MIDDLETON, Mass. (AP) — Down the back stairs of the clubhouse kitchen, on a plot lost among the expanse of tightly trimmed fairways and greens, weeks-ancient aliment is buried under a tarp and mulch and left to decompose.
However this private nation club in Massachusetts isn’t taking an unsanitary shortcut with its trash. It’s trying bokashi, an obscure composting method it says will aid it recycle 4 tons of aliment waste each year.
Bokashi is based on an ancient Japanese practice that ferments aliment waste by covering it with a mix of microorganisms that suppress its smell and eventually produce soil. Bokashi is not widely used in the United States, however its practitioners reckon it should be.
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