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Vegetable Cooking Water Can Fertilize Plants

20151230A.jpgThe water from cooking vegetables, fruits and eggs contains minerals that plants can use for their growth. You can use it to (very) lightly fertilize your flowerbed, vegetable garden and houseplants. Use it abundantly whenever you need to water.

And do I even need to mention that you have to let the water cool down before using it?

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