15 FOODS YOU CAN REGROW FROM SCRAPS!

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    The Healthy Hybrid – A life in transition
    Various plants (in no particular order) that you can regrow from the food you already have! Woot! Way to reuse and recycle! I constantly have green onions and celery growing. (And potatoes/sweet potatoes but that just because they decided to do that in my pantry) Do you guys regrow any of your food?Apples- http://www.ehow.com/how_2135774_grow-apple-seeds.htmlTomatoes- http://www.ehow.com/how_5581958_grow-tomatoes-fresh-tomato-seeds.htmlPotatoes/Sweet Potatoes- http://www.gardenguides.com/117543-plant-cuttings-potatoes.htmlGreen Onions- http://www.17apart.com/2012/02/how-to-grow-green-onions-indefinitely.html
    http://tipnut.com/nifty-food-plants/Leeks- same technique as green onionsCarrot Tops- http://www.gardeningknowhow.com/children-in-the-garden/grow-carrot-tops.htm
    Pineapple- http://www.rickswoodshopcreations.com/Pineapple/pineapple.htm
    Romaine Lettuce- Same technique as celery
    Cabbage- Same technique as celery
    Celery- http://www.17apart.com/2012/02/growing-celery-indoors-never-buy-celery.html
    Avocado -http://www.thehungrymouse.com/2009/09/09/how-to-grow-an-avocado-tree-from-an-avocado-pit/
    Lentils- http://foodstoragemadeeasy.net/2009/02/19/how-to-grow-sprouts/
    Pumpkin- http://pinterest.com/pin/98375573080950437/
    Ginger- http://www.gardenswag.com/2011/12/5-foods-you-can-grow-from-kitchen-scraps/
    Garlic- http://www.gardenswag.com/2011/12/5-foods-you-can-grow-from-kitchen-scraps/
    Bonus: Bok Choy - http://www.17apart.com/2012/02/how-to-regrowing-bok-choy.html
    SOURCE https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?...977798075.66910.284822361593770&type=1&ref=nf
    If you’re really interested in this kind of kitchen food experimentation, you’ll be happy to know about a great book on the subject called Grow it, Don’t Throw It!: 68 Windowsill Plants from Kitchen Scraps by Deborah Peterson. She walks you through all the specifics of growing 68 different things from your kitchen supplies. The book is packed with tons of helpful information!

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