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Spring Gardening: Tomatoes, Celery and 8 Other Foods You Can Regrow From Scraps

04/01/2012 01:29 pm ET | Updated Oct 11, 2012

Zombies in the vegetable patch? Don't panic. This isn't some zany science experiment--it's just recycling old produce. By planting your old table scraps (think stalks, pits and seeds) now, you'll enjoy a new harvest later. Zombie gardening, as we like to call it, is a great way to reduce waste in the kitchen. Plus, it can provide you with an endless supply of your favorite fresh foods.

Click through our slideshow to see 10 foods you can regrow from leftover kitchen scraps. From pineapples that regenerate to lentils that shoot sprouts, you'll never look at these plants the same way again. Have a tip to add? Go ahead and share it in the comments below.

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