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Re: On fermentation weights

Postby Christopher Weeks on Wed Oct 26, 2016 2:13 pm

I haven't done it with beans, but have with small peppers and kraut, both of which work out OK. Try a small batch and see what you think.
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Re: On fermentation weights

Postby RogerL on Tue Feb 05, 2019 12:41 pm

mattfara5 wrote:Hi. I was hoping to get a growing list of solutions to this problem. I think I remember reading someone using a plastic bag filled with water, which presumably would fit into any reasonably sized jar.

Any other creative solutions?

And sorry if this has been covered elsewhere. I'm still a little new here. Please direct me where to go if so. Love this stuff, though. I've got pickles, onions, kraut, and kimchi all going at once now!

Thx
Matt


I use a plastic mesh bag of glass marbles you can get at the dollar stores. The marbles will conform to any shape.
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