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MasonTops Complete Mason Jar Fermentation Kit [GIVEAWAY]

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MasonTops Pickle Packer Pickle Pebble Pickle Pipes | makesauerkraut.com

This Giveaway Contest had ended. The winner is Sarah H.!

Today’s an exciting day! My first ever giveaway!

Is anyone interested in winning a Complete Mason Jar Fermentation Kit from MasonTops? The kit includes…

1 Pickle Packer +

4 Pickle Pebbles +

4 Pickle Pipes!

I own a set of these – purchased by myself – and love how simple they are to use and how well they work. Read on for the details.

And, good news for Canadian readers that so often are not included in giveaways. I asked MasonTops if the contest could also be open to Canadian residents and they said “YES.”

Slight bulge in the Pickle Pipe indicates an active ferment. | makesauerkraut.comFall is in the air and cabbages – and many other vegetables for fermentation – are beginning to appear at local farmers’ markets – at least in North America. Time to dust off the crock, gather jars and invite the microbial world into your kitchen where they will effortlessly transform humble vegetables into delicious, healthy and tangy ferments. And having just the right tools will make that even easier for you.

I recently reviewed Pickle Pebbles and Pickle Pipes, testing how they worked with fermented carrots, cranberry-orange relish and sauerkraut. Read all the nitty-gritty details here:

Pickle Pipe Pickle Pebble [MasonTops] REVIEW: Delightfully Simple

Here’s What Others Have to Say About Their Pickle Pebbles and Pickle Pipes from MasonTops

My Gut Biome is Jumping for Joy

So Easy to Make at Home

Much Simpler

Pickle Pebbles & Pickle Pipes in Action

How to Enter the Giveaway

MasonTops has graciously donated one kit for the giveaway. THANK YOU MASONTOPS!

The giveaway starts Sunday, September 11th at 12:00 AM (Pacific Standard Time) and ends Monday, September 19th at 11:00 PM (Pacific Standard Time).

This giveaway is open only to residents of the U.S. and Canada.

The lucky winner will be chosen randomly – by the giveaway software – and announced on this post. I will email the winner and if the winner doesn’t respond within 48 hours, a new winner will be chosen.

This Giveaway has ended. The winner is Sarah H. 

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What would be the first thing you would ferment with your new MasonTops Fermentation Kit?

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  • Gene Black

    I would ferment some cabbage as I an alway use more sauerkraut.

  • Krystal

    I love making kale kraut!

    • If you have a recipe that works, be sure to share. I’ve yet to hear of successful, great-tasting kale kraut.

  • Deb Sawyer

    It would have to be a cabbage/carrot combo =)

  • Ben Bernanke

    Green Beans, Okra,Sour Pickles more Sauerkraut 🙂

  • Todd Strait

    Half sour pickle for sure! Then kraut.

  • LisaPeck89

    I would ferment some pickles & sauerkraut!

  • Claire

    I would ferment one jar of carrots, one of beets, one of sauerkraut and one of garlic and try new recipes…I love ferments!!!

  • Karen Shtybel

    I would do sauerkraut than I would try everything else

  • Bobbi West

    I would make your firecracker sauerkraut recipe

  • Annie

    I would ferment some Pickles first!!

  • Joecarnivorous

    I would make sauerkraut and ferment some cauliflower to start.

  • surrealchereal

    I want to ferment some sauerkraut and carrots!

  • I want to teach my 5th graders how to ferment food. We will begin with cabbage.

    • What a great skill to teach them. Most children enjoy the Sweet Garlic recipe.

      • Then Sweet Garlic it is!! Thanks!

        • Let me know how it goes. It would be great if they could each take home a little jar when finished, even the 4 oz (125 ml).

          • That is a great idea!! Thanks! I’m hoping to do this Friday. We made some countertop pickles that we eat tomorrow.

          • Great idea on the counter top pickles. I’m sure they’ll love them.

  • Dawn Renee’

    Carrots! Always wanted to try fermenting them and have garden fresh to use 🙂

  • Dona Bushong

    I love a mixture of cabbage, beets, garlic and caraway seed.

  • Misty

    Ive been making sauerkraut for a while now, and kimchi, pickles, kefir, kombucha, etc. I need to try making dilly beans next!

  • AnnaZed

    I want to make my own Sauerkraut!
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  • Cg Witherell

    I’ve gathered, read and re-read all of Holly’s info on fermenting veges. I would like to try sauerkraut first!

  • Laurel2053 .

    I would love to use these for fermenting green tomatos. Yum!

  • Yukiko

    First thing I would make would be pickles!

  • Bethann Perendy

    I would love to try the Cardomom Beet recipe!

    • A favorite of mine. Rosemary Beet is another winner.

      • Rae Russell

        I love rosemary and have some in the garden. Yay!!

        • I like 1 tablespoon roughly chopped for a quart-jar batch.

  • Bethann Perendy

    I would like to make one of the varieties of sauerkraut – Cardomom Beet is at the top of the list!

  • Rae Russell

    I would make my favorite right now: horseradish, scallop and leek sauerkraut. mmmmm

    • I like the horseradish and leek combo. What’s the “scallop?”

      • Rae Russell

        Autocorrect, LOL Shallot. Horseradish, shallot and leek. i just made a new batch, along with a shallot and beet sauerkraut, All from my garden. (except the horseradish). I feel so self sufficient right now ; )

        • Rae Russell

          Also, my hands reek of shallots and leeks. The stainless steel spoon doesn’t work as well on those. But I kind of like it.:P

          • Bethann Perendy

            Rae, I’d love your recipe with horseradish as we’ll be harvesting some soon. It would be fun to make something different with it!

          • And Rae, let us know if there is much bite left in the horseradish. My understanding is that during fermentation the enzymes break down the volatile oils in horseradish.

          • Rae Russell

            It was definitely muted, I made this second batch stronger, we’ll see if it makes a difference.

          • Rae Russell

            Bethann, my recipe is not precise, but for an 800g batch i use I large leek, 2-3 med shallots, and about a 4 inch piece of horseradish that is about 1.5 inches in diameter. When I made this the first time, it was really fabulous, but the horseradish was not really strong. You just got a hint of it.

          • Bethann Perendy

            Thanks Rae, we will give it a try next time I get horseradish dug up!

        • Autocorrect. Understand completely. I keep meaning to turn mine off. Shallots are a nice variations on onions. Must try it. Yay! for self-sufficiency. Thanks for the pics – they’re beautiful.

  • sottovoce

    I love sauerkraut, so that would be on the top of my list. Onions are great fermented as are carrots, bell peppers and, of course, cucumbers. Yummy all. 🙂 Thank you.

  • Diane Wortman

    I would start with pickles. Cardomom Beets sound interesting too.

  • Rebecca Lock

    Either pickles or sauerkraut would be the first things for me to ferment.

  • Cj Snow

    I would make sour pickles!

  • cynthiac

    I would like to try making sauerkraut. I’m sure I would love the Cardamom Beets too.

  • Amy Heffernan

    sweet mustard pickles. Thanks!

  • Connie Tucker

    Pickles, I love pickles!!

  • Sheila Jernigan

    try a new flavored sauerkraut

  • Jamie

    Pickles.

  • lyn21

    I would love to try pickles

  • Sandy McFadden

    I would make either sauerkraut or some type of pickles.

  • Sa Collins

    I would make either pickles or kefir..not sure which one. Thanks

  • Deborah W

    The first thing I would make is pickles. The second one would definitely be sauerkraut. I love both and can’t wait to try my hand at these!

  • James Stringham

    I would start out with making pickles, then go from there.

  • Tom Svinarich

    I would start with califlower

  • amy fisher

    sauerkraut for sure. i love it.

  • Manna Quail

    I’d read books and blogs before making my first sauerkraut a few months ago, but since I found your website I signed up your newsletter and have been learning much more from your site. I don’t need to look further!

    • WOW! “I don’t need to look further!” Quite a compliment. Thank YOU!

  • Christina Sparks

    I would try some pickles.

  • rparis

    I would make sauerkraut first.

  • Danielle

    i think I would be tempted to try making sauerkraut, ive never really thought about this method before!

    • It is a nice and easy one! And, it works well, too.

  • Josh Gerken

    Just completed my first fermentation and with these winnings I’d make two jars the next time. Hoping to win!!

    • What did you ferment? Sauerkraut? What flavor?

  • Laura

    I would make some pickles for sure!

  • Lauren Fournier

    I would make sauerkraut first and then, if successful, I would try kimchi.

  • Caryn Coates

    Definitely Pickles. My husband and I just recently started canning and my first canning project was strawberry jam and it turned out so good.

  • Stephanie Robertson

    I would make Kimchi first

  • Emily Endrizzi

    I would make pickles first.

  • Bethann Perendy

    I’d like to use it for smaller batches of interesting sounding things like the firecracker kraut and the one with corn, while it’s still in season here.

    • Exactly why I love small-batch fermentation.

  • Kathy Lane

    I think I would make sauerkraut first! I would then try my hand at making pickles next.

  • Jill Thomassen

    I would definitely make sauerkraut first. I have been buying it at Trader Joe’s, but I’ll save so much making it at home.

  • Steph

    I will make some Kimchee first!

  • Rose

    The first thing I’d make is sauerkraut. I’ve always wanted to do it, and just never have taken the plunge!

  • Laurie Emerson

    The first thing I would ferment is sauerkraut. I love the tasty tang of it and I would love to make my very own.

  • Rose Landauer

    I would ferment one jar each of pickles and orange sauerkraut.

    • Orange Sauerkraut. Now, that sounds scrumptious!

      • Rose Landauer

        It is! I like the lower sodium options like apple and orange kraut.

  • Emanuela Adams

    I have lots of cucumbers growing in my garden. I would love to pickle these.

  • Notfurlong

    Sauerkraut! That’s what I’d make. 🙂

  • Brandon Sparks

    Sauerkraut for sure…

  • untoldexpressions

    Sauerkraut! Would love to win.

  • Jeanene Tremoulet

    Sauerkraut, love to try different recipes.

  • Richard Hicks

    Probably try pickles first

  • Christian Alejandro

    I would start with pickles!

  • donnak4

    I would like to try making the pickles.

  • Bryan E.

    We would make Sauerkraut !!!

  • Carrot Ginger kraut for sure