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Kraut Source

Kraut Source

Kraut Source

Regular price $34.99 USD
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Product Details

Kraut Source is an innovative kitchenware for making fermented foods like sauerkraut, natural pickles, and kimchi in a wide-mouth mason jar. The stainless steel unit is dishwasher safe and easy to use.


If you're already buying fermented foods, you know how expensive that can get. Kraut Source encourages the DIY, artisanal spirit by enabling home cooks to create gourmet live-cultured foods that are delicious, nutritious, and economical.



NOTE: A mason jar is not included with this product. A jar with wide-mouth opening (diameter of 86 mm/3.46 in) is required to work with Kraut Source. Check with your local hardware store or online retailers for supply.

Specification

Kraut Source kit includes:


  • 1 stainless steel unit with 1 FDA food-grade silicone gasket attached

  • 1 replacement FDA food-grade silicone gasket

  • Instruction manual

  • Re-usable burlap bag to store your Kraut Source parts, or

  • other treasures. This bag is made from organic jute.

FAQ

  1. What is Kraut Source?
    Kraut Source is an innovative kitchenware for making fermented foods like sauerkraut, natural pickles, and kimchi in a wide-mouth mason jar. The stainless steel unit is dishwasher safe and easy to use. Learn more about Kraut Source here.

  2. Is it safe to ferment with metal?
    Kraut Source is made only with food-grade stainless steel. Wine makers and commercial live-cultured kraut makers also use stainless steel vats for fermentation.

  3. What kind of mason jar can I use with Kraut Source?
    Kraut Source works with wide-mouth (86 mm/3.46 in) mason jars of any size. It doesn’t work with a regular-mouth jar. It can be used with American-made Ball or Kerr jar, both available at your local hardware store, major stores like Beth, Bath and Beyond and Target, or online retailers. You can also use the Italian-made Quattro Stagioni jar by Bormioli Roco. If using the latter, you’ll need to obtain a ring elsewhere to secure the system.
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