This is how my home-grown veg are going to be *really* good come autumn: Fermented food waste a.k.a bokashi. . I’ve been fermenting kitchen scraps. After a few weeks sitting inside a simple fermenting container in my kitchen, it comes out here to my container garden. . My obliging helpers (so good to do things together!) dig a big hole in my pot. We take the fermenting food (you can see from the picture that it’s still recognisable – that’s fine) and put it in the hole. Then we mix it well with the existing soil and cover. . It’ll sit here for a few weeks now, then I’ll be able to plant into it. I°m planning beets, carrots, parsnips and…in a slightly crazy move some oats! . I cannot tell you how good our veg are grown in bokashi. Nor how great it feels to be reusing our kitchen scraps whilst not buying new compost! . Check my story today for video (saved to bokashi highlight afterwards) and know that if you want to give this a go, you can get a 10% discount on the container and fermenting medium via the links in my story.