How To Compost in an Apartment
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by Nikita
2y ago
Maybe you are an environmentalist at heart and want to do your part for the world. Maybe you’re an indoor plant mom and wish you could turn your food waste into compost for your plants. Or maybe you live in a place where you have to pay extra for garbage collection and you are wondering if you could get rid of that extra bill. Whatever the motive, you came to find out how to compost in an apartment and if this would even be possible. And I am here to tell you, yes, it most definitely is. Most people trying to compost indoors maybe only consider worm composting vs bokashi composting, but there ..read more
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How to make Bokashi Bran at Home
Ah Grow » Bokashi
by Nikita
2y ago
Curious to learn how to make bokashi bran at home? If your answer to that question is, “What is bokashi?” Then you should check out our previous post on bokashi composting so that you can fully appreciate the awesomeness of making bokashi bran at home. Bokashi composting has been an integral part of our composting efforts. Not just because it eliminated the last bit of food waste we have to throw into the garbage. Which we are very thankful for because having a garbage bin that never stinks is just….AMAZING! But also because our plants love it. After planting over an area where we’ve buried ou ..read more
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Bokashi vs Composting: Which One is Right for You
Ah Grow » Bokashi
by Nikita
2y ago
When thinking about composting, most people think it’s a one size fits all solution. However, this is very rarely the case. Everyone’s situation is a little different and it’s important to remember to find a solution that fits your lifestyle (not the other way around). Both Bokashi and traditional aerobic composting are great solutions to help manage your food waste. If you’ve never heard of bokashi composting, you should probably check out this article. Otherwise, we can right into our bokashi vs composting comparison. At the end of the article, let us know which you prefer when comparing aer ..read more
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Bokashi Composting: Everything You Need To Get Started
Ah Grow » Bokashi
by Nikita
2y ago
I came across bokashi composting a couple of years into my composting journey. I loved composting but the 2 previous methods (aerobic composting and vermiculture) still left a void. While traditional aerobic composting and earthworms could handle most of my organic waste, it couldn’t handle all of it. I still had to put any meat (which I ate more of then than I do now) and any leftover food in the garbage. If our garbage collection schedule changed or we didn’t time things correctly the garbage would smell and cause other problems. But then I found Bokashi. History of Bokashi Composting Bokash ..read more
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How to make a DIY Bokashi bin
Ah Grow » Bokashi
by Nikita
2y ago
Our Bokashi bin sits discreetly in the corner of our kitchen. Once we are preparing food regularly at home it can take a couple of weeks to fill up. We then set it aside and start another bin. While most bokashi bins aren’t particularly expensive. They can last several years and don’t need any major maintenance.  If you are wondering what is bokashi then you should probably read this article and then come back to this one. However, if you are wondering how to build your own, DIY bokashi bin, then you’re in the right place. Bokashi Bin Principles Before we dive into the DIY bokashi bin ste ..read more
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Bokashi Composting: Your Most Important Questions Answered
Ah Grow » Bokashi
by Nikita
2y ago
What is Bokashi composting? Bokashi composting isn’t entirely a composting method in the traditional sense. It is a long fermentation process (approximately 4 weeks) followed by a rapid decomposition process (another 2 weeks). After the first phase of fermenting the food waste, it looks exactly the same. Bokashi relies on inoculated bran to ferment kitchen waste, including meat and dairy, into a safe soil builder and nutrient-rich tea for your plants. Can bokashi bran be mixed with soil? Yes, the bokashi bran contains lots of beneficial anaerobic microbes. Adding bokashi to your soil can ..read more
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