We have been growing and juicing wheat grass from over 2 years now. Apparently, you should be taking it in small quantities like a tequila shot. I like to mix something in my wheat grass juice to make it more of a ‘glass of juice’, rather than a ‘shot’. Ok! I admit, may be I like to make more juice just because the efforts to clean the juicer remains same whether you make a ‘shot’ worth of juice or two full glasses. 😉
We have experimented with many different combinations over the year but this is my favorite flavor. Sometimes the basics are best :). This juice has just two ingredients, wheat grass and navel oranges. Enjoy making this simple yet packed with goodness juice.
- 2 fist full of wheat grass
- 2 navel oranges, peeled and cleaned (remove seeds if your juicer doesn’t do that)
- Add wheat grass and orange pieces in your juicer alternatively
- Enjoy your freshly squeezed juice
- If this is your first time, try to juice wheat grass alone first. This will give you an idea on how much juice is extracted from a given amount of wheat grass.
- I have noticed the waste from the wheat grass is very minimal, you can re-run the leftover fiber in juicer if you want.
- Wheat grass juice gives quite a lot of foam when juicing. Make sure to clean the juicer properly and avoid wasting any of your precious little juice.