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Bokashi Composting: Scraps to Soil in Weeks [Format Kindle]

Adam Footer

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Bokashi composting relies on anaerobic fermentation in a closed system to recycle food waste in your kitchen, garage or apartment. Unlike conventional composting, the bokashi method can break down heavier items like meat, fish and cheese, and usually takes no more than two weeks. From scraps to soil, Bokashi Composting is a complete, step-by-step, do-it-yourself guide to this amazing process.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 More than I expected 4 janvier 2014
Par Jeremy Silva - Publié sur
When I received the book I wasn't sure exactly what to expect. I love to compost and was already utilizing Bokashi but was unclear on some of the practices. This book really helped me to understand how I can make my own Beneficial Microorganisms and also how to make my own Bokashi Grain. I consider myself pretty knowledgable on bokashi but this book clearly showed me I had more to learn. I already had one Bokashi Bin setup inside my kitchen and I use a small waste bin for all my food scraps while I cook. Now I'm going to use the directions in chapter 5 to make another bokashi bucket. I wish everyone would do this, such a fast way to compost.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Comprehensive and Thorougly Readable 8 janvier 2014
Par M. Dillon - Publié sur
If you're like me, you might have wondered why you can't compost meat or dairy at home according to the standard wisdom. It was that thought that started me on my own bokashi journey a couple years ago. At that time, learning about bokashi was a time-consuming process of searching the Internet, digging through online accounts of various quality, and experimenting. And while I think that experimentation is a worthwhile and necessary part of the process, I would have loved to have this book when I started moving beyond the standard household composting regime into the realm of composting pretty much all of my family's food waste.

In this compact and well-organized book, Footer lays out the history and science behind bokashi, its relationship to traditional composting and the soil cycle, and a range of means for applying the bokashi method to process food waste; as far as I know, this is the first book of its kind for the English audience. It is comprehensive, covering the microbial science of bokashi, the production of inoculants, bokashi bucket construction, and the use of fermented food waste and leachate for agricultural and horticultural applications. It is easily readable for both the bokashi novice and the veteran; those who just want to learn about an expanded composting method and purchase a commercial solution can do that, while those who want to follow a DIY mentality and dig in can follow the bokashi method using widely available raw materials and their own time and effort.

My one wish for the second edition is that the pictures be in color. Being able to see what a normal bokashi bucket looks like doesn't really work in black and white.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing! 26 décembre 2013
Par Matt - Publié sur
This book is a is as good as it gets in the realm of Bokashi Composting. I have been doing Bokashi for a couple years, and have learned so much already! The amount of information contained is incredible. The book is very straight forward and reads very well. I recommend it to anyone from the beginner to advanced Bokashi Composter!

Thanks Adam!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good read for a beginner 20 janvier 2014
Par Schelle - Publié sur
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Well written, good read for a beginner. However I would recommend You save your money and check out online resources. The guide that came with my bokashi kit was a informative as the book and free.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Brokashi 11 juillet 2014
Par Joseph W. Crespo - Publié sur
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Good read but I wish it would go into more information about em 1 and how to make em not enough detail s
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