Wednesday, July 6, 2011
The rejuvelac is now fermented 24 hours… 24 more hours to go before I can use it. This is an experiment to see the results using oat berries rather than wheat berries. The picture shows the rejuvelac ready for fermentation. I soaked the oat berries over night then proceeded to sprout them for two days. Moving them into a 4 litre jar enabled me to add the nearly 4 litres of water used during the fermentation process.
I used too much water in making the rejuvelac so am cutting back on the next batch. I don't like the smell of this batch of rejuvelac. It doesn't smell 'bad' and can be an odor specific to the oat berries. Make sure the berries you use are actually raw, not steamed.
At 12:28 PM a grapefruit with a sprinkling of pecans and bee pollen.
2:15 PM 4 whole apricots.
Through the day I continued drinking lots of water.
At approx. 4:00 PM with the champion juicer I juiced a concoction that looks like a dark chocolate drink. I am working on fine-tuning making a juice that looks like and tastes like chocolate milk. I am really close to succeeding.
AT 5:57 PM it was a salad comprised of romaine lettuce, mango chutney and falafel sprinkled with red onion. That is such a super combination. The falafel tastes astounding as does the mango chutney.
I still am not able to find the pictures with this application… very odd, everything was going ok until I downloaded Picaso newer version… and I am working from a macpro. Pictures issue is cleared up!
In the picture is me the blogger, who loves tie-dyes! :) Happy munching, eh…
the mango chutney.
I still am not able to find the pictures with this application… very odd, everything was going ok until I downloaded picaso newer version… and I am working from a macpro. Pictures issue is cleared up!
Tis me, the blogger, who loves tie dyes! :) Happy munching, eh…