Wheat Grass Juice Output
How do I get the most juice from my wheat grass?
Juice is extracted from the blades of the grass, which are usually fibrous and not "juicy" like an orange. The grass will give the most juice within a few hours of watering. Grass pulls water in through the roots and stores it in its cells. Juicing grass that has recently been watered will produce more juice than from a growth of drying grass. Wheat grass that is bought from a store pre-cut has begun to dry because the connection to the roots has been severed, resulting in a low yield of juice. The grass should be a dark green color, and a grasping handful of grass should yield about an ounce of juice.