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From: Bryanna (
Subject:         Re: Soya 'whey' drinks
Date: December 8, 2009 at 10:59 am PST

In Reply to: Soya 'whey' drinks posted by Kirsty on December 8, 2009 at 9:22 am:

Hmmm.. I just read about Japanese "Fruit-Flavored Vinegar Drinks":

Apparently they are all the rage in Asia. They use fruit-flavored vinegars, but I don't see why you couldn't use the idea with your whey. Basically, they just mix fresh fruit juice with vinegar and let it "ripen" for a few weeks, then add water for the drink.

Maybe you could experiment with mixing your whey with fruit juice (try pomegranate!) and perhaps a little sweetener, and/or sweet herbs.

There is also a very similar old North American style of fruit/vinegar drink called a "shrub" that was sweetened with sugar.

There is also an Amish, Mennonite and Pennsylvania Dtch beverage called "Switchel". There are numerous recipes on the internet. It is made with vinegar, brown sugar, molasses, water and ginger.

You could use the whey as the vinegar and water part and then, add fruit juice and/or sweetener, depending on what you are aiming for. These drinks are served cold.

Also, if you make bread, you can use some of the whey as part of the liquid in some breads.

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