Mortier Pilon

Home Fermentation Recipe Book Case of 6

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Disappointing

7/25/2018 by Elaine

Tried recipe from the book was disappointed, bland tasting. I also thought there should be better descriptions of what to expect and how finished should look.

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Something is missing

5/6/2017 by Kathleen

This recipe book is somewhat lacking in helpful information. The recipes seem to focus on kombucha and kimchee. I have nothing against either of these but am more interested in sauerkraut. The one recipe I did try was an overblown mess. I don't think it worked. The ingredients, as listed, did not all fit into the jar. I may try something else but doubt I'll use this book again.

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disappointed

1/16/2017 by Suzanne

The cookbook isn't worth it. All the recipes and instructions come with the fermentation material. I was very disappointed

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If you can read French than great. If not you're out of luck...

12/12/2016 by Deanna

Note to the consumer...this cook book is all in French which I couldn't use and had to return.

Hi Deanna,
Thank you for your review. We do also have an English version of our
recipe book.
Please feel free to contact [email protected]
if you have any other question; we’ll be happy to help you!

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The Mortier Pilon Story

For healthier digestion, leave this on the counter.

Pickled Goodness

This fermentation pot will help you create nutrient-rich foods that are good for digestion . . . and it looks great doing it.

If you’re not familiar, fermentation introduces helpful bacteria, or probiotics, to balance your digestive system and help it absorb more nutrients. It’s an age-old food preservation technique that—without the right tools—can be as messy as it is beneficial. You put your foods in a type of brine (usually a mixture of salt, water, and vinegar), and a delightful chemical reaction happens.

Mortier Pilon creates the ideal environment for this biological transformation. This
vessel has a futuristic look with clean lines, but the design has a purpose. As the organisms inside begin to grow, they create gases. The water seal lets those gases escape, while also keeping air out. An included weight makes sure your veggies stay submerged under the brine and outside the reach of unwanted bacteria.

Get new recipe ideas fresh from the Mortier Pilon cookbook—like pickles and homemade sauerkraut. To keep track of your creations, update the rewritable label. To store your fermented foods in smaller batches, you can use their optional canning jars.

Whether you’re an expert or an amateur, this fermentation crock will get you asking, “Is that fermentable?”
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