I am a big fan of pebbles, not least of all because they’re the easiest non-toxic, yet effective way to clean up leftover food waste. But most importantly, they are a great way to turn an old space into a living space of your own. I highly recommend checking out the website for the pebble hosting services, and I’m sure you will too.
The pebble hosting services are an alternative to storing food waste in a bin. Instead of burying food in a bin or a garbage can, you use pebbles to capture that food waste. Pebbles are really big, and are then placed in areas where the food waste stays for a longer period of time, turning the space into a “garbage disposal” for the bin.
There are a lot of good and bad pebble hosting companies out there. I like the free options (which don’t cost anything) and the ones that charge a $6.95/mo fee. The good pebble hosting companies don’t waste food waste (unless it’s chicken nuggets) and the bad pebble hosting companies actually seem to be a good way to compost your food waste.
I just did a quick Google search and the free options are definitely the best. They have some of the best pebble hosting providers out there and they are constantly improving. I think this is a good time to mention that the pebble hosting company I used recently was really cheap, but I was only allowed to use it for 24 hours.
Pebble hosting is kind of like a really cheap Airbnb for food waste. If you’re using someone to host your food, you’re essentially renting their kitchen for the night. The upside is that you don’t have to deal with all the dirty dishes and cleaning yourself while you cook. The downside is that the host is only supposed to stay for 24 hours, so you should be prepared to go at least 24 hours without someone to keep an eye on you.
The host is a pebble, and this pebble is located in a remote part of the ocean, so you only have 24 hours to cook for them. You still have to clean up after yourself, though.
You can host your own pebble, but only for one night. The pebble you host is actually a pebble set up in the middle of the ocean for the sole purpose of being your pebble. You have to keep the pebble in a position where it can see you (on the other side of the planet) or else it will disappear, so its really up to you.
pebble hosting is pretty straightforward. It’s basically a pretty straightforward time-looping game with a few twists. The first thing you’ll need to do is get a pebble from somewhere, and since pebbles are basically just rocks, you only have 24 hours to cook for the pebble.