Tag: compost

Kate’s Bokashi bucket

Bokashi buckets come in all shapes and sizes. They look different in every country, and wherever you go people are finding cool ways of making their own. I thought it would be fun to pick a few and do a little show-and-tell here —…

Going green, green, greener in San Franscisco

Strange that I just read a story about flower power in connection with San Francisco in the sixties. Now there’s a new kind of green peace happening on the streets there. Compost to the people. Or rather, people to the compost. Breaking news that…

The art of digging

Here in Sweden the ground is frozen half the year. Which doesn’t necessarily make life easy when it comes to gardening. Or much else for that matter. When it comes to Bokashi, we store ours up in barrels for the spring. Some goes straight…

What to do with your Bokashi when you live in a flat

Bokashi works just fine in an apartment, you fill your bucket under the kitchen sink just like anyone else. But every two or three weeks you’ll have a fully fermented bucket on your hands and the question is what to do about it then….

Getting going with Bokashi

So put up your hand if you’re an expert at resisting changes. (Hand going quietly up here…) I like to think of myself as being open, curious, willing to try new things. In actual fact I’m probably quite cynical, jaded and treat a lot…

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