Jul 04, 2012 - 8:46 am
as i look out my bedroom window into the sunroom, i see a field of green.
not rolling hills but of wheatgrass. its cold here and the wheatgrass grows best about 18 degrees celcius. the sunroom is the warmest room in the house.
so i got the wheatgrass juicing going really well, so how easy is it to add a good handful of cilantro. now i am adding a piece of bitter melon as well.
this green juice is like a cup of poison, it tastes so bad it must be good for me.
i have 10 trays growing, the seeds are cheap and the kids love cutting and watering the grass.
the local organic shop gives me the used trays, and i get another crop out of them. what a great shop.
the largest supplier of organic wheatgrass in sydney delivers a big tray for $23 each week, not that i need this anymore i have more wheatgrass than i can juice.
i am aiming at a couple of green juices a day. i also add in the broccoli powder, chorella and mcp if i have this juice at breaky or around dinner time.
it would be lovelly to think the cilantro is an effective chelating agent. i hope to start hardore chelation as soon as dysbios and mineral status adequate. then i will do a pre/post dmsa challenge for all those interested in chelation basics.
anyway just interested if anyone else here is into wheatgrass juicing ?
i love my champion juicer and the greens attachment.
ps i wish i had been using my greens attachment earlier. i waited until i got the wheatgrass project going, well i should not have waited, it gets so much more juice out of the green leaves.