Sunday, January 29, 2012

Green Onions - Good To Know

I found a good idea on Pinterest and added
my own to combine them into one.
Trim the ends from your green onions and 
instead of tossing them,
plant them in potting soil.
Keep the spoil moist and place them
 in a sunny spot.
This could go on forever...
trim, plant, harvest. repeat.
Chop the remaining green onions and blot dry
what you are not using right away
with a paper towel.
Use a funnel to fill an empty pour container.
(I cut the top off a 2L soda bottle)
I used a small plastic bottle for my container.
 Pop the bottle in the freezer and it's handy
 to shake out the amount you need.
 I keep these ideas in my
"Good To Know" board on Pinterest
That's Good To Know!

Cheers!


16 comments:

  1. I love this idea Rita and will do this one for sure Thanks..I hope you have the best Monday ever my dear friend..Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  2. Well, I never knew. How fun. I will definitely do this Hugs, Marty

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  3. Thanks! I read one on Pinterest to put the cut ends in water, who knew? The freezer idea is awesome.

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  4. What a great idea! I love, love, love Pinterest! Only found out about it a couple or so months ago but have been spending waaaay to much time on it! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Hadn't discovered this one yet..
    definitely will do so!!
    awesome ideas!!
    hugs..
    Loui♥

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  6. Wow, who knew??? I will try this , this Spring! Thanks!!!! XO, Pinky

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  7. Holy moly, what a fantastic idea! I love it, and will be implementing it immediately.

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  8. I just bought some green onions today. I will sure plant those suckers. Thanks.

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  9. Well I never heard of this one before. I'M GOING TO TRY IT.

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  10. great idea, thanks for sharing!

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  11. I love this and can't wait to try. The kids are going to love this, too.

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  12. Great idea, it's kind of like a starter sour dough batch. I will definitely doing this. I think I'll wait till spring, don't know if I would get enough sunlight in the winter in IL. I also freeze a lot of cut veggies in the freezer. Thanks for sharing such a great tip. Thanks for sharing your creative inspirations with Sunday's Best party.

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  13. Wow! What a great idea! I saw the idea on Pinterest to place in a cup of water but mine just rotted after a day. :( Hopefully this will work for me! Thanks!

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  14. Great idea, Rita! Thanks for the tip!

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  15. Thanks for the idea, I do the same thing for lemongrass. Just trim down to about two inches, peel the first layer off to expose root nubs on the very bottom. That's where the roots start growing when you pop them in water.

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