5 Food Scraps You Can Regrow Over And Over Again

5 Food Scraps You Can Regrow Over And Over Again

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There are a certain amount of vegetables that can actually be re-planted after their intended use of consumption. Very little people know which vegetables are capable of doing what, however, this article aims to help provide people with the information necessary in order for them to have their very own endless vegetable garden. You’ll be surprised as to which vegetable is able to do what exactly!

1. Regrow Scallions


Scallions are able to be regrown from their discarded roots. Make sure to leave an inch of the scallion attached to the root and then place them in a glass of water in a well-lit room.

2. Regrow Garlic


You are able to regrow garlic from the sprouts that stem from the cloves themselves. Garlic sprouts have a certain milder flavor and can be used in pasta, salads, and a variety of other dishes. Be sure to place them in a glass with a little bit of water as they begin to sprout.

3. Regrow Celery


Using the leftover bottom part of the celery, you can place the base of the celery into a shallow bowl or saucer of water in the sun. You will notice the leaves begin to thicken and grow with time in the middle of the bast. Be sure to transfer it to soil after three days.

4. Regrow Cilantro


Using the stems from cilantro in a glass of water, they will begin to regrow. The roots become long enough to be able to transplant them into a pot that contains soil. Make sure they are placed with ample lighting for a few months.

5. Regrow Basil


Using the cuttings of basil, you can place the stems within 3-4 inches of water in a glass and placing them in direct sunlight. The roots will begin to grow about 2 inches long, that is your cue to plant them into a pot. Be sure that you change the water constantly in order for them to avoid becoming slimy plants.

Hopefully this article has helped you start your own endless garden!



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