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10 Vegetables You Can Regrow from Kitchen Scraps

Watch the 10 Vegetables You Can Regrow from Kitchen Scraps to Create a Recurring Harvest video

Learn the 10 Vegetables you can regrow from kitchen scraps to create a recurring harvest. And thanks to this Kitchen Scraps Garden, you’ll be on your way to creating a No Waste Kitchen.

Why Regrow Kitchen Scraps

As part of our Traditional Foods Kitchens, we don’t want to waste food. And as traditional cooks, we like to use up our scraps to eke out every last bit of nutrition from the food we bring into our kitchens. In doing so, not only do we maximize the use of our food for ourselves and our families, but we also create a No Waste Kitchen.

The Easy Garden

The best thing about starting a garden that you grow from scraps is that it’s basically free. If you are new to gardening and don’t want to invest a lot of money into buying plants and seeds, follow this strategy to start your garden with some food cuttings that might otherwise have been thrown into the trash.

What Can I Grow From Scraps?

The great news is that there are a host of vegetables that you can regrow from kitchen scraps. And the number is actually more than 10 because when you watch the video, you’ll see that in a number of cases, I refer to a category of vegetables, not just one vegetable.

For example, when it comes to onions, you can regrow all sorts of onions: yellow, red, white, shallots, scallions, and leeks! And as to leafy greens, you can basically grow any leafy green from a food scrap, including Romaine lettuce and even bok choy!

More Kitchen Scraps Videos

If you’ve enjoyed learning how to grow a garden from kitchen scraps, be sure to check out my other videos where I show you how to cook with those scraps that you can’t regrow. It’s a win-win. Regrow some and eat some…and waste nothing! And I even have a few book recommendations if you want to learn more.

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