Top 10 Foods You Can Regrow From Kitchen Scraps

Don’t throw away those kitchen scraps, you can regrow those scrapes again into organic and productive plants.

Don't throw away those kitchen scraps, you can regrow those scrapes again into organic and productive plants.

1. Celery

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Celery is probably the best food to start your regrowing adventure. It is so easy to grow a new celery from kitchen scraps. Just take the base of the celery bunch and put in a bit of warm water you have previously placed in a bowl. Place your bowl in a sunny spot and wait for the leaves to start at the base. This should happen in a week or so. Now plant your celery in soil and wait for full growth.

2. Ginger

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We all know the health benefits of consuming ginger but we also know how expensive ginger roots are. But there is an easy way to grow this super food in your own home – from kitchen scraps! Choose a ginger root with as many fingers possible, soak it in warm water for one night then cut it into chunks. Prepare some well-drained soil and place one ginger chink on top of it, covering it with just a little bit of the soil. Keep it in a warm place and water it regularly.

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