Frequently Asked Questions
Removing the bail-wire two-part assembly from the Pickl-It container and lid, preserves the shiny, stainless-steel finish, caused by harsh dishwasher detergents.
Removing and reattaching the wire is very simple process, demonstrated in the following photos:
This image shows both halves of the wire-bail assembly, removed from the Pickl-It container and the Pickl-It lid.
|LEFT SIDE OF IMAGE: Container – wire-bail fits into a groove in the container’s “neck”.||RIGHT SIDE OF IMAGE: Lid – wire-bail fits into a groove around the perimeter of the lid.|
DETACHING THE PICKL-IT WIRE-BAIL ASSEMBLY
Remove the Pickl-It Lid
Remove the wire-bail from the Pickl-It Lid
To Detach the Container’s Bail-Wire from the Pickl-It Neck:
Correct Latch Position When Reattaching the Pickl-It Neck Wire
Did you know...
Pickling is a global culinary art. If you were to go on an international food-tasting tour, you’d find pickled foods just about everywhere. You might sample kosher cucumber pickles in New York City, chutneys in India, kimchi in Korea, miso pickles in Japan, salted duck eggs in China, pickled herring in Scandinavia, corned beef in Ireland, salsas in Mexico, pickled pigs feet in the southern United States, and much, much more.
—Science of Cooking, Pickles
I have used the Pickle-It jars for a while now and they are wonderful! The fermentation is very predictable and clean, no batches go bad or wrong. Anybody who ferments food at home knows that sometimes a batch can go bad without any particular reason. The Pickle-It jars seem to eliminate that eventuality completely. Thank you for developing this wonderful product!
—Dr. Natasha Campbell, GAPS DIET