Find out how to get a garden full of vegetables with leftover food

Want to grow fruits and vegetables in your garden this summer? Here's how to get some by using leftover food.


Fruits and vegetables are important for health. Indeed, it is no secret that they contain many nutrients that our body needs to function well. Of course, buying fruits and vegetables can sometimes cost a small fortune. It is therefore advantageous to grow them at home. Here are 15 fruits and vegetables that you can grow from leftover foods. 


If you’ve eaten an avocado, don’t throw away the pit:

  • Wash it;
  • Prick it with several toothpicks and soak the lower part of it in water;
  • Wait 2 weeks, you should see roots appear;
  • Plant your pit in a pot filled with soil and water it frequently.