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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. Pradeep Bhutani wrote on April 25, 2016

    Hi, Can I use Amaranth to make Rejuvelac. Please Inform .

  2. Kathy wrote on April 12, 2016

    Will Bulgur Wheat work?

  3. mke wrote on April 2, 2016

    it says that to reuse the grain to make another rejuvelac batch only takes a day. why? which parts of the steps do I skip? thanks!

    • Susan wrote on April 3, 2016

      Hi, Mike, The steps that you are eliminating are the sprouting steps since you already have sprouted grains. Cheers!

      • Adrienne wrote on April 4, 2016

        Hi Susan, Step 5 above says you can reuse the wheat berries to make a second batch…. I think that’s what mke is referring to.

  4. Anna wrote on March 24, 2016

    Can I use spelt for this, too?

  5. Luann Foty wrote on March 18, 2016

    When using Quinoa to make rejuvelac, can the the spent grain then be boiled and eaten or will it make me sick or something? It’s so expensive that I hope not to waste it.
    Thank you for having your awesome website!

    • Susan wrote on March 19, 2016

      Hi, Luann, I don’t. It has been soaking for days. I think some people might. Cheers!

  6. Emily wrote on February 16, 2016

    I am just starting to learn about rejuvelac and sprouting grains and would like to know if using quinoa vs a non gluten free grain have any effect on the fermentation process or effectiveness?

    • Susan wrote on February 16, 2016

      Hi, Emily, People have great success with all different grains. Quinoa is a good one. Cheers!


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