Without doubt, homegrown veggies are far better than those sold at supermarkets because you are certain in their quality, which is not the case with store-bought fruits and veggies. Moreover, by growing your own supplies, you will save more money and feel proud of managing to grow something with your own hands.
8 Vegetables You Can Regrow
When new sprouts appear from the clove, pull them out and put them in a pot with a bit of water and then, after a day or two, transfer them into organic soil. The new sprouts will soon appear and they will have a milder flavor which you can use for different salads, pasta, and numerous other dishes.
Place cilantro stems in a glass of water and when they become long enough, put them in a pot with organic soil. The pot needs to be kept in an area with enough natural light. In few months, you will have your own batch of fresh cilantro.
Place the stems in a half inch of water and in only few days, you will see new roots and leaves. This is when you need to transfer the lettuce into a pot with organic soil. Cabbage can also be grown in this way.
You need to place the carrot with the top part into the water. It needs to get enough natural light, so it is best if you could place it on a window sill.
For this, you need 1-inch scallion root placed in water and put in a sunny area.
You need the root of the celery placed in a bowl with water. The bowl should be put in a place with enough sunlight. After three days, new leaves will emerge and you need to transfer the celery into a pot with organic soil.
Place basil cuttings in water and expose them to direct sunlight. When they grow to 2 inches or so, put them into a pot with organic soil.
Put Bok choy roots in a container with water and make sure they get enough natural light. After a week or two, transplant them into a pot with organic soil.