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Top 10 Foods You Can Regrow From Kitchen Scraps

Re-grow Romaine Lettuce Hearts - just cut, place in water, and watch them grow back in days... good to know!

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Infographic: 19 Foods You Can Regrow from Scraps

How to grow romaine lettuce from grocery scraps

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Romaine Lettuce Nutrition, Benefits & Recipes

Romaine Lettuce Nutrition, Benefits & Recipes - Dr. Axe

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Regrow Food Kitchen Scraps Watch The Video Tutorial

Grow plants from kitchen scraps. This is neat have pineapple growing, romain lettuce growing and celery growing!

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You Can Grow An Entire Garden Using Nothing But Vegetable Scraps. Here's How ...

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18 Foods Buy Once And Regrow Forever

Romaine Lettuce Tutorial via Fast, Cheap, and Good. Carrots Tutorial via Fidgety Fingers. Cilantro Tutorial via The Urban Organic Homesteading Experiment. Ginger Tutorial via Chiot’s Run. Green Onion Tutorial via Salt Blog. Sweet Potato Tutorial via Home Joys. Pineapple Tutorial via Rick’s Woodshop Creations. Avocado Tutorial via Hubpages. Lemon Tutorial via Growing Wild Ceeds.

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Regrow Fresh Heads of Romaine Lettuce from Chopped Down Lettuce Hearts

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How to Know When Romaine Lettuce Is Ready to Pick

Sample the goods; if it tastes "right," romaine is ready to harvest.

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‘Sweetie Baby Romaine’ is a heat-tolerant selection that grows from 6 to 8 inches tall. Find the seeds at

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Romaine lettuce is a fantastic leafy green that is high in protein and contains all 8 of the essential amino acids. Romaine is also high in omega-3, calcium, and iron and has more vitamin C than an orange. Romaine lettuce is rich in beta carotene, folate, and vitamins E & K. The beta carotene and folic acid in romaine lettuce can reduce the risk of heart attacks and stroke, while the vitamins E & K can help balance blood sugar, strengthen muscles and bones, and build a healthy immune system.

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