Most people hack off and toss the leafy top of a pineapple. Resourceful people plant these spiky parts to grow yet another pineapple.
In fact, certain fruits and vegetables are prime for planting and reproducing. Some may take more time and care than others: That pineapple, for example, will take more than a year to grow and will need some room outdoors. But green onion, on the other hand, will cultivate in just a matter of days in the comfort of a cup of water.
The whole process of regrowing produce is pretty neat, and it's gratifying, too. Watch the Veggietorials video above to get the full low-down on bringing plants back to life. You'll learn how to foster pineapple, green onion, celery, ginger, garlic and round onions. Enjoy!