from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Several species of wheat-grass, Agropyron, are of settled agricultural value. The common couch-grass, Agropyron repens, is a good hay-grass, despite its tenacity as a weed.
- n. A. pseudorepens, the false couch-grass of the Great Plains, is a softer plant than the last and is hence better suited to cultivation for hay.
- n. The couch-or quitch-grass, Agropyrum repens; also, any wild grass of the genus Agropyrum or Triticum.
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- n. a grass of the genus Agropyron
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"Delicious or not, alcohol is no wheat-grass smoothie ..."
Your body has to process all the toxins you spent all night shoving in it (delicious or not, alcohol is no wheat-grass smoothie when it comes to being body-friendly), and giving it more just extends the timetable.
"Delicious or not, alcohol is no wheat-grass smoothie..."
Your body has to process all the toxins you spent all night shoving in it delicious or not, alcohol is no wheat-grass smoothie when it comes to being body-friendly, and giving it more just extends the timetable.
Sure you could have a vegan turkey and wash it down with a nice wheat-grass smoothie, but that's not exactly what's on the menu.
And make your poser-ass fold over my pretty, fashionable iMac while drinking my wheat-grass shake in a hot Yoga pose.
Oliver, a Beverly Hills restaurant opening this week, will offer $10 Vitaminwater martinis (three grams of carbs) and wheat-grass martinis (two grams) made with Splenda, and Loews Hotels recently rolled out an extensive "No Carbtails" drink menu.
The soups and pies are way tastier than you'd get at a chain, and no vegan enforcer is making anyone drink the icky green wheat-grass potion.
Do celery sticks and wheat-grass shots make you nauseous?
Greasy, bold and comforting, it is great food for the quirky, fun wine list on which a dangerously quaffable txakoli and an oaky, chilled blend of carignan and grenache share billing with an Austrian rosé that is steely and as green as wheat-grass juice.
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