If you’re anything like me, you undoubtedly find yourself filling your fridge with more food than you can consume. Although it’s not like I planned it, I always eat out more frequently than anticipated. The worst thing is tossing away food that was still edible a few days before. However, I strive to eat better, reduce waste, and spend less money.
Tomatoes are just one example of a food that occasionally spoils before we can consume it, but after reading this, you won’t do it again.
You may grow your tomatoes at home rather than purchasing new ones from the shop.
“The Wannabe Homesteader” YouTube channel grew tomatoes in a few short weeks using only a pot, some dirt, and some old tomatoes!
1. To begin, cut up some ripe tomatoes.
2. Place the tomato slices in a container with soil, then add more dirt to the container to cover the slices.
3. Drink just occasionally, then wait 7–14 days. Tomato seedlings should already be visible.
4. Select the biggest and most established tomato plants, then replant them in a new container.
Growing tomatoes from overripe tomatoes has never occurred to me, and I imagine I’m not the only one.
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