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Member Forum >> General Discussion >> What jars do you guys use for yogurt making to be submerged under water?
 What jars do you guys use for yogurt making to be submerged under water?
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Posted: 5/22/2020 7:10:53 PM
 
I failed to account for my jars I use rusting over time when submerged under water during yogurt making. I should probably switch to something different before the seals on these jars may fail completely due to the erosion. Luckily, none of the rust is actually getting into the yogurt but the sous vide stick device is circulating it around which may be bad for the sous vide device (though no problems yet after dozens of ferments). I’d like to know about some users setups here with regard to sous vide devices (ie non rusting canning jars, plastic containers, etc). 
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Posted: 5/22/2020 9:43:57 PM
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I use the jars my yogurt maker came with (glass with plastic lids). I don’t submerge them, but add water about halfway up.

When I use an insulated bag and heating pad, I use plastic freezing jars.


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Posted: 5/23/2020 6:11:45 AM
 
I still use regular Ball canning lids, but top them with plastic caps. Every once in a while I replace one of the lids. I use pint wide-mouth jars. I do submerge during incubation, and have been pleased with the setup.


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Posted: 5/23/2020 7:28:35 AM
 
You can get plastic lids for Ball jars. That’s what I did.
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Posted: 5/23/2020 7:39:36 AM
 
Or just cover with plastic wrap. 

You are just trying to prevent fungal contamination and water condensation. 


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Posted: 5/23/2020 10:56:09 AM
 
Deek, I use both a lid that simply sits on the rim of the jar and a plastic cap that screws on over the lid. The combo has never allowed any leakage. FWIW.


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