Yes, You Can Eat Wheatgrass

I'm still amazed at the number of people who try to eat wheatgrass. I just saw a YouTube video of a guy munching on a mouthful of wheatgrass. While it is true that you can eat wheatgrass, it definitely isn't the best or most efficient way to get the nutrients out of the stuff. If you want to give it a go, put a handful of wheatgrass in your mouth, chew on it and swallow the juice, and then spit out the spent, dry leftover grass. Of course, the easier way to get way more juice out of it is to get yourself a wheatgrass juicer (starting at around $50) and drink a cool shot of wheatgrass juice.


Eric Brody said...

How long does Wheatgrass last if you cut it and store in a plastic container in the refridgerator?

Great site!


MrVegan said...

It lasts about a week. You often have a whole tray that you need to cut before it gets too old, so you can just cut all of it, bag it, and make juice from this until you finish it.

StartingYourBusinessTodayAdvisor said...

When I lived in California, it was relatively easy to find wheatgrass in all of its various forms. Back here in North Carolina, it is far more difficult.

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