For Brooklyn households that find the idea of responsibly dealing with their own food waste disgusting, Vandra Thonrburn's company Vokashi Composting is a welcome relief.
For a fee, Vokashi Composting provides its customers with a large green bin and a special bran mixture that helps their compost ferment instead of rot. Once the bucket is full they take it off your hands and replace it with a new one, though you do have the option to have the finished fertilizer for your own use once it finishes fermenting. If not, Vokashi ships it off to a local farm community.
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