This is a picture of my wheat grass. I planted it this spring in anticipation of owning a juicer and being a healthy happy person by the time it was ready to harvest. Well, as you can see, it is ready to harvest. I don't own a juicer, and I haven't yet become the sort of person who craves a shot of wheat grass over a shot of whiskey.
I have, however, done my research. I have friends who own juicers and they all think the one they own is the best. I'm leaning towards the Breville Juice Fountain Compact mainly because it is cheaper and smaller than the Juice Fountain Plus. I'm really not sure about it. What if I get the smaller version and it just doesn't cut it?
Here's another dilemma: even if I do pull the trigger and buy the juicer, I've heard that it won't work for wheat grass. You need a wheat grass juicer. I'm okay with that, but there are two choices there as well. There's a manual wheat grass juicer for around $50 or the supposedly much better electric version for closer to $100.
My health lies in the balance as I ponder these important decisions over my third glass of wine of the evening. What should I do Glass Half Full readers? Should I sink my money in the juice and bring you nothing but healthy ideas for bloody mary's? Or should I spend my money on a good bottle of aged rum and forget all this healthy nonsense?