|Blogger Jenny is all about bokashi! Image via Bokashi Composting HQ|
You can start your own at home bokashi compost project with this great bokashi resource guide from The Compost Guy. You can purchase an entire Bokashi system kit via Amazon. Fermented starter can be purchased via my friend DeeDee at MoS Collective.
Bokashi seems so easy! I am totally going to give it a go once my CSA share pick-up ends in November and I can no longer drop off my scraps for composting as part of my weekly routine.
NYC residents and small businesses have the option of signing up for Vokashi, a Brooklyn-based composting service. Vokashi provides members with savvy green air tight buckets and a supply of ferment starter for $40-$60 a month. They also pick up the buckets once they are full. (Yay!) Vokashi then uses the waste to improve the soil in community gardens and other public green spaces.
Random fact: The liquid created by bokashi fermentation process can be used to clean drains!