What do you do with the root of the spring onion after you eat the green leaf part?
I think many people throw away the roots, but if you soak them in water, they will grow and you can eat them again.
You can enjoy them many times if you plant them in the soil and harvest only the leaves.
After soaking the root of green onion in water for about two weeks, it grew a lot.
(better to change the water regularly otherwise they will get rotten.)
I could have planted them outside in a flowerbed, but I made a table farm for this time.
I don't know if they grow well indoors, but it's nice to have green on the table.
Whenever you want spring onion for miso soup or something, you can tear it and put it in.
Nice isn't it!?