Lemonade Rejuvalac

Lemonade Rejuvalac
Recipe type: Beverage
Rejuvalac is a time honored recipe by one of the great leaders in this arena. For the purpose of the cleanse, you can make it with rye berries rather than wheat.
  • 2 C wheat or rye berries
  • non-chlorinated water for soaking and rinsing
  • 2 quarts non-chlorinated water for fermenting
  • 4 lemons
  • honey, maple syrup, agave or other natural sweetener to taste
  1. Rinse the berries very well.
  2. Place in a jar with 2 quarts non-chlorinated water to soak 8 to 10 hours.
  3. Drain and rinse the berries well.
  4. Place the jar with the berries, tilted on it's side at an angle to sprout for two days.
  5. Rinse the berries and drain twice a day while sprouting.
  6. After the berries have sprouted, rinse well and drain.
  7. Cover with 2 quarts of fresh, non-chlorinated water to ferment.
  8. Place a cloth or coffee filter on top of the jar and affix with a rubber band.
  9. Allow the berries to ferment for 2 days.
  10. Pour off the liquid and store in a container in the refrigerator until ready to drink.
  11. A second, third and possible fourth batch may be made with the sprouted berries.
  12. Simply fill the jar with fresh water and ferment for one day for each batch.
  13. To make lemonade, add the freshly squeezed juice of 4 lemons per two quarts of rejuvelac and sweeten with your choice of natural sweetener to taste.