Frequently Asked Questions
Anaerobic fermentation means “absence of oxygen”, the opposite of aerobic fermentation
Pickl-It was designed to create and maintain anaerobic fermentation, its wire-bail/airlock combination locking out oxygen’s entry, as well as releasing oxygen from the fermenting chamber, pushed by carbon dioxide, out through the airlock. Two-part metal canning lids or screw-on plastic covers, do not have a sufficient seal in order to maintain anaerobic conditions.
Lactic-acid bacteria, responsible for creating a healthy, stable fermented food, thrive in a low or no-oxygen environment, described here.
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