I am also starting my first batch of rejuvelac. I have seen recipes calling for the wheat berries, but then read that "healthier" grains to use are millet and quinoa. I'm sprouting some millet right now...
Probably doesn't really help to answer your question, but I wanted to pass along that little bit of info that I read in my favorite un-cookbook (Living Cuisine by Renee Underkoffler).
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Subject : [RawPortland] rejuvelac grains~
Date : Fri, 26 Jan 2007 17:31:41 -0000
From : "jen" <jenngal@...>
To : RawPortland@yahoogroups.com
i have decided to make some rejuvelac. i have up to this point been a
little scared of fermentation. i know that it is easy, it just scares
me a little for some reason. my question is on grains. it seems that
rejuvelac calls for soft wheat, but i have a lot of the winter red
wheat berries on hand that i use for wheatgrass... would this work as
well, or should i off and search for the soft wheat (i do not think i
have noticed it in the markets much). what is everyones favorite base
for rejuvelac? any input helps!
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