Rejuvelac is quite easy to make, kittee. I could give you a recipe if there isn't one included.
I am undecided about whether to get this book as I wasn't terribly enthused with her last one. Is it heavy on dehydrator recipes? I don't have a dehydrator, so I'm not sure how useful it would be.
I've been reading a thread about the recipes at her forum. From what has been posted so far, there are similar recipes in my Ani Phyo books that I can make, but a new book is a new book and I do love to buy new books ....
I think we all see where this is going. :-)
thanks, she does give a rejuvelac recipe, but it's made with wheat and rye berries. i am going to make some with quinoa and then give the cheezes a shot! yes, lots of dehydrator recipes. i looked through the whole book last night, i wish i could get into cooking like this, or un cooking whatever, but i really can't, for instance, the crackers i want to make today--nuts need to be soaked for 8 hours, sundried tomatoes for 3, then the whole thing is dehydrated for 8 hours and it only makes one sheet of crackers. but with two cups of seeds!!! so expensive and time/energy inefficient.