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Growing Wheatgrass for Juicing

Growing wheatgrass is a great way to add nutrients to your diet that you just can’t get enough of in your regular grocery store. It’s also a great alternative to buying health supplements with a fancy label.

Growing your own wheatgrass is relatively easy with the help of some simple gardening techniques and seeds. Wheatgrass seeds are the most important ingredient for juicing. If you want your efforts to pay off, then you need to get only the best quality seeds.

Identifying The Best Seeds

Once you’ve identified your seeds, you’ll need to either purchase them already soaked or water them yourself. If you’re soaking your seeds, simply put them in a shallow pan with just enough water to cover them. Leave them in the water for up to two days, shaking occasionally to loosen the dirt. Some seeds may require soaking overnight. Once they’re soaking dry, store them in a sealed container.

If you’re juicing wet seeds, you need to first make sure they’re completely dry after removing them from the water. For this method, you can use paper towels to absorb the water. Once the seeds are totally dry, store them in an airtight container.

If you’re juicing dry seeds, you simply need to add them to a large bowl filled with water. Whichever method you use, make sure the seeds are not over-saturated with water. Add a few tablespoons of lime juice counteract the acidity in the seeds to make them more pliable.

To ensure your wheatgrass is always fresh and vibrant, it’s important to store it in the refrigerator. Depending on how often you are juicing, you might need to do this more than once per week. However, freshly squeezed wheatgrass has a light taste that’s great for you!

Tips for Growing Wheatgrass

When growing wheatgrass for juicing, you need to follow the directions provided with your kit. Make sure to provide the correct amount of sunlight, and providing a good place to grow it. Also, the area should be fairly level and you shouldn’t plant it higher than one foot off the ground. Once your seeds are germinating, you can move them to the growing position.

Growing wheatgrass for juicing can be a fun and rewarding experience. Growing your own wheatgrass provides you with a healthier snack that’s great for you and the environment. Wheatgrass makes a great supplement for a healthy diet!

In the past, people were afraid of using wheatgrass due to the extra work and effort. Now, most kits provide easy-to-follow directions and you don’t need to have any special skills or equipment. Even people with little to no juicing experience are able to use these kits at home.

Weight Loss & Wheatgrass

If you are new to juicing as a way to lose weight, wheatgrass is definitely an ideal choice. Since wheatgrass is high in fiber and low in fat, it has no calories and no trans fat. When you add it to your daily diet, you will get the same benefits without having to count calories. All you have to do is add it in small amounts at mealtime. Fresh wheatgrass leaves can have a bitter taste so we don’t recommend eating those alone.

Looking at the nutritional labels will help you decide which foods to add to your diet. Most wheatgrass products are going to be good for you and are very filling. They will provide your body with vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other nutrients that your body needs. Juicing wheatgrass on a regular basis will ensure that you are getting all of the nutrients you need.

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