David Wolfe has mentioned that wheatgrass has such a short-term nutritional apex that it almost MUST be consumed and/or juiced within hours of being cut. Is this true? Does wheatgrass even NEED to be juiced?
I ask because I recently noticed my local, not-high-end grocery store has started selling little 5x5 inch pots of soil they call wheatgrass, but I abstained from buyin it because I worried it'd lose all its nutrition by the time I figured out what to do with it.
So I guess my question is: what the hell do you actually DO with legit wheatgrass? I'm not even beyond eating the stuff raw, but Is it more sensible to just buy the expensive pill-form?
asked byATdischargingfoul (0)
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