Fermented Vegetable Master: Half-Gallon
Make fermenting vegetables easier! This half-gallon-size glass jar includes an airlock setup which facilitates gas escaping your fermented vegetables while keeping air out.
Make fermenting vegetables easier! This half-gallon-size glass jar includes an airlock setup which facilitates gas escaping your fermented vegetables while keeping air out. This allows you to make pickles, sauerkraut, and other fermented vegetables, fruits, condiments, and more while greatly reducing and often eliminating the threat of mold.
- Glass jar
- Plastic lid fitted with a rubber grommet (BPA-free)
- Large ceramic fermentation weight (Dimensions: 3.75 inches in diameter)
- Extra solid lid for storage after fermentation is complete
- Container Dimensions: Jar Height: 6.3 inches (9.8 inches with airlock) | Jar Diameter: 5.5 inches | Mouth Diameter: 4.3 inche
Fermentation weights are ideal for whole or cut veggies. For shredded or very small pieces of cut up veggies, use multiple sets of weights, or use strips of a cabbage leaf crisscrossed over the top of the veggies and tucked down the sides of the jar. Ensure the cabbage strips are well submerged under the brine.
What Our Customers Are Saying
The jar came with no instructions. I didn’t open the plastic bag that the air lock piece came in right away, when I did I found it was cracked and unusable. I can still use the jar and it’s not worth the hassle of returning/ but I will not purchase again.
I am new to fermenting and this made making sauerkraut so easy and delicious.
I am very happy with my jar. No more mason jars with mold. Makes perfect sauerkraut every time.
I made my first batch of fermented veggies in this jar and was very happy with the outcome. There was mold on one cucumber slice that accidentally failed to fully submerge, which goes to show how important it is to properly use the glass weights. The batch came out otherwise perfect! I imagine this would be great for kefir and other ferments as well and is ideal for those who prefer not to use muslin, but I really love it for veggies. This is a great product from a wonderful company!
So far, all seems to be working well. I'm fermenting my first batch of cabbage. It has been going for about a week now. The top layer started to show some signs of graying, but there wasn't enough liquid to cover it, so I took it out. I made a big pot last week and it went bad by this time, so I already know this is working better! Fingers crossed!!!
Response from CFH: Be sure to check out our FAQs and Troubleshooting questions about culturing veggies! Or, contact our awesome Customer Support so we can assist you!