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Mortier Pilon Fermentation Crock

Updated April 10, 2017

Mortier Pilon Fermentation Crock

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Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, Editor, AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes.com


Making homemade pickles, kimchi, and other canned foods has never been so easy. The Mortier Pilon Fermentation Crock has a 2L capacity so you can make big batches. The design of the crock is incredibly sleek and modern which is great if you have it sitting out for company to see.



Canning and making fermented recipes is a great way to learn about preserving foods. These items are made to last and won't go bad for years! Make a batch of pickles for this crock and you can keep them ready to enjoy for any moment. 



The crock is primarily made of glass, with the entire interior being glass. This important for making these types of preserved recipes because you need an anaerobic environment to keep your creations preserved. The design of this crock not only works well, it looks great, too. You can display all of your delicious recipes for guests to awe over.



This crock comes with a fun ceramic weight that matches the aesthetics of the crock. It also has a wax pencil to label your new creations. The recipe booklet is filled with delicious recipes to get you started, too. I recommend starting with one of the basic kimchi recipes.



All together the crock is really more of a fermentation kit. This makes it a wonderful gift for all the foodies in your life.

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