This Is How You Can Regrow Your Own Vegetables At Home And Save Money

I commend you if you are reading this hahaha.

You are going to save tons of money plus also get a very rewarding new hobby!

If you’re worried if this is going to be difficult, let me assure you – it is not. It’s actually easy! This article will guide you on the different types of vegetables you can regrow right in the comfort of your home and how to do so.

Sooo let’s get to it!

1. LETTUCE

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The most common vegetable to regrow and also the most common one to be enjoyed.

So all you gotta do is cut the bottom part of the lettuce, submerge it (about an inch) in a glass of water. You will see new leaves being grown on the top after several days.

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You can then harvest them and enjoy it as a nice bowl of salad!

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1. LEEKS

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Oh green onion if you prefer to call them that. This one is another popular ingredient in most Asian cooking.

Cut the bottom part along with its roots and submerge it in a glass of water. Leaves will grow nice and tall after a few days.

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Use these beauties as a garnish for your fried rice and soups. It adds a nice touch!

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3. PUDINA LEAVES

PUDINA LEAVES
PUDINA LEAVES

This one is super easy!

All you gotta do is gather pudina leaves with their roots and put it in a glass of water.

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Then harvest them and add it to your delicious bowl of Asam Laksa, it will smell great!

PUDINA LEAVES on Asam Laksa
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4. BASIL LEAVES 

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Place two basil leaves with their stem about 4 inches long in a glass of water. 

Make sure to expose them to sunlight then transfer to soil once the roots have grown about 2 inches.

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It’s a great garnish for your Spaghetti Bolognese!

Spaghetti Bolognese
Spaghetti Bolognese

5. CELERY 

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Crunchy and yummy! 

Cut the bottom part of the celery then submerge 1 ½  inch of it in a glass of water. Transfer to soil in a pot once new leaves are starting to grow.

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Add this to your soup or enjoy it as a snack!

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6. BOK CHOY 

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You can definitely see this being served in lots of households in Malaysia.

So what you gotta do is cut the bottom part and put it in a glass of water. You will also need to transfer it to soil once new leaves are starting to grow. This ensures the best growth and a fine harvest for you to reap!

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Try making garlic bok choy. It’s a delicious dish!

BOK CHOY
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Ta-da! I told you it’s that simple right hehehe! 

Good luck planting!

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