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How to grow veggies with just water

lettuce after 1 week

coronavirus has forced people to make do with what they have and since the stores are low lets not rely on them. Grow your own food!

first let’s choose or plant to grow…

HOW TO GROW: you will want an area that gets a good amount of sunshine. Then you’ll need a cup or glass about the size of your lettuce bottom. Lettuce bought from the store is what I used. Take the lettuce bottom and place it in the cup. Fill the cup halfway up with water. Let sit in the sunshine for up to a month or more until full grown ,or plant in a pot with soil when roots appear. Remember to change the water once a day. Do the same with all the other plants on this list.

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CELERY: use the bottom of a celery plant.

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CARROTS: you can only grow back the carrot top ,but its edible and tastes like parsley.

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HERBS: grow herb plants by taking a little shoot and placing it in water. When roots sprout plant in soil.

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POTATOES: cut up a potato. Let sit in a sunny place until it starts to sprout. When sprouted plant in the ground. WARNING: do NOT eat the potatoes once they have sprouted only eat the new potatoes it grows. You can grow sweet potatoes the same.

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BOK CHOY: use the bottom of the bok choy and grow like you would the lettuce.

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BROCCOLI: put the stalk of broccoli in water as you would lettuce.


Published by Healthy little vegan

Lilee is a self taught cook who loves making vegan food with a healthy twist. She can be found cooking up recipes with her rabbits in Florida.

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