Sack Lunch Seminar
- Wednesday, November 6, 2013 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
- Strand Union Building, Student Health Services, Conference Room - view map
Bokashi-A Fermenter's Alternative to Traditional Composting
Bokashi is a fermenting alternative to traditional composting, employing effective microorganisms to zombify/pickle/bokashi (all synonymous) food waste in preparation for rapid decomposition in a compost pile or in soil. Do you have some veggie and fruit scraps...maybe some bacon grease....the rest of your kid's hamburger...egg shells from your neighbor's free range chickens....wool from shearing....feathers from that skanky old down pillow...some yoghurt found in the back of the fridge? Join Kathleen Rauch and learn how it can be fermented using bokashi and returned to the earth to make luscious, rich soil for planting or just good karma. The amazing process only takes about a month from fork to soil.