No-Waste Kitchen Gardening: Regrow Your Leftover Greens, Stalks, Seeds, and More

August 14, 2019 - Comment

No-Waste Kitchen Gardening is a fun and colorful exploration of the amazing results you can get by re-growing vegetable cutoffs and scraps into harvestable, edible plants. Stop tossing your carrot stumps, loose cilantro sprigs, lettuce and cabbage stalks, and apple cores in the trash! The expert advice in No-Waste Kitchen Gardening, gives you all the instruction and tricks

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No-Waste Kitchen Gardening is a fun and colorful exploration of the amazing results you can get by re-growing vegetable cutoffs and scraps into harvestable, edible plants.

Stop tossing your carrot stumps, loose cilantro sprigs, lettuce and cabbage stalks, and apple cores in the trash! The expert advice in No-Waste Kitchen Gardening, gives you all the instruction and tricks you’ll need to grow and re-propagate produce from food waste. You’ll be astonished at how much food waste you can re-grow.

You’ll also find some helpful general information about growing indoors and maintaining your re-grown plants. Two-part photo instructions show first what the root, chunk seed, or leaf should look like when you re-plant it, and second, when to harvest or re-plant it in soil to continue growing. 

Edibles big and small, quick to grow and those that take a big longer, are included, so you can pick and choose which projects to take on. A few of the many plants profiled include:Green onionsTomatoesMelonsAvocadoesPotatoesCarrotsCut back on your food waste, cultivate your own food easily, and maybe even share gardening with a new generation, all with the advice from No-Waste Kitchen Gardening.

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Anonymous says:

So much to learn!! Anyone with a kitchen and garden should have this book.

Anonymous says:

Great buy The book has a lot of good info

Anonymous says:

No-Waste Kitchen Gardening No-Waste Kitchen Gardening by Katie Elzer-Peters is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in mid-January.Elzer-Peters offers a motivating, eco-loving tone that’s highlighted prettily by watercolor illustrations. It really takes off and elaborates from where I’ve always been at a standstill with after germination, since most of my youth was spent watching avocados being grown from a pit, but never emitting a shoot as much as taproots. Also, there’s an extra emphasis on keeping a sterile…

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