Avocado mushroom and stork


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Avocado mushroom and stork

Before my vegetable waste disappears in the compost box, I always check if I can make anything with it.
So I had another piece of spoiled avocado, a few pieces of dried ginger root.
The avocado could pass as a mushroom and the stem was made from a piece of dried ginger root.
Another piece of ginger became a stork. The head and beak I saw in the shape of a garlic clove with spur.
The eyelet a slice of grape. Leek feathers. Some grass of leeks and cucumber with it.
We had another nice scene on the board.
Playing with vegetable waste.


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