How do you use a fermentation crock?
Beside this, what can you make in a fermentation crock?
Use fermenting and pickling crocks to make these delicious treats:
- Ruby Red Caraway Sauerkraut.
- Smoky-Sour Dill Pickles.
- Napa Cabbage & Ginger Kimchi.
One may also ask, how do you use a pickle crock? When you make pickles in a traditional pickling crock, in some ways it's much less work: simply prepare your pickles, load them in the crock according to the recipe, and give them a few weeks. This yields crisp, crunchy, delicious pickles! And you can make sauerkraut and more fermented dishes the same way.
Additionally, how do you sterilize fermentation in crock?
Cleaning Your Fermenting Stones/Crock
- Scrub the mould off as much as you can.
- Put the stones in a pot with a few tablespoons of vinegar and hot water or fill the crock with vinegar and hot water (not boiling).
- Leave overnight.
- Rinse the stones/crock.
How do you use sauerkraut in a crock?
- Shred cabbage and layer it, with salt, into your crock.
- Pack it down to release the brine.
- Add weighted stones and add filtered water if needed.
- Add water to the trough and place the lid on top to create an air lock.
- Wait at least 2 weeks before tasting. However, you can let it continue to ferment for up to 6 weeks.