Eggshells are good for composting. Crush them up so they decompose quicker. Some people tell you to wash them out to avoid attracting critters, but I don’t see a tiny amount of egg residue making a big difference.
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Eggshells can also serve as fertilizer for your plants. Just crush them and then spread them in soil. Since they are really just carbon and calcium, they are very nutritious for indoor and outdoor plants. You should clean and soak them for 2 days first, though. Also, you can put bits into bird feeders, and help the birds sharpen their beaks as they chew them.
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