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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
'Better Bokashi: ...better earth' by Todd Veri is an insight into the indoor method of recycling waste food which turns any food waste into a good nutrient for the soil. The book takes you step by step through the whole process, commencing with waste collection, fermentation, and disposal. It introduces a new method of waste disposal which can be useful to people everywhere; houses, classrooms or offices. The book will tell you about the history of Bokashi. You can print out the pages of Bokashi Home Guide, Bokashi Food Waste Guide and Bokashi Quick Guide for reference. Learn the Bokashi Mantra: 'Collect, Dump, Squish, Sprinkle, Close; be mindful of Size and Moisture'. And Happy Bokashing.
It is a very interesting and educative book. It tells you a lot about recycling food waste in your house. The author takes you through each step in a methodical way which can be comprehended easily. The history of Bokashi is also a good thing to know. Better Bokashi improvises on the the original method of Bokashi and gives the world the best composting methods of our times. The author also tells us the various benefits of Bokashi. The current Bokashi we see is just a twist on the ancient practice which was used in olden times.
The author has written it very well with pictures to make readers understand it better. It is direct and honest. It is a very useful book which helps readers to recycle the waste in a useful manner. An excellent book packed with information.