Does anyone know how to make your own? I was looking at a potential supplier online that referred to the product as "fermented salmon". fermentation as i've known it generally means that you're getting alcohols as outputs of the process. this doesn't sound right as a soil conditioner, so i figure maybe the term "fermented" was used very liberally in the product description. Well, my parents live on teh beach, and have countless dead fish washing up on shore. obviously, working with dead fish to produce a lawn care input doesn't seem all that appealing. on the other hand, the price is right and my parents are scooping up and tossing away the dead fish a lot anyways to clear them (and their smell) off the shore. how do you turn those slimy suckers into delicious bacterial foods? or maybe i should just start a separate composting setup specifically for fish and add something to speed up decomp of the skeleton, and let that compost work itself out, then blend it into other compost once it's ready. any ideas?