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5 L (gallon) Vegetable fermentation jar with Sterilock®Air Lock

So what is the number 1. way to improve your gut health? Easy. Eat more fermented foods! Yogurt and kefir is probably the first thing that comes to mind. And if you’re happy with eating your yoghurt then that’s great. Fermenting vegetables is a brilliant habit to get into. Especially if you’re trying to keep away from dairy so yoghurt isn’t a good option for you. But even if you’re happy with your yoghurt/kefir, adding fermented vegetables to your repertoire is only going to help your gut.

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Fermented Vegetable Master: Half-Gallon

If you’re wondering what to do with the abundance of summer squash, why not ferment it which improves flavor, digestibility, and keeps for months in cold storage.

Fermented Vegetable Master: Half-Gallon

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Vegetable Fermentation crock/Sauerkraut pot 5 Lt

Vegetable Fermentation crock/Sauerkraut pot 5 Lt.

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Vegetable Fermentation crock/Sauerkraut pot 10 Lt

Vegetable Fermentation crock/Sauerkraut pot 10 Lt.

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Vegetable fermenting starter- Cutting edge cultures

One of the most important things you should know about cultured veggies happens in the first 24 hours of fermentation. The faster you can drop the pH in your homemade fermented vegetables, the healthier and safer they will be.

Vegetable fermenting starter- Cutting edge cultures

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5 L (gallon) Vegetable fermentation jar with Sterilock®Air Lock

Happy Kombucha - vegetable fermentation

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