Recipe Directions

blend sunflower seeds with rejuvelac until creamy
add some water if needed
then add the prunes and spices and pulse
the prunes should be in small pieces but still visible
put the mixture in a cheesecloth or nutmilkbag and hang it to drain
let it sit like that at least 24 hours

Chlorophylla's Thoughts

raw sunflower seed cheese with an amazing flavour of dried prunes, lavender and mustard...
i really love dried prunes.. that is why i add it to a lot of dishes lately.. i just had a batch fresh rejuvelac ready which reminded me of doing some cheese.. and i came up with that gourmet recipe which turned out so delicious* you can spread it on crackers or dip veggies into it.
i think i also will try it out with cashews..

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but what if you don't have rejuv on hand? could you mix in probiotics and hang? hmmm?

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Nearly answered your rejuvelax question again.
Dr Ann Wigmore highly recommends it.

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Wow, this sounds insanely good!

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I added this to my favorites. I have tasted a lavender hazlenut butter before that was just amazing.
You can type rejuvelac into google. It is fermented grains in water and it tastes absolutely divine. Especially when made with Rye. I would recommend it. I am not sure if it is great for people with IBS, I haven't done a good test on it yet.

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what is rejuvelac??? i haven't heard of this.

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