I've been reading a lot about regrowing veggies from what you already have. Let's give it a try.
This is the 'core' from a head of iceberg lettuce.
After just 2 days you can see some growth!
Romaine lettuce is better for you than iceberg - let's try that one. Simply chop off the bottom couple of inches.
2 days later - some new growth - wow!
What about carrots and radishes?
Potato - these got forgotten about in the bottom of the pantry - eww. The eyes were already sprouting. After cutting the potato into several sections - each one with an eye, they got put into water.
My little windowsill garden.
Left - in the bowl - iceberg (left side getting tall) and romaine lettuce
In the middle cup - celery
Right cup - more iceberg lettuce
Look at the roots on this romaine lettuce!
Nothing worked :( The carrots and radishes rotted away, The iceberg made a long stalk then withered away. i tasted a leaf, spit it right back out! I don't know what happened, but it was bad. The romaine was doing well, so I put it in the garden - then it died. The potatoes are doing great. They are about 8 inches tall and still growing. We will see if anything happens. The celery rotted away on the outside, then the inside died :( I will keep trying. It's either compost, trash, or experiment. I'm even workin on onion now. I will post again if any progress is made.