No-Waste Kitchen Gardening by Katie Elzer-Peters

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Today's book recommendation: No-Waste Kitchen Gardening by Katie Elzer-Peters

The subtitle to this book is Regrow Your Leftover Greens, Stalks, Seeds, and More.

Katie's book is an excellent reminder to old and young gardeners alike that much of our food is part of a cycle of growth, and thanks to Katie, we can easily tap into that cycle with confidence.
It's time to stop tossing your carrot stumps, cilantro sprigs, lettuce and cabbage stalks, apple cores, and avocado pits in the trash.
Katie gives you everything you need to know to grow successfully and re-propagate produce from your kitchen scraps. With this book, you can enjoy fresh greens and herbs anytime you want. Best of all, you'll reduce food waste and save time and money.
Katie's book is chock full of step-by-step photos and instruction. And, the little gardeners in your home will marvel at the new plants that are created right before their eyes.



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