Raw vegetables are extremely beneficial for the health, and the homegrown ones contain much more nutrients than the ones you can buy from the grocery store. The whole procedure requires some time, but those vegetables will enhance your health and offer numerous health advantages.
Moreover, you do not need to have a farm, as you can grow them indoors and you will save a lot of money at the same time.
You should use fresh scraps, and as soon as you regrow your vegetables, you should water them regularly and expose them to enough light.
You can grow garlic sprouts from the garlic clove. You can add the new garlic sprouts to salads or pasta because they will have a milder flavor. You should put them in a glass with some water when they begin to sprout.
The stems of cilantro will grow if you put them in a glass with water. When the roots are long enough, you should transfer them to a pot with soil. Make sure to place them in a room with enough lighting. In a few months, your new plants will be fully grown.
- Romaine Lettuce
In order to grow new romaine lettuce, use the bottom of a lettuce head. Put romaine lettuce stumps in a 1/2 inch water.
After a couple of days, when the new roots and leaves appear, you should transfer the romaine lettuce into soil. The leaves can grow up to twice the size. Cabbages can be grown in the same way.
You can regrow carrot greens from carrot tops. Put the carrot tops in a dish with some water. Place the dish on a window sill or in a room with good lighting. Carrot greens are a bit bigger, but you can use them in salads only if you chop them up together with garlic and sweeten with vinegar.
To regrow scallions use their discarded roots. You should leave an inch of the scallion fixed to the root, and put them in a glass of water. Place the glass in a room with good lighting.
Use the leftover celery bottom. Cut off the base and put it in a saucer or shallow bowl and place it in the sun. With time, the leaves will thicken and grow. After 3 days, transfer it to soil.