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What is Rejuvelac?

by Jerri Rejuvelac is a fermented drink, typically made from the liquid of sprouted wheat berries. Other grains can be used, including gluten-free grains like my favorite, quinoa. This drink has only been around since the 80s, when a health enthusiast, Ann Wigmore, introduced it to the raw foodie world, but it certainly ranks up there with drinks like the age-old beet kvass or kombucha. Now I am not a fan of how it tastes, despite its "good for me" qualities. But I am a HUGE fan of how awesome it is at culturing cashews in order to make a soft "cheese" or even "sour cream." It's delicious on foods like breads made with our sourdough starters, or on a...

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