I’ve been doing bokashi for over ten years, but even so I like to poke around in my ”bokashi spots” now and then to see how they’re doing. They never cease to amaze me! Every time I find some bits of eggshell, or a slow-to-decompose tea bag or a bit of avocado peel or aContinue reading “07. Bokashi becomes soil”
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Bokashi is just great for tomatoes!
I’m happy to say our tomatoes are doing really nicely this year! I’d like to say that it’s all due to the great Bokashi soil they’re growing in but I have to be honest and say it’s been a great summer with a lot of warm days. (Not something you can always count on inContinue reading “Bokashi is just great for tomatoes!”
Urban gardening. In bread crates!
A couple of months ago I wrote about a project in Berlin that really inspired me. Right there in the middle of an incredibly grey, incredibly urban jungle, cars rushing by on all sides, these guys have created a community garden. And the thing is they’re doing it all in bread crates. Stacked on timberContinue reading “Urban gardening. In bread crates!”
What’s Bokashi got to do with lunch?
Today we had fresh homemade pasta. For the first time ever! (Thanks Jamie Oliver…) Not only was the pasta fabulous, it was astonishingly simple. 400g of flour on the bench, 4 eggs cracked into a well in the flour, mix and stir and knead. Grind through the benchtop machine. Ready! But the second best thingContinue reading “What’s Bokashi got to do with lunch?”