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Does anyone out there drink Wheatgrass juice regularly?

I have had it a few times over the past year or so, but discovered this morning that the restaurant/juice bar in my office lobby sells it in small "shot glasses" (1 oz shot or 2 oz shot), so I had a 1 oz "shot".

It's supposed to be SUPER GOOD for your body, but taste like you are drinking clippings from your freshly cut lawn :roll:

Here's a link to some info: http://www.mpacorn.com/News/2003/1016/H ... _Wellness/

Any thoughts?

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Interesting, Katie -- I LIVE at the local Whole Foods Market (less than a mile from my house), but I don't think they sell it there, other than frozen packets, which taste watery when defrosted.

It's funny -- I never even knew this juice place in my office lobby sold the stuff, and while I was ordering it, I bumped into a co-worker who said she drinks it daily, and then another guy came in off the street and asked if they sold wheatgrass juice.

I was a little concerned that perhaps no one really drank it and their wheatgrass was sitting there, getting moldy on a shelf or something, but apparently they have a pretty high turnover on the stuff so it must be pretty fresh.

They juice it for you on the spot and give it to you in a little shot glass to drink right away. Pretty interesting stuff!

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They sell it in shots at whole foods near me too! You are encouraged to hold it in your mouth before swallowing although I am not sure why. I have heard it can be put into smoothies. It is actually picked right there and blended before your eyes.

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