Maintenance free silicone airlock waterless fermentation lids for wide mouth mason jars. BPA free, mold free, dishwasher safe. 5 pack. Premium Presents brand.
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- Automatically vent gas. No need to burp jars or maintain water levels in airlock.
- Simple one piece low profile design. No messing with multiple bulky pieces.
- Fun DIY fermentation canning tool. Fit on top of all types of wide mouth mason glass jars.
- Great for making Sauerkraut, Kimchi, Pickles or any fermented vegetable probiotic foods
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Maintenance free, Easy to clean, Reusable, and Affordable. This food grade silicone lid is simple to use. No maintenance or monitoring. It can be put in a dishwasher for cleaning and reused over and over again. The low profile design saves space and allows the jars to be stored in tight space.
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Our recipe for 1/2 gal right now is 3 pounds of daikon (or 1.5 pounds each daikon and carrots), grated; 1 Tablespoon unrefined sea salt; 1 Tablespoon hot chili pepper flakes; 1/4 cup paper-thin ginger slices; 2 Tablespoons paper-thin garlic slices; starter brine to cover (about 2 cups per 1/2 gal). We'll be able to use saved-out brine for new fermentations pretty soon, but it's hard to resist drinking the brine.
These are much cleaner and simpler to work with than other options. I would NOT put them into a cupboard as you may see on some videos - about the second-third day of fermenting our sauerkraut I often see a stream of juice shooting upwards (sometimes as high as 12 inches) due to pressure build up. You still need to do your fermentation in an area where drips, leaks, etc are not going to be a problem - I put my jars into a 9x13 cake pan and that seems to work just fine. also, after several days the "valve" seems to get clogged - need to keep an eye on them. At first these lids will swell during the first few days of fermentation, then once the pressure goes down a vacuum is created in the jars which begins sucking the lids into the jars - on occasion we have had the lids get sucked into the jars completely - then we have to watch a little more closely for mold inside the jars - not a big deal, but you do need to check them every day or two. If I see them caving in, now I will pinch the valve to let a little air into the jar - don't really want to, but it does prevent them collapsing. In case you are wondering, I screw these on tight (and I'm a big guy) but they still collapse about 25% of the time.
I would love to see a lighter version of these (thinner and stretchier) to see if that would resolve the issue of them coming lose in the latter stages of fermentation, but that might create other problems.
Some of our "issues" may be due to the fact that we use 1/2 gallon mason jars (not sure if the extra volume creates a greater vacuum or something else) - but these are a great solution and really simplify the mess and process of fermenting sauerkraut - we love keeping 5 batches going at a time - lets us have a continuous source of delicious kraut at all times)
Overall, these are very solid, heavy duty, construction, they do what they need to do and we are very pleased with them - I would definitely buy them again and may get more.
Yes some folks complained it caused mold etc. I suspect one sees those results in almost all the products like these but overall keeping and open mind and view point enough to invest to try anyway.