Regrow Your Veggies: Growing Vegetables from Roots, Cuttings, and Scraps (CompanionHouse Books) Sustainable Tips, Troubleshooting, & Directions for Lettuce, Potatoes, Ginger, Scallions, Mango, & More

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Don’t rebuy your veggies, regrow them!

21 delicious foods that can be regrown at home, from scallions and lettuce to galangal, Jerusalem artichoke, and mango
Step-by-step instructions and photography to help you effectively propagate your favorite vegetables, herbs, and fruits
Troubleshooting advice, including dealing with pests, pathogens, and mold
Save money and time at the grocery store by sustainably regrowing your own produce
There no need to keep buying the same vegetables over and over just because you eat them all the time. Learn how to produce your own produce from scraps!

Regrow Your Veggies is an insightful guide that provides effective propagation techniques to recycle and regrow more than 20 popular vegetables, herbs, and fruits right at home! Learn how to have a source of fresh and healthy vegetables close by—from onions and sweet potatoes to pineapples and mangoes. Reduce waste, save money, and learn how to prevent and solve issues with pesky pests and pathogens.

Inside Regrow Your Veggies, you’ll find regrow instructions for:

Chinese cabbage
…and many more!
This book is packed with tips and information that makes reusing your produce simple and rewarding: Scallions are some of the easiest to grow, doing well in either soil or water. Sweet potatoes are so healthy and easy to grow that NASA considers them an essential crop for all future space exploration missions! Don’t throw away your mango pit—you can grow an exotic tree from it instead!

Get the most out of your favorite foods and start producing your own produce the easy way, with Regrow Your Veggies!

“Terrific information! Whether you live in an apartment or on a homestead, this book will help you take sustainability to the next level. Learn how to regrow over twenty vegetables and herbs from scraps.”
—Rick Bickling, The How Do Gardener