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Tips for getting the most from your bokashi

  • To successfully 'pickle' the contents the lid must be airtight.
  • Compress the waste (after putting on bran) with something like a potato masher to help remove air.
  • Drain off the liquid every few days and use within 24 hours.
  • Keep the unused bran in dry conditions.
  • Cutting waste into small pieces and freezing it allows more infrequent filling, especially if waste amounts are minimal.
  • Bokashi contents can be quite sludgy, so sprinkle finely into the compost bin and add a layer of scrunched up paper or cardboard on top.

If you would like to share your own tips, or have questions regarding bokashi bins, please feel free to post a comment below.

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