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Rejuvelac is a fermented beverage that is inexpensive, easy to make, refreshing to drink and FULL of wonderful nutrients for your body. A healthy probiotic, it also has vitamins B, K and E, proteins, and enzymes. It is beneficial to your digestive system, promoting a healthy intestinal environment. It is also a great starter for raw nut cheese!




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  1. Rhianon wrote on August 19, 2016

    Hi there, what should i use to cover when storing in the fridge? Should it be in a preserving bottle or does it still need fresh air by using muslin or similar? Thanks lots!

  2. Peter Hegeman wrote on July 4, 2016

    Followed your directions several times with wheat berries and all i get is a cloudy, brownish colored liquid that smells “off”. I can get quinoa to work but it’s 4 times as expensive. Any ideas what could be causing this?

    • shawna wrote on August 10, 2016

      Are you using a glass jar? Are you covering with only a paper towel or towel – open to air? Whenever I’ve made in plastic containers or even put a loose lid the rejuvelac ended up smelling off (somewhat like vomit). 3rd day is the charm, yum bready smell with lemony taste.

      Best wishes

  3. Anne wrote on June 26, 2016

    Hi, i have soaked my wheatberries, some have sprouted some have not, my question is can i use the water that rinses the berries as rejuvelac, should i drink it? I have my berrries in jars with water, does it matter that some havent sprouted

  4. Raewyn Bryant wrote on June 12, 2016

    Hi there,

    I’m trying to make my own rejuvelac with brown rice. However, it smells really bad. Would you say that this is still safe to use? Any suggestions and tips would be greatly appreciated.

    • Susan wrote on June 14, 2016

      No…if it smells bad I would NOT use it. Cheers!

  5. Deanna wrote on May 20, 2016

    Is it possible to make a half batch?

    • Andrei wrote on July 8, 2016

      Of course. Half the ingredients – water and wheat will ferment regardless of proportions.


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