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From: Gina (
Subject:         Re: Sprouts and contamination
Date: October 5, 2014 at 9:11 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Sprouts and contamination posted by Paul on October 5, 2014 at 8:32 pm:

The only post I made about something I wouldn't eat was the purple DULSE from a reputable company that extensively tests their seaweed. I hydrated the seaweed to wash off the salt and any dirt and what I found were a bunch of really gross larvae clinging all over the dulse. You couldn't see them when the seaweed was dried but you could see them when hydrated. That soft leaf dulse is tasty and many people would eat it just like that in a dry state. So I freaked out when I saw the larvae, because my friend eats that out of the bag.

I have never made a bad batch of nut yogurt because I use a standardized probiotic (Lou Corona's) and also I have made it with Ann Wigmore's method too.
WHat I said was that Brian Clement found that sometimes when someone makes rejuvelac, they might culture some weird bacteria, if there was some bad bacteria in the air, let's say if someone was sick.
But I am thoroughly cleaning my kitchen to make the rejuvelac, per Sproutarian's instructions, because I am inspired by Ann Wigmore's example.

I am looking forward to the B vitamins, vitamin k-2 and vit b-12 from the yogurt

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