Sunday, July 30, 2017

How to Grow Green Onion in Your Kitchen

     Every week, I purchase some bunches of green onions at my local supermarkets. I cut green onion finely for miso soup, but I discarded the roots. 10 days ago, I placed green onion bulbs in a small amount of water to grow green onion in my kitchen. As I mentioned in my previous entry, I tried to grow vegetable in my balcony when I lived in Japan, and I've known that growing green onion in your kitchen is super easy, but I just haven't done it since I moved to the U.S. Last week, I really enjoyed seeing how they grew in my kitchen for the first time in many years. :)

What You'll Need
Green Onion Bulbs
Glass (I used a 4oz-Maiso jar.)
Paper Towel (Optional)
Water

Day 2




Day 10
        After 10 days, I was able to harvest some of them and top it over miso soup. :) 



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