These recipes produce broken down
proteins, and enzymes and maintain the "Life Force" usually destroyed by cooking
or processing. A diet of raw foods has been known to reverse disease and the effects of
the standard American diet. Organic foods that promote vibrant health include: fruit,
veggies, fresh raw juices,sprouted beans and seeds (mung bean, alfalfa are favorites),
nuts, pure water and air. "Life Force" is the information memory stored in live
plants and this can be absorbed by humans thereby bringing us spark.
1c wheat berries (organic soft white pastry wheat is best)
3c spring or filtered water.
Rinse wheat, remove floaters. Soak for 48 hrs. Pour off, drink. Add
2c water to the same wheat, this time soak for 24 hrs. Soak 3 times. Use a dark place.
Ferment to taste, tart not sour. Use any seed with hull. We can add a bundle of wheatgrass
to while fermenting. Variations cause different results. Fermentation is faster in warm
|Mix to consistency of
||thick cottage cheese
If using spring water instead of rejuvelac, triple fermentation
time. Cut veges can be added to taste. Mix the seed and rejuvelac to desired consistency,
allow to ferment, this can be refrigerated 3 to 5 days.
4c soaked wheatberries
1/2 c to 1c minced veges
2 T seasoning(caraway seed, poppy seed, sesame seed, garlic ect..).
Soak wheat 15 hrs, allow to drain 15 hrs. wheat left from rejuvelac
process can be used! Grind the wheat, add veges, season on top, form loaf.
"Bake" in the Sun or warm place(70-90 deg) until firm(12-24 hrs). Bread may need
to be turned so that bottom will dry. Enjoy !
WHEATGRASS (How to grow)
(organic; hard red winter wheat, unhulled sunflower seed, buckwheat seed) Soak 8-15
hrs(for best results drain 8 hours before seeding). Spread 1 inch of soil in a tray, wet
thoroughly but not muddy. Put 1 layer of seed touching each other. Cover 4-8 pieces of wet
newspaper then plastic or another tray without paper. On the 4th day remove cover, water
seeds, place in the sun. Water once a day. On the 7th day cut close to the base(vitamin
rich). Grind for juice or chew and remove pulp. In good soil the wheat may come up once
more. Compost the used sod face down.