A Simple Guide to Regrowing 5 Everyday Veggie Scraps

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Romaine Lettuce

Romaine Lettuce

Step 1. Fill a small container with half an inch of water, and drop the unused bottom or stump of a head of lettuce inside.

Step 2. Place in a cool, bright spot.

Step 3. Wait a few days, replacing the water every other day, until the new lettuce grows.

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Green Onion

Green Onion

Step 1. Place the ends of a few pieces of green onions, with the roots attached, in a glass of water.

Step 2. Wait a week for three to four inches of fresh growth on top.

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Ginger

Ginger

Step 1. Pot a piece of ginger rhizome in soil—cover fully—with the small buds facing upward.

Step 2. Place in direct sunlight, and water regularly.

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10 thoughts on “A Simple Guide to Regrowing 5 Everyday Veggie Scraps

  1. I had no idea you could grow these (except the onions) , so easily. FYI, that is a STALK of celery; each one of the skinny parts is a RIB…but when anyone says ‘stalk’ most people picture a rib, right?

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  2. I had no idea you could grow all of these veggies like this! & It looks like I don’t even need a green thumb! I’m going to try these and pass them on. My daughter does have a pineapple growing on her balcony from the same technique though.

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