I used all but 4 of my green onions over the holidays. The last 4 I plunked into a glass and set them on the kitchen windowsill. I would cut off the regenerated growth to garnish soups, sandwiches, etc.
But lately they've looked rather anemic. They'd rooted very well, so it was time to put them into a pot and give them a drink of fish emulsion.
Won't be long before I'm grazing on fresh green onions.
Here again is another example of letting the kitchen re-stock itself with just a little help from me.
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