Lots of great advice given up there, Maverick. Welcome aboard! The first time you ferment a batch of peppers can be a bit daunting, but stick with it. You'll be hooked in no time
Eventually, you *should* see tiny CO2 bubbles forming inside the jar (although there is a possibility that you won't). Either way, don't fret. Every other day or so, grasp the jar, in between your two palms, and gently 'ratchet' the jar, back and forth. That'll free up some of the bubbles that may be stuck, and they should rise to the top. Think of one of those Chinese drum toys:
Once the bubbles rise to the top (and pop), that's when I'd "burp" the jar. Keep at it, man! You're gonna be very happy with your end result!
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