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Using a mason jar for lacto-fermentation, you have to regularly “burp” the ferment by opening the lid every now and then to release the gas.
FORGET CANNING, AND GET YOURSELF A CHINESE PICKLE CROCKCLARISSA WEIJULY 14, 2021EATER
Lime salts also possess the power of transforming renninogen into the active ferment.
A MANUAL OF CLINICAL DIAGNOSISJAMES CAMPBELL TODD
They are extremely prone to change, and in presence of animal matters readily ferment, and are converted into salts of ammonia.
ELEMENTS OF AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRYTHOMAS ANDERSON
At the moment when our history begins, the audacity of the new religious doctrines was putting all Paris in a ferment.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
A mixture of water and honey allowed to ferment together was called mulsa.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
The existence of such a soluble ferment would explain the presence of free sugar and free fisetin.
SOME CONSTITUENTS OF THE POISON IVY PLANT: (RHUS TOXICODENDRON)WILLIAM ANDERSON SYME
But, as it appeared, the decision had been made public that afternoon, putting the whole parish into a ferment.
JOHNNY LUDLOW, FOURTH SERIESMRS. HENRY WOOD
The allied armies under the Duke of Brunswick were gathering, and Paris was in a ferment.
THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND - VOL. X.WILLIAM HUNT
Her mind was in a ferment of elation and doubt, of trepidation and joyful anticipation.
QUINALICE HEGAN RICE
Various peoples recognize this when they collect the juice of certain fruits and, exposing it to the air, allow it to ferment.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO FERMENT

  • ado
  • agitation
  • brouhaha
  • bustle
  • confusion
  • disturbance
  • excitement
  • ferment
  • flap
  • flaw
  • fluster
  • flutter
  • furor
  • fuss
  • gust
  • haste
  • hurry
  • outbreak
  • pother
  • spell
  • spurt
  • squall
  • stir
  • to-do
  • tumult
  • turbulence
  • turmoil
  • whirl
  • whirlwind
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