How To Grow Wheatgrass Video

Grow Wheatgrass

Well gang we are back with vengeance.  Welcome to the brand spankin’ new season of What The Friday! Get ready to learn how to grow wheatgrass!

This season we will be focusing on the wonderful world of wheatgrass!  We (ie, I) are very, very fortunate to welcome our new magical mystery all things video superhero to this season.  As you can see we have ramped up the production value tremendously.  But don’t worry, it is still all free, and despite how fancy the quality is I still remain extremely unprofessional  :)

In this episode:

// Getting the best of BOTH worlds when you grow wheatgrass
// To Soil or Not to Soil (that is the question!)
// How to Create a Wheatgrass Routine To Ensure Success
// Random Wheatgrass Sillyness

What The Friday!

Here Is Where I Get Wheatgrass Supplies From… They Are Awesome.

{ 11 comments… read them below or add one }

Darien October 8, 2010 at 7:11 am

I always enjoy your vids!

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Sarah October 8, 2010 at 3:04 pm

wheatgrass bubblegum?! when’s part 2?! :)

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Sherrie October 8, 2010 at 6:09 pm

Thanks for the info Dave. Have you ever had problems with mold and if so, how did you solve it?

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admin October 9, 2010 at 1:09 am

Hi Sherrie,

I have not personally.. but in episode 3 I have a video segment on wheat grass and mold, so stay tuned! Thanks for the kudos.. glad you are enjoying the vids!

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Eve October 9, 2010 at 8:02 am

I live in Florida, so I have had problems with mold on my wheatgrass. To solve my mold problem, I plant less sprouted wheat berries, (I plant 2 cups of sprouted hard red wheat berries to an 11″X22″ tray) and keep a fan, turned on low, blowing across my wheatgrass trays 24 hrs. a day. It seems to do the trick for our hot, humid weather here in Florida.

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Sophie October 9, 2010 at 5:30 pm

Hi Dave-
Just bought a GreenStar Juicer (the newest one), hopefully I will be able to use that to incorporate wheatgrass into the other green juices I consume. I can’t drink it by itself. Also, tips for growing it indoors in the NorthEast during winter months would be helpful too. Looking forward to future videos. I love my continuous brewer. Homemade kombucha just tastes far superior to anything I ever bought in a health food store in the past. My co-workers agree. They are hooked, and one of them is seriously thinking about a purchase for X-mas gift for daughter. I pointed her in your direction. Thank you so much for your committment to a healthier planet.

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lynnie October 9, 2010 at 7:14 pm

do you have a place i can just read the videos….i know thats probly weird…but i relly dislike watching videos and my family cant stand the sound….(probly why i dislike them)
but id love to read them,,,,,

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Mickey October 12, 2010 at 6:36 pm

HELP! ME! What can I mix my wheatgrass with so it won’t taste sooooooooo bad !
I have tried all kinds of juices….nothing can help the horrible taste….has any of
your customer given you any suggestions ? Thanks a BIG heap.

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admin October 25, 2010 at 11:01 am

Yes! watch WTF! episode 3 :)

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Richard October 27, 2010 at 5:06 pm

Mickey,
Just Soldier Up and swig it down and chase it with another FRESH Juice.
Altho Plain is better and if you chew it for 10 or more seconds the Saliva helps it break down and assimulate.
Don’t be a woose! NIKE! ( Just do it)

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Richard Herman October 27, 2010 at 5:03 pm

Dave,
Thanks a lot for all your info. I do have to add a comment about the time one can store
WG.
Fresh extracted Ju is best comsummed within 20 minutes. Tho it may not smell bad in the fridge within a week it HAS lost a lot of its neutrients. Just from being exposed to AIR.
It is therefore, best to freeze the excess as you discribed.
I know this from Having been a JuiceMeister, at Alfalfa’s Health Food Store in Littleton, COLO, quite a few yrs ago.
Keep up the Great work and love the tea brew and ferment process.

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