16 Foods You Can Regrow from Kitchen Scraps

published Jun 14, 2013
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We already know you can regrow celery and scallions from their scraps. But leeks, lemongrass, and ginger, too? Yes indeed!

As we learned reading this article from Wake Up World, there are plenty of foods you can regrow from their respective scraps. Lemongrass will regrow if you put the root in a water glass and place it in the sun. If you put a spare piece of ginger rhizome in potting soil, it will soon sprout new roots. Even mushrooms and pineapples can have a second life!

Check out the article below for the full list and regrowing instructions:

Read More → 16 Foods That’ll Regrow from Kitchen Scraps at Wake Up World

What foods have you regrown from scraps?