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Fermentation Easy Starter Kit
Fermentation Easy Starter Kit

Fermentation Easy Starter Kit

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Want to make fermented foods like Sauerkraut and kimchi but are a bit unsure? Country Trading's new vegetable fermentation kit is perfect for those looking to learn to make homemade naturally fermented pickles – safely and cost-effectively.

The Easy Fermentation Starter Kit Contains:

  • 4 Glass Fermentation Weights
  • 4 Airlock Fermentation Lids
  • 4 Stainless Steel Bands
  • 100 pH Strips
  • 42 Page full colour recipe book

The lids and weights work with a wide range of wide-mouth mason jars. Choose your jars and make small to large batches of your favourite fermented pickles.

The fermentation kit recipe book has a list of fermented food recipes for making naturally pickled foods, including:

  • Fiery Fermented Hot Sauce
  • Fermented Mustard
  • Easy Kimchi Recipe and variations
  • Gochujang kimchi sauce
  • Traditional Sauerkraut Recipe
  • Red Cabbage Sauerkraut
  • Carrot and Cauliflower Pickles
  • Fermented green beans
  • Fermented cucumber dill pickles

Country Trading's fermented vegetable recipes have been well tested in our home kitchens and designed to be simple and quick to make. The best recipes for Sauerkraut and other lactic pickles have few ingredients and rely on wild fermentation to transform and preserve the vegetables.

The Vegetable Fermentation recipe book in the kit also includes a chapter on equipment for fermentation explaining anaerobic fermentation airlock lids, sauerkraut jars as fermentation crocks, and glass fermenting weights.

Fermented foods for gut health like homemade kimchi and Sauerkraut are good for you. Making Kimchi and making Sauerkraut using lactic acid fermentation to ferment cabbage is a simple and natural food preservation technique (and it tastes great too!).