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Hello,

Does somebody knows how to make a wheatgrass press? I've seen them in some bio-shops but they are very expensive (around 300 euro's)

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if you drink wheat grass daily you will make up for the price of the juicer in no time. we spent 200$ on a juicer, made up for the price in 2 weeks with three of us drinking wheatgrass daily. not only that. i can make fruit juice, fruit puree, nut butters, extruded pasta and other things with the same juicer.

consider at the store you can buy wheatgrass for 2-5$, and most of the time you wont even get a full shot out of it so you need two because of the very low quality wheatgrass.

 
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But i don't have enough money for that ops: I'm just a 12 year old boy

When i see other wheatgrass presses they first crush the grass and then they press it.

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