The Dunk’R should be covered by 1-inch of brine. The brine surface should not extend above the shoulder when fermenting foods that expand during fermentation. Kraut, carrots and beets may expand as much as 1-inch, raising the brine surface and Dunk’R.
To decrease expansion, firmly-pack shredded foods, reducing oxygen pockets in and around the food. Detailed information is here.
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Did you know...
In South East Asia, tea leaves (Camellia sinensis) are fermented to make a sour-tasting snack. In Myanmar the product is called leppet-so, in Thailand it is known as miang. In Burma, slivered green tea leaves are fermented to make a salad.
I'm heading out of town and will feel confident that my ferment will be fine sitting on my counter. I wouldn't feel that way if I didn't have the Pickl-it jar. I'm looking forward to getting more!