Wheat berries are unprocessed wheat kernals in their most natural state. Use cooked wheatberries like you would rice or any other whole grain, in soups, salads, or side dishes, or as a base for stir fry. You can stuff bell peppers with them or simmer them in nut milk for a hearty breakfast porridge. They are full of micronutrients, protein, and fiber. They can be ground to flour, rolled into flakes, or sprouted. Try making your own Rejuvelac, a fermented beverage made from wheatberries that is bursting with nutrition and probiotics
Use a quart jar to sprout the wheat berries until tail appears (2-3 days).
Place sprouted wheat berries and the filtered water in a jar.
Put in a warm place for 24-48 hours. Liquid should be slightly fizzy and turn cloudy. The liquid should taste clean and fresh with a hint of citrus.
Pour off the liquid to save and place in the refrigerator. It will keep up to a week.
Reuse the berries for a second batch, if desired, but only for 24 hours.
Enjoy Rejuvelac as a refreshing beverage