Below you can see how to make The Green Drink.
Here's what you need:
The close-up at the left shows a tray of barley grains lying atop the soil, instead of being buried. First a loose, moist soil not containing weed seeds is placed into the container, then atop the soil a thin layer of seeds is sprinkled. You can see that little soil shows between the seeds.
At first the tray should be covered to prevent the soil and seeds from drying out. Before the seeds sprout it doesn't matter whether they are exposed to light or not. Once the grass sprouts emerge from the seeds, however, the sprouts definitely need all the sunlight they can get. Ideally you should cover the tray with something that lets sunlight in, but doesn't let the moisture escape. Below is how you harvest the blades, leaving the plant bases to produce further blades.
NOW JUICE YOUR CARROTS:
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THEN BLEND THE CARROT JUICE WITH THE REMAINING INGREDIENTS.