Mr. Green is busy on his world-wide publicity tour for his new book. In the meantime, here's a Mr. Green classic column from April 2007.
Hey Mr. Green,
In talking about various ways of dealing with food waste, don't forget the pressure cooker. It turns bones into mush that can be mixed with animal food, and the crows and seagulls will eat anything ... nothing is wasted at my house --K. J. in Anacortes, Washington
Hey K. J.,
If I had a pressure cooker (should I?), I'd give this interesting idea a try. Do other readers have comments on this practice? Environmentally,
Under Pressure in Berkeley, California (a.k.a. Mr. Green)