Recipe Directions

1. Blend the sprouted soft berries in your blender, make into a paste.

2. Add minced veggies, salt, pepper, and seasonings. Add jalapeños and nutritional yeast powder.

3. Make into a loaf shape and sprinkle some more seasonings on top.

4. Dehydrate on Teflex for 12 hours, then flip over and dehydrate until they are still soft, but you can lift a loaf and it will stay intact.

Enjoy!

Marysia's Thoughts

By Marysia

This is a great bread, and the best part is that it is in the spirit of reuse and recycle!

If you make Rejuvalac, you typically use 1 cup dry soft wheat berries, which yields about 4 cups sprouted berries.

Why throw them away? Instead, mix them up with any veggies and whatever spices you want!

This version fills the house with a wonderful smell of Jalapeno and cheese! Yummy!

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Yes! Its deff. nice to have a bread that is not so heavy as if it were nut based! I plan on eating it with avocado... cant wait for my MC to be over!! :)

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wow! beautiful and a good way to use up some veggies that are on their way out! i have never worked with sprouted wheatberries but are wondering if the texture would be similar to sprouted buckwheat? i am gluten intolerant and can't have the wheatberries.

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I like the sound of this! It's nice that it doesn't have any nuts or oils in it, and still looks delicious!

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Mine is in the dehydrator right now and it really does smell wonderful. Thank you!

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wow! beautiful and a good way to use up some veggies that are on their way out! i have never worked with sprouted wheatberries but are wondering if the texture would be similar to sprouted buckwheat? i am gluten intolerant and can't have the wheatberries.

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What are some good minced veggies that you used?

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Yes! Its deff. nice to have a bread that is not so heavy as if it were nut based! I plan on eating it with avocado... cant wait for my MC to be over!! :)

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I like the sound of this! It's nice that it doesn't have any nuts or oils in it, and still looks delicious!

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It looks just gorgeous!!! I think I'll make this as soon as I get the nutritional yeast,

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