Celebrate Earth Day by growing more food from kitchen scraps


Earth Day 2015

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A few weeks ago, we showed you how to grow green onions — also called scallions or spring onions — in your own kitchen. It's an easy, five-step process that saves you some money in the long run. Another incentive to get you to grow your own green onions is that it happens to be ecologically friendly. We decided to take a look at other veggies that you might be able to grow yourself, even in an apartment, so you can do your bit for the environment, while shaving off some much-needed pennies from that grocery bill.

Cooking Stoned, one of our favorite food blogs, teamed up with Whole Foods to create this neat infographic showing food that magically re-grows itself from kitchen scraps — complete with instructions on how you can get started. So give those scallions some company: garlic, onions, celery, ginger and even pineapple because why not? What better time to start than Earth Day?

Cooking Stoned in collaboration with Whole Foods