Amuse Bouche

Amuse Bouche

January 05, 2018
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Compost tea

THE % OF STREETS WITH SIDEWALKS IN THE COUNTRY

92% - Minneapolis, Minnesota
71% - Seattle, Washington
50% - Austin, Texas
37% - Nashville, Tennessee
Source: Metro Nashville Public Works, WalkNBike Draft Plan 2016
 

COMPOST TEA

Troy Hinke of Living Roots Compost Tea makes some mean tea, but not to drink. His tea is a compost blend for your lawn and garden and an all-organic, natural alternative to chemical fertilizers. Dispensed through a portable sprayer, compost tea is a healthier choice for your landscape and the planet.

Compost tea is essentially a liquid form of compost. It gets its name from its method, as it is brewed just like a pot of tea. First, compost is placed in a mesh bag and agitated in water. Foods are then added to the brew, encouraging the microbes to reproduce and multiply their populations. Compost tea is more efficient than compost itself, and easier to apply, saving time, labor and materials. More information at livingrootscomposttea.com

Article from Edible Nashville at http://ediblenashville.ediblecommunities.com/food-thought/amuse-bouche-1
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