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Links 1 through 10 of 55 by Urban Wild tagged bokashi

The Bokashi bins technology allows normally uncompostable waste such as meat, dairy products and dog litter to decompose into garden fertiliser.

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From England: "I'm thinking of trying a Bokashi Composter but I'm a bit disappointed that the container is only made from 85% recycled plastic. If anyone uses one of these please let me know if it works..."

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Featuring Biosa Bokashi indoor composting system [3rd item on page] - Shameless self-promotion

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"but the guy who writes the blog Bokashi man is very helpful. In fact, he called me the other day to answer some questions. He sells a system on his website also, but is interested in educating people on how to make their own bokashi."

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A. Let the worms eat it.... St James and the Wyche CE primary schools have taken composting to a new level, with a new method brought all the way from Japan.

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Decided to clear out Bokashi bins. Very useful for recycling kitchen waste although Him Indoors can't get the hang of it at all......am always retrieving vegetable trimmings from the waste bin and relocating them in the Bokashi bin when he has had a culi

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SEveral [sic] people have asked me about bocashi, the japanese 'biofermented' compost. Here is a recipe we use. Rapidly translated from Spanish so pardon the spanglish.

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"We are offering to residents in the Borough a free Bokashi Bin to compost kitchen waste." [Only in the UK, you say? Pity.]

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From Composting Info Updates » Blog Archive. This online retailer doesn't mention bokashi but does refer to fermenting organic matter. There are alternatives... Find me.:-)

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