The method allows for the use of dairy and meat scraps that are best avoided in a conventional garden composter
Bokashi composting can be done in a relatively small space especially because it is anaerobic and so is compressed as you add more waste. (conventional composting and worm composting needs air – so more space) https://www.wigglywigglers.co.uk/collections/bokashi-composting
The resulting product makes for a good and beneficial plant food which can be used in trenches direct in your garden soil or added to a compost pile.
The liquid byproduct makes excellent fertiliser for feeding plants directly (and a good drain cleaner).
The fermented material makes excellent food to add to a worm composter – especially a larger type such as a SubPod