Recipe: 1 part jambo blended, 3 parts water, 1/2 part sugar, & optionally a tea spoon of yeast. Within three days, once most of the sugar is broken down, you get a refreshing fermented jambo juice.
About Hans Rippel
After having lived in six countries on four continents and traveled to over 40 countries on six continents, I now have come to see myself as a citizen of the world. In that spirit, I celebrate diversity and I am eager to continuously learn about myself and the world I live in. On my journey in life, I have obtained a B.A. in psychology with positive psychology as my main passion and interest as well as a minor in Religious Studies and a Buddhist Studies certificate. In addition, I am continuously exploring how to optimize mental and physical health to enhance the quality of life for both myself and the people around me. My interests include reading educational non-fiction books about psychology, physical health, sciences, philosophy, and religion. Among my hobbies, I enjoy playing squash, swimming, running, rock climbing, hiking, biking, and general physical exercise.
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I’ve actually never tried rose apple juice before! Now you’ve made me eager to try heh. Will give it a go next weekend! Thanks for sharing this. :) Stumbled upon this after posting my wife’s RAINBOW JUICE concoction with a cold pressed juicer. :) Come see the pictures if you have the time! :)
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