Hi all, I'm new here but not new to the world of fermentation. I am currently having a problem with 10 gallons of a blueberry must that will not ferment. I used potassium metabisulfite 48 hours prior to pitching yeast. The must is in buckets and I covered them but did not install airlocks after adding the sufites. Now my ferment will not start. It has been 5 days. I have pitched yeast twice in those 5 days. I suspect the sulfite concentration is too high in the must due to covering the buckets. Does anyone know any way that I can get those sulfites out of solution now? I am thinking of doing a reverse starter but want to explore all the options before doing so. Thanks in advance for any help.