperbarks, bush pea, bush orchids, black sheoaks, roughbarked apple, red and yellow Christmas bells, swamp lily and brilliant flowering banksias.
Created 2002, Cape Byron Marine Park is a multiple-use marine park which includes protected areas where fishing and collecting are prohibited, and general-use areas which support both commercial and recreational fishing.Also highly significant to local indigenous people for thousands of years, it contains important Aboriginal mythological and burial sites and campsites.Old four wheel drive tracks parallel the beach, and informal sand tracks for people on foot, meander through the coastal heath, which comes alive in Spring with native birds and animals feasting from a myriad native shrubs, bushes and grasses, in bloom.NSW Fires, floods and park closures QLD Fires, floods and park closures Stretching south along Tallow Beach from Cape Byron for nearly two kilometers, the creation of this coastal park is the result of the first indigenous land use agreement in Australia.The area provides habitat for significant flora and fauna species, including wintering sites for nomadic and migratory birds and flying foxes and is also home to the Cibum Margil Swamp, a declared coastal wetland.