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Okay, so what didn't I like? The method seems to attract a lot of pseudoscientists, and the chapter titled "The Science" made me cringe. There's no attempt to cut through the commodification of the method to determine whether you really do need all of the types of microorganisms found in the store-bought starter solutions, although the author firmly tells us that a homemade Lactobacillus starter (using whey from yogurt, for example) won't be as effective. Meanwhile, Footer uses words like "consortium" to refer to the supposedly symbiotic relationship existing within the commercial starter...but gives very little information on how the consortium is supposed to be better than plain old whey. Then we hit the point where the author promises that the commercial starter will "reeducate other 'wild' microbes" --- that's where I had to force myself to keep on reading.
In the end, I'd say that if you enjoy publications by Acres USA, then chances are you'll love this book. But if you like your science in a little bit of a purer form, you'll need to read Bokashi Composting critically and to run a few tests of your own to determine whether anything the author writes about is worth believing. However, since this appears to be one of the few or perhaps the only print book in English on the topic, you might as well pick it up and take a look. Just take what you read with a grain of salt.
Before long I will have eliminated the need for an entire bag of commercial fertilizer at almost no cost (I like to make my own Bokashi bran.) It goes to show how Bokashi composting can be both frugal and ecologically responsible.
But as a fan of all forms of composting, I take exception to the suggestion that other better known forms of composting are inferior as they may produce greenhouse gasses. While each form of composting has its advantages and limitations, all methods of composting are hugely beneficial and none should be discouraged.
Nevertheless, this book is one of the best references on Bokashi composting I've read to date and should be on any serous gardener's "must read" list.
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