For Every Member Of The Family
Consider it A Salad In A Glass
- This is food that is safe and appropriate for the entire family
- You can drink any amount you wish
- You can start / stop drinking wheatgrass juice at any time
- Our wheatgrass juice is tested gluten free
- Trust your instincts. You may find that you prefer more or less so feel free to increase or decrease the amount you consume.
READY TO DRINK IN UNDER 2 MINUTES
Yes, we’ve put the stopwatch on this.
Adding 3 parts room temperature water speeds the melt, makes the juice tastes great and it can be ready in under 2 minutes if stirred constantly. Most simply prepare a glass, give it a quick stir and return in a few minutes making for almost effortless preparation.
REMOVING THE CUBES
You’ll Be A Pro By The Third Time
How To Prepare Wheatgrass Juice
- Watch both of the videos above and try each method of removal to see which works best for you.
- Remove a juice package from the freezer
- Leave it sitting flat on your kitchen counter for 1 minute before proceeding
- Release the cubes using the methods in the videos above
- Cut a corner from the top of the bag to create an opening.
- Put the desired number of cubes (0.5 fl. oz each) to an empty glass.
- Add 3 parts (1.5 fl ozs per cube) room temperature water to gently and rapidly melt the juice
- It can be fully thawed in under 2 minutes with constant stirring but most people stir it a couple of times and sip it as it thaws
- To speed the melt, simply use more water
- Drink it within 10 minutes before oxidation degrades it
- Please avoid using heating, hot water or microwaves to speed the melt. Heating the wheat grass juice destroys the vitamins and enzymes and compromises its living qualities.
HOW MUCH WE DRINK
We have many family members that drink wheatgrass juice as part of a healthy lifestyle. Depending on individual preferences, we prepare and drink anywhere between 1 fl oz and 10 fl ozs in a day.
Tom at 82 drinks 5 – 8 fl ozs per day
Derek at 53 drinks about 2.5 ozs per day
Janice at 78 drinks about 5 fl ozs per day
John at 55 drinks about 1 fl oz per day
Derek’s kids at 13 and 17 , are served 0.5 fl oz per day (but don’t drink it every time)
The only real rule of thumb involves the kids. When serving your kids, serve yourself last as they tend to drink it about 50% of the time at first and you don’t want any to go to waste.