Easter is just around the corner… and that usually means hard-boiled eggs!
If you are growing veggies or you have some house plants sitting around, water them with your hard-boiled egg water.
When you hard boil your eggs, instead of straining the water out when they are finished, scoop the eggs out of the water and let the water cool to room temperature. Then go around to your plants and water them with the water you boiled your eggs in.
Why, you ask?
Egg shells are packed with nutrients – especially calcium. When you boil eggs, some of that nutrients is transferred into the water. Your plants can absorb these nutrients when you water them.