This thermometer is ideal for measuring the temperature of your fermentation brew. Just stick it to the jar, or whatever you’re using, and you’re good to go.
Many fermentation work best in a certain temperature range. Kombucha for example prefers a pleasant fermentation temperature of 25 to 30 degrees Celsius. Sure, room temperature will work as well, but if you were to ask the SCOBY he (or she) would express her preference for a warmer spot. Most vinegars also like higher temperatures than room temperatures. Jun, by contrast, enjoys cooler surroundings.
About this fermentation instant read sticker thermometer
This thermometer is ideal for measuring the temperature of your fermentation brew. Just stick it to the jar, or whatever you’re using, and you’re good to go. No need to take readings with a seperate thermometer. No need to even open the jar. This thermometer will give you the temperature reading continuously, 24/7. Of course you can use it for other temperature measurements as well.
- 1 sticker thermometer
- range: 10-40 degrees Celsius, in 2 degree steps.
- Please note: the sticker is permanent once applied
Online English spoken workshop ‘how to make your own miso’
During this online master class, Dutch foodwriter and fermentation expert ‘Meneer Wateetons’ will teach you how to make your own miso. Thanks to a special form of fermentation, two very modest and rather boring ingredients come together to form one of the most beautiful, complex substances on earth. Mister Wateetons tells you exactly how that fermentation works and what you need for it, how you can make miso at home from now on, how you can speed up the process of making miso, how you can vary endlessly on these two basic ingredients and what kind of cool things you can do with miso. Click here for more info.
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