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8 Vegetables And Herbs That Require Little Effort And Will Regrow Forever

8 Vegetables And Herbs That Require Little Effort And Will Regrow Forever

Gardening can be a little discouraging when you end up not having grown anything. What’s worse is seeing a bit of progress, but then being disappointed when your plants die quickly. Don’t give up on those green fingers yet! The vegetables we’re about to introduce have near-immortal status as they can regrow forever and, better yet, take little effort to maintain.

1. Garlic

Ever left your garlic untouched and seen shoots sprouting from them? Yes, these little bulbs can grow very well in water and their shoots can be used for many recipes, including salads and sauces.

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    2. Potatoes

    By cutting a potato in half and leaving it buried in soil, you’ll soon see more potatoes in about 7 weeks time. Just be sure to water them regularly.

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      3. Carrots

      Carrots are a good source for pectin, which aids in digestion. By cutting the top off the carrot and leaving it in water, your carrots will sprout. Transfer it to the soil once its leaves have grown longer so that the carrot gets enough nutrients to fully regrow.

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        4. Lettuce

        The quintessential ingredient for all salads, lettuce can actually be regrown from scraps. Simply put some leaves in a bowl of water and place it where you have a lot of sunlight. Soon, you’ll be able see roots emerging. Transfer it to the soil to allow it to receive more nutrients.

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          5. Avocados

          Not many people know this, but you can actually regrow this superfood just by not throwing out its pit. Simply wash and suspend it over water using toothpicks by piercing a few through. The water should just cover an inch of the seed. The root-growing process will take while — about 6 weeks for the roots to grow. Once you see leaves growing, transfer it into the soil.

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            6. Ginger Root

            A popular cooking ingredient, ginger root can be easily regrown as well. Using a spare piece of ginger root, simply put it into the soil with the bud facing up. You will notice new shoots growing. In a week, you can dig it up and re-use it again.

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              7. Cilantro

              Place the leftover cilantro stem into a glass of water and place it in a brightly lit area. Once its roots grow to a couple of inches, you can transfer it into a pot of soil.

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                8. Peppers

                You don’t need to go to a gardening shop just to get pepper seeds. Just take the seeds after your meal of peppers and plant them into a pot of soil. Put the pot in a place with direct sunlight and watch your peppers grow.

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                  We’ve all done it. We’ve gone out and bought useless gadgets that we don’t really need, just because they seemed really cool at the time. Then, we are stuck with a bunch of junk, and end up tossing it or trying to sell it on Ebay.

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                  Wouldn’t you just love to have a pot of coffee waiting for you when you get home from work? What about a “smart pan” that tells you exactly when you need to flip that omelet? From meat thermometers to kitchen scales, you’ll find a variety of “smart” gadgets designed to make culinary geeks salivate.

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