For Sprouting Instructions, You may see our Rye page, or view/print the instructions specifically for this kit: Rejuvelac Kit. To learn about the Sprouter, click here: Mason Jar.
A staple of Ann Wigmore's Sprout Kitchen.
Though Ann wrote of soft wheat, we prefer Rye, because it is a better sprouting seed. Soft wheat just doesn't have much of a shelf-life as a seed and though we know the seeds aren't required to sprout to make Rejuvelac, we really think it is better if they do - and hey - we are Sproutpeople! We like sprouting seeds!
Rye is a common alternative and we have great Rye - so we combine that with a Big Jar and a Screen Lid plus our Sprouting Instructions and Rejuvelac Recipe - and you have all you need to get going with this mildly fermented grain beverage - which happens to have awesome nutritional content.
5 Pounds of
Another sweet grain sprout favored by adults and kids alike. Rye is easy, and fast to sprout. Great in breads, as a snack or best of all - as the basis of Rejuvelac.
The most basic sprouter, Jars - when topped by Screen Lids, are a fine choice for any skilled sprouter or for those willing to work a bit more diligently at rinsing and draining, or as an additional Sprouter, for easy sprouts, like Beans and Grains. A great choice for Pre-Sprouting Grass and Greens too!
Would that we were to have something more to tell you - which we have not yet told you - - this is where we would do so.