This was taken a day after I cut them. You can see where I cut them, and that they grew overnight.
Photographic Evidence, Part 2
Photographic Evidence, Part 3
I took this picture today. I swear on my running shoes that it's the same bunch. I mean, these bad boys cost nothing at the store. But in my house, I'm the only one that eats them on any all things Mexican and/or salad. So I often throw away unused onions. Which means I'm spending money on something I'm not, in fact, using. But now I don't have to worry about that.
I'm growing green onions. If I don't use them in time, it will hurt me that I've let good food go bad, but I can feel a little better about it by snipping off what's bad so that I can wait patiently for more to grow. Or, look at it this way, if you eat green onions a lot, you can have your own little green onion patch on your kitchen sink! See how many times you can grow onions before you have to buy another bunch!
Honestly, though. I wonder how long I can keep these guys growin'.
(Hey, follow me on Pinterest .)
Question: What's the last thing you discovered that made you wonder "Why didn't I think of that?!"