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  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • No-Waste Kitchen Gardening
  • Katie Elzer-Peters
  • 06 July 2017
  • 9780760361603

No-Waste Kitchen Gardening No Waste Kitchen Gardening Is A Fun And Colorful Exploration Of The Amazing Results You Can Get By Re Growing Vegetable Cutoffs And Scraps Into Harvestable, Edible Plants Stop Tossing Your Carrot Stumps, Loose Cilantro Sprigs, Lettuce And Cabbage Stalks, And Apple Cores In The Trash The Expert Advice In No Waste Kitchen Gardening, Gives You All The Instruction And Tricks You Ll Need To Grow And Re Propagate Produce From Food Waste You Ll Be Astonished At How Much Food Waste You Can Re Grow You Ll Also Find Some Helpful General Information About Growing Indoors And Maintaining Your Re Grown Plants Two Part Photo Instructions Show First What The Root, Chunk Seed, Or Leaf Should Look Like When You Re Plant It, And Second, When To Harvest Or Re Plant It In Soil To Continue Growing Edibles Big And Small, Quick To Grow And Those That Take A Big Longer, Are Included, So You Can Pick And Choose Which Projects To Take On A Few Of The Many Plants Profiled Include Green OnionsTomatoesMelonsAvocadoesPotatoesCarrotsCut Back On Your Food Waste, Cultivate Your Own Food Easily, And Maybe Even Share Gardening With A New Generation, All With The Advice From No Waste Kitchen Gardening.


About the Author: Katie Elzer-Peters

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the No-Waste Kitchen Gardening book, this is one of the most wanted Katie Elzer-Peters author readers around the world.


10 thoughts on “No-Waste Kitchen Gardening

  1. says:

    In the past, I ve tried growing the easy plants from kitchen scraps Green onions, celery, lettuce those were simple to grow from the saved bases Saving seeds to plant is also simple I already have lemon and lychee trees grown from seed This book goes much farther, using a much wider variety of kitchen scraps and different techniques The steps are clearly explained throughout I t...

  2. says:

    No Waste Kitchen Gardening by Katie Elzer PetersRegrow Your Leftover Greens, Stalks, Seeds, and More This would be a fun book for families with children to use together to grow a wide variety of vegetables using items purchased at the produce market Or, adults wanting to try their hand at growing a few items using kitchen scraps might find it fun, too The parts of plants are described, illustrations are provided photos and drawings and how to do its for all plants suggested are easy to follow whether using seeds or parts of plants that will become new edibles or provide edibles in the future.Having tried the avocado seed to grow a tree I can say it definitely works as we are collecting avocados from trees we started as seeds over a decade ago Trees may take some time but are rewarding just as some of the easier quickly growing prjects might be to begin with I am not sure I learned anything new but this was a fun book to read and one I believe I w...

  3. says:

    Thank you Quatro Publishing Cool Sorings Press and Netgalley for granting my wish to review this ARC This is a fabulous book on how to reduce waste in the kitchen I loved that the author recognises that people are attracted to a no waste lifestyle for numerous reasons Loads of ideas are given on simple ways to reduce waste, such as reusing watermfrom cooked pasta, something so logical yet I am guilty of not doing it.I look forward to implementing lots of the ideas in this book and trying to ...

  4. says:

    I already regrow celery and lettuce from scraps, but I wanted to know what else I could re use from what would otherwise be compost fodder, and this book had a lot of great ideas and information From how to cut, prepare and or save the piece of produc...

  5. says:

    No waste Well, maybe not, but if you ve got some potting mix and a sunny window, you can have some fun and stretch your veg purchases a bit farther.

  6. says:

    I was excited to get a chance to read this book since we regularly regrow kitchen scraps and I m always looking for inspiration That said, I ended up with so many questions and concerns that I had to resort to google multiple times instead of finding answers in this book never a good sign in a book that s supposed to give you all the information you need on a topic.First off, there are a number of great things about this book It s filled with helpful colorful photos that do a good job of showing how to set up your scrap veggies to regrow them The instructions are simple and there are a variety of plants offered, including standards like avocados and pineapple tops, lettuce, onions, etc and less common plants like sweet potatoes and fruit trees from pits The book is short and easy to read, and the author doesn t whitewash the fact that in some cases you will never get edible fruits or veggies from these projects the argument is that it s fun or you get a houseplant or bragging rights.Now the down sides First...

  7. says:

    This book is great for people interested in gardening and those looking for ways to save a little money from their grocery budget The tutorials for how to regrow plants from parts we normally would throw away are easy to understand and follow and prove useful for preventing waste Each part of this book is very explanatory and tells you what part to use and how to take care of the plant once it begins to grow I think its very helpful for new gardeners and experienced gardene...

  8. says:

    I received this book, for free, in exchange for an honest review.This is a good overview of how to transform veggie leftovers into food.The book is very repetitive which is both its strength and its weakness.Rather than highlighting a technique and saying which veggies it applies to the author repeats the technique for each veggie This is useful if you wan...

  9. says:

    No Waste Kitchen Gardening by Katie Elzer Peters is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in mid January.Elzer Peters offers a motivating, eco loving tone that s highlighted prettily by watercolor illustrations It really takes off and elaborates from where I ve always been at a standstill with after germination, since most of my youth was spent watching avocados being grown from a pit, but never emitting a shoot as much as taproots Also...

  10. says:

    This is an awesome book all around I ve tried, and failed several times, to grow a plant from leftover pineapple tops So when I saw this title on NetGalley, I was super excited to hopefully learn what I ve been doing wrong, AND to salvage other kitchen scraps into fun projects The pictures throughout the book are fantastic She starts with the very basics of botany and gardening, so the reader has an understanding of how plants grow and what we re trying to accomplish with gardening The writing style is simple and instructional while conveying the author s obvious passion for gardening and the techniques explained here Once this book is published, I ll definitely want a physical copy to keep in my ...

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