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13 Foods You Can Buy Once & Regrow Forever · Video

13 Foods You Can Buy Once & Regrow Forever

1. Regrow Green Onions
If you want to grow green onions indefinitely, it’s ridiculously easy. In fact, it’s so easy you’ll be wondering why on earth you’ve never done it before, but at least from here on out, you’ll always have them on hand. This is all you have to do: put a bunch of scallions with their roots into a glass filled with water and put the glass in a sunny spot like a window. Cut off what you need to use for cooking, and your green onions will literally regrow almost overnight, like magic!

You can just keep chopping off parts of the onion you want to use and they’ll just keep re-growing. You can also plant them in the soil and achieve the same results.

2. Regrow Onions
This is a really clever way of growing onions â€" you’ll use an old water bottle on a windowsill. First, you need an empty water bottle. Once you have it, remove the neck of the bottle with scissors, and then cut holes around it. You could also use a heated metal tool if you have one. Just make sure the holes are the right size for the onion bulbs. Now, fill the bottle with layers of onion sprouts and soil, continuing to add layers until you get to the top. Next, add water and then place the bottle on a windowsill. All you have to do now is watch your onions grow.

It won’t take long before you have onions, and when you want to add some to one of your favorite dishes, all you have to do is pull one from your vertical onion garden.

3. Regrow Carrots
This method of growing carrots from carrot tops is so easy, if you have kids, you should really get them involved. It’s not only educational, but the instant results you’ll get will get them excited about growing more. Just remember, this method doesn’t grow carrots from carrots, they’re grown from the plant rather than the root vegetable. The carrot itself is a taproot, and once removed it can’t be regrown. If your children are helping, be sure to explain that to them before starting the project â€" you don’t want them thinking carrots can be grown from carrots as who knows how fast that misinformation would spread.

4. Regrow Celery
This is an especially clever idea for re-growing celery from the base and it’s nearly as simple as re-growing onions, all you do is chop celery stalks from the base of celery you’ve purchased from the supermarket and use it like you normally would. Instead of tossing the base out, rinse it off and put it into a small bowl of warm water on a sunny windowsill. Make sure that the base side is facing down, while the cut stalks face upright. You’ll need to change out the water every couple of days, and use a spray bottle to water the base of the celery where the leaves are growing out.

5. Regrow Sweet potatoes
The versatility of the sweet potato makes it a firm favorite with any home cook. That makes growing your own sweet potatoes out of a sweet potato a mush for cooking enthusiasts. Start out with a firm, healthy, organic sweet potato â€" if it’s starting to sprout, all the better as that gives you a head start. Place your sweet potato into a jar of water, immersing most of it in, but allowing a couple inches to be above water. Be sure to change your water out occasionally to prevent molding. Place your jar with the sweet potato into an area that gets sunlight, and before you know it, you’ll start seeing sprouts. When the sprouts are four to five inches long, pull them off the sweet potato, which will grow more sprouts. Place the sprouts in water â€" you can use the same jar.

6. Regrow Leeks
Re-growing leeks is similar to re-growing green onions, extremely easy. Place a bunch of leeks with their roots downwards in a shallow glass container that’s filled with water. Cut off what you need to use in your kitchen for now, and leave the rest in the glass. Place the glass on a sunny windowsill, and occasionally change the water while the leeks begin to regrow themselves. That’s all there is to it!

7. Regrow Bok Choy
Along with celery and onions, bok choy can also be re-grown. Like re-growing celery, all you have to do is chop us the bok choy you plan to cook with from the base, and then place it face up in a small bowl of warm water. It may even begin to regenerate quicker than your celery, sometimes as fast as overnight. In a couple of weeks, you can transfer it to a container of its own and continue growing it in soil.

8. Regrow Avocado
Re-growing avocados isn’t as easy as some of the others listed here. While the instructions are easy to follow, it requires both toothpicks and patience. Getting more avocados out of it is not guaranteed, but it has and does happen. For better odds of success, try two or three pits at once.

9. Regrow Ginger

10. Regrow Basil

11. Regrow Lemongrass

12. Regrow a Garlic Bulb

13. Regrow Mint
Posted By Gremelin Posted on May 5th, 2018
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Uploaded By: Everyday Simple Health Tips
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Upload Date: July 21st, 2017 at 02:00:00 am
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