You're about to discover how to grow food in water without dirt.
This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to regrow food scraps in water, without the mess of dealing with soil. Food scraps, like root ends of vegetables such as onions, celery, leeks, lettuce, and bok choy; buds of potatoes and ginger; and leaf tops of pineapple, commonly find their way into the trash bin. Nifty tactics such as those presented in this book, however, can finally help you lessen your contribution to the biodegradable waste that humans dump God knows where as well as the bulk of your monthly food budget spent on produce. As a plus, growing your own garden from kitchen scraps can ensure that the food you and your family eat is 100 percent pesticide and hormone free!
Aside from the basic techniques of growing food from scraps, this book also highlights some sound advice on how to manage a small garden of your regrown crops in your kitchen, on your patio, on your windowsill, or in whatever part of the house you choose, especially in tight or narrow places (unless you own a mansion, then this definitely won't be a problem). Finally, this book shall remind us again and again of the advantages of growing your own food using cheap resources while (more importantly) relying on discipline, hard work, and the motivation fueled by two truths in life: health is wealth and you are what you eat.
Here is a preview of what you'll learn: