Down here, our grandmothers are the experts in the kitchen. We decided to test their seasoned palates against some not-so-common fare. First up: Wheatgrass.
Gosh. [MUSIC] Boy. Green is really not an interesting, I mean not an appealing color. Now this just looks like water that you should have purified. [MUSIC] I don't know what that tastes like. Mm. It was good, wasn't it? Perhaps if I close my eyes and don't look at it. That's what I'm gonna do. [LAUGH] No. No wheat grass for me. That is really not good. [LAUGH] I think my dogs will eat this, drink it. No. No. It tastes like somebody went out in the yard and got the grass and ground it up and put it in my nutrabullet with some water. It tastes like dirt. It's not bad. [MUSIC] It tastes like drinking from the lawn mower. I think it needs some alcohol in it. It's just a horrible tasting liquid to me. [LAUGH] It's very good for your body. So two ounces equals five pounds of Fresh vegetables? That's awesome. Fabulous. How much would you have to drink for it to work? [LAUGH] I am not one of the folks who's into a healthy food kick. We're all gonna die anyway. [LAUGH] It's not bad actually now that I'm getting use to it. But if I was gonna get really healthy, I would definitely include that in a drink. I would buy it even though it doesn't taste great, I would still buy it.>> It tastes okay, I think it would be okay in soup. Smoothie. Yeah. For more Southern Grandmas react, go to the internet.