Also, any accounts of long teerm backpackers using this as a nutritional source while they were backpacking would be nice.
Again, I sprout wheat grass as an addition to my normal diet... or I will buy some sprouts ( being half Thai, I eat mung bean sprouts a lot), but some of us are dubious when claims are made other than nutitional about some food.
I would rather just use my wild food knowledge to pick edible greens that might just have just as much if not more nutritinal value then tending wheatgrass sprouts in my pack. Also, looking for edible greens in the wild improves my knowledge base and exposes me to the "outer' world more than insular actions like tending my backpack sprout garden which raises my chances of finding more resources and such that may aid me in my journey.No offense but I think you are just lazy. It takes me 5 (or less) minutes a day to tend to my wheatgrass, you don't have a spare 5 minutes to water a plant that could save your life.. and heal your body ?
How is wheat grass going to "heal my body" more than a little bit of spring dandelion leaves and blackberry bush shoots, a few cups of water and a Cliff Bar?