Monday, October 10, 2016

Ragi ganji and mucor

My experiment with putting it into ragi ganji two days ago also shocked me in terms of both speed and appearance after.

Ragi ganji, millet soup, is supposed to be high in protein and iron. It's a colloidal, thick liquid that people drink with salt and buttermilk usually and it's said to be 'cooling' to the system (which is the equivalent to Dr Sebi's alkalinity I think).

Anyway I put a half a cup of my mucor drink in the hot ganji and closed it. In two days I remembered it and looked and it was just a  dark sediment with a clear liquid above! I've never seen the sticky, glutinous ragi ganji do that before - not even with soap!


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