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.
New!! Introductory Offer. Limited availability.This Kilner branded Barrel design Brewing jar is perfect for continuous brewing Kombucha (but can also be used for a variety of different brews and drinks). Please note the tap is made of plastic. Kilner Branded 262mm x 190mm x 275mm 5 Litre Capacity Dispenser beech wooden lid Designed with an easy to use tap to keep refreshments flowing Ideal for serving a range of cold beverages Not suitable for hot liquids Plastic tap This amazing jar dispenses fresh Kombucha on tap and It can also be used for fresh juices and iced tea on a grand scale with all the features you'll need to keep your Kombucha flowing. Non-clogging spigot promises a filtered and even pour every time, and removable knob lid allows for easy refills. Holds 5 litres of liquid but would brew around 4.5 Litres of Kombucha. We provide 2 large scobies if you select to have scobies sent with your jar and this will allow you to brew 4L of kombucha initially and then gradually increase to a maximum kombucha volume to 4.5L if you wish. You will also be sent a brewing cloth and band if you choose to have scobies with your jar and full brewing instructions. Heat tray* *(optional, please select using the drop down box if required) The optimum brew temperature for brewing kombucha is around 70F. Designed to fit a 2x 2L Glass Jar or 5 litre fermenting vessel. This heat tray is Thermostatically controlled to maintain a liquid temperature approximately 9 deg C above ambient room temperature, giving a fermenting temperature of 22-29 deg C in most domestic environments.Low Wattage/Economical (cheaper than turning the heating up!!)Controlled HeatThermally Insulated BaseSafe for Glass or Plastic ContainersEasy to cleanHeater On/Off Light Care & Use Handwash onlyDo not pour boiling water directly into your jars/bottlesWash before first use
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