at the grocery stores in japan some vegetables still have the soil and roots attached.
By - matteocrayo
is that a mutha fuckin under armor sock
Its not not an underarmor sock
happy cake day
In Finland very normal for herbs and some vegetables. Sold in small jars roots still attached and you can actually grow more leaves for your basilica while it stands on your kitchen table waiting to be used.
Its called “living lettuce” in Canada, you can plant it in your garden and harvest much more than what you buy
Really digging the sock bro
We have these in Canada. Hydroponic Boston lettuce.
They also sell lettuce like that here too n the U.S.
Inspired by Joseph the prophet maybe.
I assume that helps it last longer, in america they would just spray that lettuce with h3tridomithpestistite and call it a day
You can get this in any American supermarket I've been to, it's called living lettuce. The only real difference is that this one appears to have a whole lot more of the root system preserved.
Plus many more different herbs as well here in SoCal.
Same in Australian supermarkets
Is it sold by weight?
Not that uncommon, apparently. We have that in Brazil too. I used to buy hydroponic vegetables with roots as well.
This is common for herbs such as [Rosemary/Basil/Thyme/etc](https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/gol-ui/product/fresh-pot-herbs/sainsburys-fresh-living-thyme-pot) in the UK.
I get lettuce like this in the usa too