Are you making fresh-squeezed juices at home? There are many health benefits to juicing. But one of the downfalls? All of the pulpy, fibrous waste that comes out the other end of the juicer. Instead of tossing it in the trash or down the garbage disposal, give composting a try. Since the organic matter is so finely pulverized, it will break down quickly in a small backyard compost bin. Mix it with grass clippings, leaves and coffee grinds, and watch it turn into beneficial mulch in just a few days. You can also sprinkle some of the juicer pulp right into the garden, where it will break down and feed the plants -- plus, birds love to peck at it!