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By Andy Whiteley
Looking for a healthy way to get more from your garden? Like to know your food is free of the pesticides and other nasties that are often sprayed on commercial crops? Re-growing food from your kitchen scraps is a good way to do it!
There’s nothing like eating your own home- grown veggies, and there are heaps of different foods that will re- grow from the scrap pieces that you’d normally throw out or put into your compost bin.
It’s fun. And very simple … if you know how to do it.
Just remember … the quality of the “parent” vegetable scrap will help to determine the quality of the re-growth. So, wherever possible, I recommend buying local organic produce, so you know your re-grown plants are fresh, healthy and free of chemical and genetic meddling.
First, this video demonstrates the three most standard methods…
Next, this video demonstrates the use of the egg separator tool….
Finally, my new favorite method:
“May is National Barbecue Month, as if you needed an excuse to get fired up about summer hamburgers, hot dogs, and corn on the cob. To help you celebrate, we’ve put together this list of grilling tips to keep you, your guests, and your grill happy.”
Tips for Successful Grilling:
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SAVEUR magazine’s Executive Food Editor, Todd Coleman, shows you how to peel a whole head of garlic in less than ten seconds. (It’s kind of amazing.)