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Has any one here done any preserving using lacto-fermentation? If so how do you store your jars once made?
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Here's the search link for FERMENTATION:Link (search fermentation)
Definitely store the fermented foods in the refrigerator...in sealed containers so that the ferment drowns and is anaerobic. Most ferments should keep for up to a year that way.
As for storage containers: after the initial ferment you can store your goodies in anything from ziplock bags to recycled glass jars --so long as you make sure the acidification doesn't interact with any metal lid.
I find recycled food jars work better than bought ones.
Given the limited space available in any one's fridge, select your ferments carefully rather than be too ethusive and productive. I have my own ferment storing -- kimchi- fridge.
From my POV -- if you do the searching as in HERE (search kimchi)-- I'm a kimchi guy.
Dave, lots of BLFers do fermentation, there should be many posts on the subject. Use the 'search' box on BLF to see what turns up. Usually home-fermentation products are stored in the 'fridge since there's no preservatives in them.
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