TRUTHstreammedia, Aug 2014
(NutritionalAnarchy) No matter what season you find yourself in or headed towards, a jumpstart in growing time is always useful to keep your organic vegetable garden producing (that’s one reason transplants are so commonly utilized).
Melissa Melton and Aaron Dykes demonstrate how easy it can be to regrow food scraps from their leftover organic produce.
– Spring Onions (Chives) are a wonderful choice because they are so easy, grow back in full in about a week, spruce up window space and add flavor to any number of dishes and soups.
– Celery can be regrown after the useful and nutritious stalks are juiced (our favorite), tossed into a salad or chopped into a stirfry. For some reason, though, our celery scraps turned to mush twice after it sprung up with new shoots.
– Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes and Yams: These root vegetables can regrow potentially massive amounts of…
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