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Does anyone here juice wild grass? I just heard about doing it today but I have been hearing about eating wild edibles for awhile now. As soon as I got home today I went out and cut some grass and juiced it. I have never had wheatgrass juice before, so I have nothing to compare it to. What else is growing out there that I can take advantage of? Any thought?

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Comment by Devona on June 5, 2013 at 9:18pm

I have the worst time trying to remember to drink enough water. I think that I am going to try setting a timer to remind me. Thanks!

Comment by Mae Jardine on June 4, 2013 at 11:36pm

Since your focus is on detoxing, Devona, please remember to drinking lots of water with whatever you are foraging.  Your body will love you for remembering the water :)

Comment by Devona on June 4, 2013 at 1:13pm

I started growing wheatgrass today, so I guess that I will get to compare the two before long. I am trying to find things that will help my body detox faster, since it feels like it has come to halt.

Comment by Heather L.O.V.E. on June 4, 2013 at 10:43am

I had wild grass juice at the International Day of Juice Feasting that Dave the Raw Food Trucker puts on every September.  It was not too bad.  It tasted a lot like wheatgrass juice.  I think any wild grass is probably fine.  It is supposed to be much more nutritious than any other cultivated wheatgrass.

Comment by Devona on June 3, 2013 at 5:50pm

Thanks, I'll will look that book up. The only things that I juiced were grass, dandelion and plantain. I know that violets are safe and  I think that clover is, too.

Comment by Janet Carol Ryan on June 3, 2013 at 5:17pm

a word of caution - always be sure that what you are eating is actually edible. The book that I use is called Edible Wild Plants by John Kallas - it is filled with good information, photos and explanations about foraging in the wild. It's super important to properly identify the plant before consuming - I don't want to scare you or anyone, just want us all to be informed and healthy when foraging! In my local area - Northern California there are many wild edibles - dandelion, plantain, miner's lettuce and such. Now that I have gotten to know some of them, I enjoy picking greens and nibbling on my hikes. Happy foraging!

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