VIDEO: Instead Of Throwing Out The Nub Of Her Celery, She Places It In Water. Just Days Later? WHOA!

Updated May 19, 2016

If you are environmentally conscious, you might have a compost pile in your backyard. Not only is this a great way to dispose of food scraps, it can also fertilize your garden – especially when you use eggshells.

But composting isn’t the only way to use your leftover food in an environmentally friendly way.

What Cobi Kim does with her food scraps can actually feed you for another day. Check out her creative solution below!

In this video, Cobi shows you how to use food scraps to create a vegetable garden. Not only will you have a better way to use your leftovers, you’ll be able to bite into fresh vegetables in the future. We all know how much better home-grown tomatoes taste.

Throughout the video, watch how to take pineapple, onion, and celery scraps and start a vegetable garden.

Codi begins her demo with the pineapple. She removes the bottom leaves and cleans off the stub. Then she puts it in a glass of water for a few weeks. When the roots grow, you plant it. In a year and a half, you can harvest fresh pineapples from your yard!

How about celery? Just cut a 3-inch chunk off the bottom and place it in water. After a few days, you can plant the sprouting vegetable.

If you want to plant ginger, pick a root with lots of nubs. Then plant the root with the nubs facing upwards. If you grow it in a pot, you can harvest your ginger in 4-6 months.

When you watch, you’ll also learn to grow garlic, green onions, and round onions.

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