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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Regrowing vegetables?

Anyone out there take bits of vegetables and "re-grow" them?
I'd love to hear your tips.

This week, I am going to try re-growing celery from the stalk I bought. I found some simple directions!

I heard about this from some discussions on facebook,so I looked into it a bit, and I am so curious if I can regrow celery in a pot in my house. I have a bunch of sunny windows...


Celery.

via CulinarySchools.org

5 comments:

  1. The best tip I accidentally discovered was that if you take old onions, that have started sprouting greens, and plant them, that can become your scallions. Works best in cool weather, but does work year round.
    Rachel

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    1. Thanks Rachel!
      Lately no onions sprouting around here, but I'll be sure to do that too when I find one!

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  2. So funny, my daughter was just telling me that you can regrow scallion by putting the root part in a glass of water. She says that the website she saw says you can get a new bunch of scallions every week. You can regrow leek too, in a glass, but it takes a bit longer. I'm definitely going to try it.

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  3. Found the source: http://www.17apart.com/2012/02/how-to-grow-green-onions-indefinitely.html

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    1. Thank you Baila! I will have to do that, too! :-)

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