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10 Foods That Regrow In Water

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10 Foods That Regrow In Water
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Did you know that you can regrow numerous foods in water? Imagine the amount of grocery money you would save if you could regrow cabbage, celery, funnel, bok choy, scallions, lettuce, green onions, leeks, and more – simple and totally free.

If you clip a part of certain plants and place them in water, the cutting can grow new roots. This is also applicable for many types of vegetable! All you need is a glass container to regrow scraps of vegetables in water. Here is a roundup of kitchen scraps that you can regrow again and again. This is super easy, fun, and all you need is a little bit of time and patience to take care of these new plants. Of course, maintaining the water supply and providing natural light are also important!

Basil is one of the greens that you can regrow by putting its stems with leaf nodes in a glass of water and placing them in a spot where there is ample sunlight. Once the roots have grown to about two inches, you can transfer the plants to pots.
A single clove of garlic is enough to regrow sprouts. The sprouted garlic cloves need to be placed in a glass with little water. When the shoots have grown taller, you can also transfer them to pots or soil beds.

You can have an unlimited supply of celery by cutting off its base and placing it in a bowl of warm water and in an area where sunlight is abundant. It only takes a week for the leaves in the middle of the base to grow and thicken. Then its destination is a pot with soil.

For cilantro, place the stems in a glass of water and wait for the roots to be long enough before moving them to a pot with soil in a sunny spot. Harvesting is ready after a few months.

Ginger is a spice that is very easy to regrow. Soak the ginger chunks overnight with water then transfer them to a container with soil. Again, the container must have enough supply of sunlight.

Leeks and onion have the same regrowing procedures. Just cut them about three inches above the roots, and place them in a glass of water. Plant them in soil when their roots are starting to come out.

You can use rosemary stalks to propagate them in water. All you need to do is to cut two- to three-inches from the tops of the herb’s stalks before regrowing them in water.

Sweet potato is regrown by placing it in a jar of water in direct sunlight. Let it sprout for several days and then plant the well-rooted sprouts in soil.

Captain Obvious style note – this will not work on cooked veggies, only raw.

There are several guidelines to consider to regrow food in water. You only need enough water to cover the roots. Start with a sterilized contained because that reduces the risk of mold. The size of the vegetable determines the size of the container. Shallow bowls are perfect for lettuce, celery, and bok choy while taller, skinny glasses are ideal for onion, sweet potato, and rosemary. You can also use fertilizer to help with the yield.

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