The fermenting inserts ensure that no oxygen enters the jar, but at the same time gases produced during fermentation can escape. This ensures safe fermentation, prevents the formation of mould and prevents the jar from bursting.
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- How long do the cooking attachments and glass weights remain in use?
- What is the difference between fermentation jar and fermentation pot?
- Why do I need chamfering attachments?
- What is the purpose of the Mason Ball lid?
- Which glass is best for wild ferments?
- Do the jar weights fit in Mason Ball jars?
- Why do I need a cabbage masher?
- What do I have to consider when cleaning the glasses?
- Why do I need glass weights?
- How do I use Inulin?