Organic food is expensive. That is a fact. But this fact shouldn’t stop us trying hard not to ingest pesticides.
This is why growing your own food is the best way to control the quality of what you eat. You have probably tried to grow something from seed and know how difficult and time consuming it can be. Fortunately, there is another way which is not only cheap but also simple and easy. We are talking about regrowing food from kitchen scraps.
It sounds to good to be true, but you can easily upcycle everything from lemongrass, onion buts to celery scraps with a great chance of success. So don’t throw away those scraps but learn how to regrow them. We do recommend using organic foods to start with.
Celery is probably the best food to start your regrowing adventure. It is so easy to grow a new celery from kitchen scraps. Just take the base of the celery bunch and put in a bit of warm water you have previously placed in a bowl. Place your bowl in a sunny spot and wait for the leaves to start at the base. This should happen in a week or so. Now plant your celery in soil and wait for full growth.