You will be surprised which foods you can grow from kitchen waste. Our post contains a lot of great information that you don’t want to miss.
There is hardly anything in the world that makes it better to grow something from scratch. It is a sense of pride to see it grow.
If that sounds like you, you’ll be thrilled to learn that you can actually save a lot of money and make your contribution to the planet by reusing your kitchen waste to magically grow endless foods.
Food that magically grows back
about Cooking Stoned
This infographic from Cooking stoned shows the variety that you can grow. Onions, celery, garlic, ginger, mushrooms, tomatoes and more.
If you want to know what to plant together, check out ours Accompanying planting post too. It takes all the guesswork out and has a lot of helpful information.
Regrowth Food Kitchen Scraps Video
via jet set fork
We found an excellent video on Youtube and you can see how you can grow your kitchen waste. The creator shows you the results from days to weeks to months.
This way you can see how quickly they take root. Click ^ above
An aquarium and a garden in one! Grow your own herbs and vegetables with this clever aquaponics farm. Because your fish produces natural waste, it becomes fertilizer for the above plants.
This three gallon tank is the perfect home for a fish and up to six plants (plus any aquatic plants you want to add to the tank yourself). They are available on Amazon.
7 herbs that you can regrow in water
about Homemade By Jade
Did you know that you can grow the following herbs in water? Good after Homemade by Jade The following will thrive.
10 foods that grow back in the water
about Don’t Waste The Crumbs
They describe 10 popular types of vegetables, including carrot green, leek, lettuce, lemongrass, spring onions, garlic, chives, fennel, cabbage and bok choy. They have instructions and advice on what else you can grow.
- Lemon balm
- Onions (white / yellow / red)
- Sweet potatoes
You can also protect the seeds / pits from apples, cherries, lemons, nectarines, peaches, peppers (sweet and spicy), plums, pumpkins, and tomatoes to grow your own new vegetables.
Grow onions in a plastic bottle
about aunt dogmas
You can also have an endless supply of onions using a plastic bottle. Simply cut off the neck and then cut holes that are the size of a light bulb around the container. You will then layer the dirt and onions.
Aunt dogmas suggests diving on your windowsill in a sunny place. Apparently you will see some action within a few days.