The Bokashi Method (anaerobic):
Bokashi is a Japanese word that means fermented organic matter. It was developed in the early 1980s by Dr. Teruo Higa, a professional at the University of Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan.
With the Bokashi compost method you can compost meat, bones, dairy and food scraps and turn waste into nutrient rich compost in 4-6 weeks, not months!
This process is unique and different from traditional composting methods because it is anaerobic not aerobic. Using an airtight compost bin and EM® Bokashi ferments organic waste fast. The bacteria found in the bran also produce lactic acid during the process, which lowers the pH and inhibits the growth of some pathogenic microorganisms.
Sprinkle a layer of EM® Bokashi in the bottom of the compost bin before adding organic waste. Sprinkle over each new layer of waste added and seal with airtight lid.