22 Foods You Can Regrow Again and Again from Kitchen Scraps

22 Foods You Can Regrow Again and Again from Kitchen Scraps

Growing your own vegetables, herbs or fruits is a fun and rewarding activity. You don’t have to spend extra money on buying the seeds or young sprouts for your planting needs. There are a lot of foods that you can actually regrow from their scraps or seeds.¬†Here we have come up with a roundup of 22 foods¬†that you can regrow again and again from kitchen scraps. Examples include lettuce, celery, bok choy, sweet potato, basil and so on. They are super easy to grow. You’ll just need a little bit time and patience to take care of the new plants and make sure they have the necessary water and sunlight. But the benefits are huge. You will have your own organic vegetable garden with regular supply at essentially no cost! In addition, projects like these will be great activities or fun experiments for the kids. They will have fun watching the scraps sprout and regrow. It’s a great way for the kids to learn about recycling and how plants and food can grow.

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  1. Stephanie says:

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  2. marielle says:

    I tried this with bok choy; after less than a week, everything but the little leaf that I had left in the center (so the whole root,in essence) got really soft/squishy and STUNK to. HOLY HELL. it smelled so bad and rotten that I pitched it. why does everything that I touch die???

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