(It is a little hard to read fingerspelling. I can make a script upon request)
You can compost raw food scraps by covering it with hay. Food scraps make nitrogen while layers of hays make carbon. Dump one part of food scraps then cover it with three parts of hay. Over the time, it will become fine looking dirt called hummus. Then you can transport hummus to the garden and plant your vegetables in it. If your compost pile gets higher, build a fence around it to keep the dirts in.
Thank you Mike Harter for filming the compost video for EcoDeaf.