After experimenting, off and on, for about a year, the Rogers found a treat they considered good enough to start selling. That was in 2015. Today’s BrewChewz continue to be made via an elaborate process that includes Universitas Swasta Di Bandung mixing the wet grain with other ingredients, rolling and cutting out an extremely sticky dough by hand (Mary’s specialty), baking the biscuits and then dehydrating them in stages to produce a preservative-free, shelf-stable treat.
Tapping into tasty treats
The grain contains plenty of fiber, along with some protein and nutrients — although not as much as unprocessed grain. The Rogers stress that these are treats — not food — and have amped up the nutrition level with sweet potatoes as well as organic pumpkin, eggs and peanut butter.