Green @ Home Project: The Bokashi Composter, update

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(Image credit: Apartment Therapy)
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(Image credit: Apartment Therapy)
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(Image credit: Apartment Therapy)
We found this chart comparing Bokashi composting (fermenting) to regular composting on the website Great Day Bokashi, run by Al Pasternak, a great resource for Canadians near Vancouver who are interested in getting started with Bokashi. We’ve found that the easiest way to empty the liquid in the composter is to swing it up onto our kitchen’s countertop, open up the spigot and let the contents swirl down into the drain. The composter’s light enough, even one-third packed, for our 90 pound weakling self to handle with ease. Opening our Bokashi, the only thing we smell is the aroma of oranges from the skins we added. This week we’ll look into finding a few nice pots and some good quality potting soil in order to layer our compost outdoors.
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