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16 Kitchen Scraps That You Can Re-grow

16 Kitchen Scraps That You Can Re-grow
All of us want to be able to have fresh fruit and vegetable at our disposal when working in the kitchen, preparing a delicious meal. The truth is you can have your veggies and eat them too! There are a number of plants which you can throw away after eating, not knowing they can be re-grown in the most easy of methods. Here is the list of those vegetables and how you can make some more in the comfort of your home. • Fennel, Scallions, Onions and Leeks can be re-grown if using the white root end. Put it into a glass jar and pour a bit of water over it. • Cabbage, Celery, Romaine Lettuce and Bok Choi are very similar to the previous category. • Lemongrass is not much different than a normal grass. • Potatoes are maybe the easiest of the foods to re-grow at home. • Ginger is also very easy to work with.

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