You might find this a good reminder or an utterly unnecessary suggestion, but I feel compelled to remind you to clean your kitchen compost bucket regularly.
Unless you are ferrying scraps to your compost pile in a plastic bag that you subsequently toss in the trash, your kitchen container can get mighty germy. I had some super slimy mushrooms that got pushed to the coldest side of my fridge & froze. When I tossed them in the bucket they decomposed immediately in one day and the slime I dumped on the compost pile was enough to gag me. Clearly this bucket needed an immediate wash. For obvious reasons I have also spared you a photo of this disgusting mess.
Cleaning is simple. Fill your bucket, whatever kind you have, with hot water. Add a squirt of dish soap and a slug of bleach. Let it sit until the water cools (I usually leave mine in the kitchen sink overnight and scrub the sink afterward). Dump out the water, swipe any bits off the insides and top with a paper towel, rinse, and air dry. Good as new. Wash whenever things start to look grimy, when you have a surprisingly slimy bucket or about every two weeks. If you have the kind of bucket that has a charcoal filter on the lid to keep down any smells, make sure to change that according to your bucket instructions. Remember, while you want good bacteria to break down the contents of the compost pile, you don’t want bad bacteria growing in your kitchen!