Monthly Archives: October 2010

Drink Your Bokashi Juice Update?

Making Kombucha My last post I discussed the advantages of pre- and probiotics, so I decided to make my own kombucha tea.  The reason I like this idea is that it is sustainable, i.e., you can start the process and … Continue reading

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Drink Your Bokashi Juice?

What!  You’re still reading?  Of course, don’t do it.  That would be gross!  Bokashi, the process where garbage is fermented, produces food for the soil, which in turn feeds plants.  And don’t forget that you are keeping garbage out of … Continue reading

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Barley Bokashi Interim Report

It Just Works! Last Wednesday I scooped the curds off my bokashi serum and put a handful into each of my red worm bins.     The bugs started coming, so I covered it up with bedding.  I could have … Continue reading

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Newer Old Computers: Part II

Desktop Upgrade I had a few upgrades for the MPC Client Pro desktop computer that I referred to in my last post.  First, I downloaded and installed AVG Free Anti-Virus software, then set up Windows Updates and installed all critical … Continue reading

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Newer Old Computers

Unpaid Computer/Network Administrator Well, actually I had a paid contract computer repair job two weeks ago.  It was simple:  Travel to another town, replace a hard drive, and start the recovery disk.  A few days later I got a call … Continue reading

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