Have You Tried Re-Growing Vegetables?
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    "Many people assume that eating healthy is expensive, but that simply isn’t true – at least, it doesn’t have to be. While it is entirely possible to spend hundreds of dollars on organic produce each week, there are plenty of ways to save money. One of the simplest ways to stretch your budget without giving up fresh produce is to regrow vegetables and herbs at home – keep reading to learn how." Save Money on Produce by Re-Growing Vegetables
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    I think I am going to try a few of these ideas.
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    I did try celery. It did great for a while and then decided to die for no obvious reason.

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    I saw a chart on Pinterest that showed a bunch of different vegetables to regrow. I have never tried
    any myself but it does look interesting.

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    I had good success with celery, bok choy and green onions (just use the onion tops). All of these I directly planted in the dirt. I tried lettuce. It grew a couple of inches, we put it in dirt and it died. It didn't have roots when we planted it, neither did any of the other ones I planted. I'm not sure what happened.
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