Easily Re-Grow Your Organic Food Scraps

I came across this idea last year on a post from Healing Cedar Wellness. It looked easy enough so I gave it a try and voila, my green onions re-grew themselves in a week! And even better, they continued to re-grow themselves a few more time.

This is such a beautiful way to save money and justify spending a little more on organic knowing you can re-grow it in your window and/or garden a few times. You can do it with pineapples, carrots, romaine, bok choy, cilantro, basil, onions, garlic and more!!re_grow_scraps_01

Over the course of a week I snapped a few shots on my iPhone to document their progress for you.

DAY #1

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DAY #4green_on_002

DAY #6green_on_004

If you are looking at saving money on groceries and want to monetize the contents of your shopping cart, or better yet the beautiful organic, non-GMO foods you buy at the farmer’s market, then try this out.

 

Here a couple of links to articles on a variety of foods that you easily re-grow! Happy gardening.

WakeUp-World.com
500eco.com
FoodHacks.com
LessonInFarming.com

Peace, grace and love, Lisa

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6 thoughts on “Easily Re-Grow Your Organic Food Scraps

  1. Very interesting post on growing organic food scraps. Thanks for sharing, I shall certainly be trying this soon with my green onions!

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