Ok, you have a lid with an airlock, a lid with tissue or paper towel, or a towel and now Jack Keller with is Raspberry wine recipe says to "Cover primary with plastic wrap secured with a large rubber band".
I'm not sure I understand ..it seems that you want the CO2 to escape, but plastic wrap with a rubber band seems like it would ensure that nothing escapes.
Currently I am using a towel with the lid incredibly loose on top (more to give some weight to the towel while letting gasses escape.
Any insights? Am I doing ok? Should I be trapping everything inside?
(I took a taste after the daily stir (after the first 24 hours with the yeast) and boy it is tasting good!)