View Full Version : rejuvelac into a tasty drink or smoothie?
10-04-2008, 09:58 AM
Has anyone used rejuvelac as an ingredient in a drink or smoothie? Tried to have a go at drinking this stuff a few years ago, but it didn't last long. Don't think I can drink it straight on a daily basis.
Lately I have had strong urges to make it again for some digestion issues. I have my first batch in the fridge and am in the middle of making another .
Any ideas from any experienced rejuvelac drinkers?
10-04-2008, 11:12 AM
I make Lemon or Lime aid with it, add Agave to taste. I like the little FIZZ it has. You can add it to your smoothies or Anything. You can use it instead of Water in Recipes. REJUVELAC IS A GOOD THING...........
10-04-2008, 05:45 PM
Thanks for your suggestions!
Is the taste hidden in smoothies? I usually use 1 cup of water to make my GS, so it would be easy to add rejuvelac to them.
10-04-2008, 06:02 PM
rejuvelac=not always a good thing...search for other recent posts on this... its a crapshoot whether your rejuv ends up developing the good or the bad bacteria; and theres no way to tell by the taste or smell apparently. ann wigmore institute did lab testing on theirs and found this out and they no longer use or recommend it... just a heads-up.
11-09-2008, 07:33 PM
One posting I read said to add a little lemon or lime to the water to kill of the bad bacteria. My first try at making it failed, I think I misread the instructions and covered my jar with the metal lid cover and not with cheesecloth. Well, the first thing my husband asked when I opened my jars after 2 days was, "Did the baby vomit!"
So, I guess my 1st attempt failed. I'll got to the HFS to get more wheat berries, and probably rye to try again.
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