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German Style Harvest Pot, 15L

List Price: $159.99
Our Price: $124.99
Savings: $35.00

Product Code: 24-1412

These beautful fermenting pots make it extra easy to ferment your own sauerkraut, beets, pickles and other vegetables. Made of fine-grained, kiln-fired and lead-free glazed stoneware which makes the exterior as well as interior very smooth and appearance flawless. Makes sauerkraut a fun and very rewarding Do-It-Yourself project that is great for your own health benefits or for that of your family's. The forefather of Western medicine, Hippocrates, is often quoted as saying "All Diseases Begin in the Gut", while there are many illnesses out of our control, its time to give your gut the material it needs to help combat the rest. Enjoy years of dependable fermenting in your home.

11 1/4" dia. x 13 1/4"H (w/o Lid), 16"H (w/ Lid)

Stone Dimensions:
9 1/2" dia. x/8" H

Average Rating: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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Not much for handles October 16, 2016
Reviewer: Matt from Ashley, ND United States  
Like what I see out of the box.  On the day it arrived I shredded 28 lbs of cabbage for kraut. (Guessing it was about 2/3 full.) But when it came time to move it, there's not much to hang on to with that amount of weight.  Wait to fill the water trough until you have it in its final location.

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Reviewer: KEN BAIN from HAINES, OR United States  

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Minor improvements needed in design November 15, 2015
Reviewer: Emil Wehrle from Mount Prospect, IL United States  
Fermentation  crock works as expected. The neck or opening is a little narrow but not anything that would stop me from buying another one. My sole issue is with the handles. Once the crock is full it is very difficult to lift up given the small knobs to be used as handles. I have already dropped one and had to purchase a second one. I have found using a carboy carrier from my homebrewing equipment works very well in handling the full crock.

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