DIY Fermentation Kit

This DIY kit lets you make probiotic-rich condiments by the quart.
created by

Karen Diggs

$42.00

Karen Diggs created by

Karen Diggs

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Nature's Spoils

From kimchi in Korea to sauerkraut in Eastern Europe, every culture has cultivated its own tangy traditions, transforming surplus produce into simple superfoods. Master one of the oldest forms of food preservation with this DIY kit that lets you make probiotic-rich condiments by the quart. To get started, grab a bunch of your favorite fruits or vegetables and consult the side of the compostable box for delicious spice suggestions. The paper insert is embedded with thyme seeds that can be planted and harvested to flavor your future ferments. Designed by Karen Diggs in San Francisco. Assembled in California. Made in China.

Learn how to assemble your DIY Fermentation Kit and check out a couple recipes to get you started fermenting!

Karen Diggs

created by

Karen Diggs

location

California

Karen Diggs's designs stem from her fascination with fermentation. After training at Le Cordon Bleu San Francisco, she continued her education at Bauman College where she received her holistic nutrition certification from . It was there that Karen got hooked on the process of fermentation and the tangy delights transformed by beneficial bacteria. Looking for a way to encourage her clients to ferment their own foods, she created a line of innovative kitchenwares for making probiotic-rich superfoods like sauerkraut, natural pickles, and kimchi at home.

Made from
glass, silicone, stainless steel
Measurements
8.5" H x 3.25" Dia; 32 fl. oz. capacity
Ingredients
Care
Refrigerate fermented contents when finished. All parts dishwasher safe.
Notes
Kit Includes:
- 32 fl. oz. mason jar
- two silicone gaskets
- instruction manual
- ingredients
Item ID
42126

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Friend who loves pickled vegetables loved this

4

Tried some of his veggies, tasty!

San Francisco, CA

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Perfect!

5

Pickles of course!

Aberdeen south dakota

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Simple to use, exciting to anticipate!

5

Easy to set up and use, and we're excited to watch the magic happen. Nice design -- a spring applies pressure to the fermenting materials, and a simple water moat lets gasses out without letting bacteria in. We're looking forward to trying many of the recipes, but kim chi was first up!

Philadelphia, PA

true

I like the products uncommongoods offers

5

It was a fun unique gift.

Tucson, AZ

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Pickles anyone?

5

We've enjoyed kimchi and dill pickles.

Trumansburg NY

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I would buy this product again.

5

My husband was very excited to receive this gift. He is always on the lookout for Kimchi at Farmer's Markets and now he can make his own, which he did as soon as his gift arrived. Fermented for six days and he loves the taste. Pickles are next !

North Kingstown, RI

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Cooking in a jar

5

My husband used the kit immediately. It was easy to use and allowed use to create our own gourmet kraut. Looking forward to pickles and Kim Chee.

New Jersey

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For the person that you never know what to get

5

My little brother is the hardest person to shop for. He works at a vegan taco shop and loves to experiment with new foods and creating his own masterpieces. This was perfect for him in that he finds so many uses for it, whether it's making his own pickles or coming up with a twist on Kimchee. I would recommend for any person with one or more of the following qualities: millennial ( because it takes minimal effort), vegans, stoners (mmm munching on fermented foodie bits), cooks and or foodies, hippies, hipsters, and anyone who likes sauerkraut, pickles, Kimchee, and other fermented products.

Revere, ma

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Almost useless

2

No recipes included. Difficult to download recipes. Gave up and bought book at local bookstore. Pain. Entire purchase rather frustrating.

Marietta, ga

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DIY Fermentation Kit

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