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 Sodium in fermented veggies
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Posted: 1/17/2022 2:51:13 PM
 
I think you will always have to use salt as it inhibits some spoilage organisms. Maybe if you use a fermentation starter pack (like Cutting Edge Cultures for example) you can get away with using less salt 
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Posted: 1/17/2022 6:09:20 PM
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You can put only a pinch of salt in one jar... The fermentation process will be slower, but you are going to get fabulous results... The product should be slightly salty.

Also you can wash the product before you eat it.


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