View Full Version : what's the consensus behind rejuvelac?
I've read that half the time rejuvelac contains harmful bacteria. Also I've heard rejuvelac can be made with other grains and that wheat rejuvelac contains the most harmful bacteria in particular.
So what's up with rejuvelac, is it really good for you? Which grain is recommended? What's a good protocol to follow?
And what's the purpose of using rejuvelac in raw bread recipes?
also can you eat the grains after it has been fermented?
I think I'll just try sprouting the grain, and then leave them in water for about 12 hrs and drink that and see how that is.
10-09-2010, 09:21 PM
I drink Rejuvelac all the time and have got nothing but good from it. I use Kamut, Rye, Wheat, even Quinoa and other grains/cereals/etc. And I make bread from the used grains!
I sprout the grains and then let them sit in holy water for a good 24 hours or so. There's not really a point where its "done", it all comes down to preference. The longer you let it sit/ the hotter it is, the stronger the flavor.
10-10-2010, 12:36 PM
Are you talking vampire-burning, blessed by the pope holy water here?
10-10-2010, 03:27 PM
Water blessed by Yours Chu-ruly. This water would nourish a vampire on the cellular level.
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