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These are second pea sprouts (豆苗: tomyo).
In Japan, pea sprouts that still have roots are available at any supermarket, and we can grow them again after eating first sprouts. All you got to do is put remaining stems and roots on a tray and give them water. They begin to sprout in a few days.
I don’t have a foliage plant in my house because my cat eats leafs. (She doesn’t eat cat grass that I specially got for her.)
So, it’s delightful to see the plant growing vigorously.
I don’t eat second sprouts.
My cat does….
It’s priced at about 130 yen ($1.50).