If you buy wheat grass juice out, it is kind of expensive. So I decided to try and grow my own
Step 1. First, I used a nail that I heated over a candle to poke water drainage holes in the bottom of my plastic container
Step 2, Next, I added my dirt, wet it down and completely covered the dirt with my wheat grass seeds.
These are orgainic hard red winter wheat
Step 3. Lightly sprinkle the seeds with dirt. Make sure you cover them all
Step 4. I will now cover my seeds with plastic to act as a green house. You can use saran wrap.
As soon as the seeds start growing, take your plastic off so the wheatgrass doesn't mold.
This is day 3
I obviously need more grass to make my juice but you see what to do.
Cut a piece of flannel to fit your pot (I make the flannel double thickness)
Wash the flannel well with water
Put it in the container you will use (no drainage holes)
Sprinkle wheatgrass, wet it well and cover with plastic
You will need to mist this a couple of times daily. I was gone a couple of days and the below didn't get misted as much as it should of.
Below is a closeup of the roots and grass
When I juice this, I just throw it all into the juicer. Tastes so sweet. No wonder cows like eating grass.
Yes, you can reuse the flannel. Just wash it well
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