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10 Vegetables & Herbs You Can Eat Once and Regrow Forever

10 Vegetables & Herbs You Can Eat Once and Regrow Forever
10 Vegetables & Herbs You Can Eat Once & Regrow Forever There are some ingredients I cook with so often I can never buy too many of them, and most of them are produce. Onions, garlic and fresh herbs are staples in a lot of dishes, and they may be inexpensive, but when you use them on a daily basis it can add up. Some foods are easy to regrow at home from leftover scraps, and some of them can even be grown right on your kitchen counter. Here are 10 vegetables and herbs you can buy once and regrow forever. #1. When garlic starts to sprout, the little green shoots are too bitter to cook with. Image via Unknown Learn more on Simple Daily Recipes. #2. The ends of carrots you usually chop off and throw away will grow carrot greens if you put them in a dish with a little water. Image via Fidgety Fingers Read more details on how to use and grow them on Fidgety Fingers. #3. Put a few basil clippings with 4-inch stems in a glass of water and place it in a spot with direct sunlight. #4. #5. #6. #7. #8.

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