Kilner Glass Fermentation Jar
You can see clearly now.
Prepare to board the fermentation bandwagon armed with this foolproof jar. It’s made from non-toxic, non-porous glass and includes a lid, two ceramic stones to keep your veggies submerged, and easy instructions to get you started. From sauerkraut to pickles to spicy kimchi (sky’s the limit, really) this jar lets you make your own probiotic goodness and even gives you a front-row seat for the process.
Photography by Julia Gartland & Ty Mecham
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