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Question on what to do with my wheatgrass
Posted by: cy ()
Date: August 20, 2011 10:23PM

Hey Guys,I have a question about wheatgrass.
I have 5 trays with amazing wheatgrass. I juice every day and 3 days ago I was feeling so good that I over did. Of course I got sick.
Now I am giving some time,but I don't want to lose my wheatgrass.
What should I do? cut them and freeze them?
I have no idea,that have never happened with me before.

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Re: Question on what to do with my wheatgrass
Posted by: WheatgrassYogi ()
Date: August 21, 2011 12:16AM

cy Wrote:
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> ....but I don't want to lose
> my wheatgrass.
> What should I do? cut them and freeze them?
You could cut it, seal it in zip-lock bags, and then put it in the refrigerator.
I've been taking less Wheatgrass Juice in more water.....say a 1:12 ratio. It gives the Body a better Green Flush......WY

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Re: Question on what to do with my wheatgrass
Posted by: cy ()
Date: August 21, 2011 11:43AM

Thank you so much WY.
I'll do that.

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Re: Question on what to do with my wheatgrass
Posted by: cy ()
Date: August 23, 2011 02:12AM

Hey WY,thanks again. My wheatgrass looks great in the refrigerator.
Next week I'll start again with my morning routine wheatgrass.
Thanks again,I really appreciate your help.

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Re: Question on what to do with my wheatgrass
Posted by: WheatgrassYogi ()
Date: August 23, 2011 02:39AM

cy Wrote:
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> Next week I'll start again with my morning routine
> wheatgrass.
Go easy...it's strong medicine. Years ago I took my Wheatgrass Juice diluted with Carrot Juice. Now I take it with Water.
Best wishes.......WY

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Re: Question on what to do with my wheatgrass
Posted by: cy ()
Date: August 23, 2011 04:16AM

Ok. It was a huge lesson for me.Thanks so much.

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Re: Question on what to do with my wheatgrass
Posted by: pborst ()
Date: August 23, 2011 08:25PM

You can also dehydrate and pulverize in a mortar and pestal as an alternative. WY's method sounds great as well. Lot's of choices.

paul

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Re: Question on what to do with my wheatgrass
Posted by: Anonymous User ()
Date: August 23, 2011 08:44PM

I personally would not consume grass powder as humans just can't digest that sort of fiber at all. Dehydrated juice is another story but... not easy to do in the home kitchen.
When I managed the sprout farm we would juice wheatgrass and flash freeze it in little containers using dry ice to preserve it's goodness (as much as is possible with frozen foods). I am pretty sure you can buy dry ice somewhere.
Another thing that can be done with too much grass is to juice it for a rectal implant after an enema. That's a pretty intense experience though, google for more information on doing that correctly if you're interested. There's less nausea involved in that way of taking grass juice though, if you're one who finds it unsettling to the stomach.

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Re: Question on what to do with my wheatgrass
Posted by: cy ()
Date: August 24, 2011 03:32PM

Hey pborst and coco, thanks so much.

it's a good idea to dehydrate the juice,I could do that.
I'm thinking in starting juicing again on Monday (diluting it with water -my problem was too much wheatgrass in a day).
I did many wheatgrass implants and thanks,I had completely forget them.
I'll definitely do them again.

I heard that if we chew wheatgrass it is very good.

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