- A glass jar or a nut milk bag for the sprouting
- A big glass container that you can close for the fermentation
- A blender or hand mixer
- 1 C of wheat berries
- Pure water
- Soak one cup of wheat berries overnight, covered with pure water
- Next morning: drain and rinse
- Turn the jar upside down on one side so all the water can drip out and the berries get fresh air
- Rinse the berries 2 or 3 times a day for about two days
- When a little ‘tail’ appears, they are ready!
You will see that after soaking the amount of berries almost doubled. This means you have almost 2 Cups and you can make more than you thought: make a pure jar and a variation with mint and lime or the fruits of your choice for a drink in the evening when you are craving wine or soft drinks.
- Place 1 C of wheat berries in the blender and add 1 C of water
- Blend for five seconds
- Pour this blend into your big glass jar
- If you want the rejuvelac pure and simple, only add one gallon of pure water. That’s it
- If you want another taste, put layers of lemon, ginger, mint or whatever you like in there on top of the blend.
- Then add a gallon of pure water
- Close the jar and put it away in a cool dark place or in a cupboard for three days. Lovely!
- If it is hot, check in every day and have a taste; if it is tart it is ready. If not, let it sit another day.
- After three days, pour off the rejuvelac through a sieve into bottles; they keep well for two weeks in a refrigerator
- You can add mint, lime and ice before drinking and experiment with you own preferences!
- With a dash of cinnamon, you create a complete different taste. Cheers!
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