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5 - 7 Liter Fermenting Fermentation Crock Pots

At Harvest Essentials we pride ourselves on having the best selection of 5 - 7 Liter Fermenting Crock Pots to include numerous sizes and styles from Germany, Poland, China and more! If you find a size or style elsewhere let us know and we'll do our best to add it to our offering.

Taking from the oldest form of food preservation, Harvest Essentials' selection of 5 Liter Fermenting Crock Pots and Sauerkraut pots are an a MUST for pickling vegetables and making delicious sauerkraut, cucumbers, kimchi, pumpkins, celery, carrots, eggs, beans, potatoes and more. Almost any vegetable, fruit, fish and meat can be fermented in these small crock pots. The number one use for a fermentation pot is to make sauerkraut, which has been recognized as one of the healthiest foods.

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5 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
5 Stars
Dianne Thomes
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good

November 23, 2015
Just what I was told to expect. Thank you
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5 Stars
Pat Gurnick
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Happy Creations

March 19, 2015
Very pleased with product!
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5 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
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Linda Fox
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5 Liter Fermenting Crock

April 4, 2015
Great product. I use all they imd to make homemade sauerkraut
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Matt
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My favorite crock

March 19, 2015
I have three 5 L crocks, and this one is my favorite. The weights fit easily yet tightly, and the airlock works very well too. I have the Schmitt and Gaehrtopf (if memory serves), and the Schmitt is the least useful one. Its handles are somewhat difficult to hold onto, and the weights are somewhat difficult to seat. The Gaehrtopf is more difficult to clean but otherwise pretty good. This was my first crock, and it continues to produce top-notch turnip-, kohlrabi-, rutabaga-, and cabbage kraut.
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