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Her conclusion was that the green tea was beneficial to the wheatgrass.
Greens proved to be the most beneficial, particularly the combination of spinach, spirulina, aloe vera, wheatgrass, blue-green algae, barley grass, chlorella, and kale, which is what her effervescent 8Greens tablet is made out of.
The $100 starter kit comes with a 3 gallon tank, a water pump, gravel for the floor of the tank, grow stones for the planter tray, and packets of wheatgrass and radish seeds.
At its headquarters in Irvine, Calif., Urban Produce grows baby kale, wheatgrass and other organic greens in neat rows on shelves stacked 25 high that rotate constantly, as if on a conveyor belt, around the floor of a windowless warehouse.
The restaurant hopes to create a test plot for a perennial wheatgrass called Kernza and work with Chad Robertson, of San Francisco’s Tartine Bakery, to develop bread made from Kernza flour.
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