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Green Onions
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Green Onions

$1.991.99
1 bunch
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$1.99
1 bunch
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Green Onions, also known as scallions, boast slender white bases that blossom into vibrant, long, hollow green stalks. They offer a fresh, crisp bite and a mild, peppery taste that doesn't overpower dishes. Ideal for adding a pop of color and subtle sharpness, Green Onions are a welcomed addition to a diverse array of cuisines. Finely chop the tender white bulbs and the lush green tops to sprinkle over soups, salads, and stir-fries, or grill them whole for a charred yet sweet accent. These delicate alliums are a vitamin-rich garnish, with essential nutrients such as vitamin K and C, and versatile for both raw and cooked recipes, presenting a delicate balance between zest and sweetness that enlivens the palate.
Green Onions, also known as scallions, boast slender white bases that blossom into vibrant, long, hollow green stalks. They offer a fresh, crisp bite and a mild, peppery taste that doesn't overpower dishes. Ideal for adding a pop of color and subtle sharpness, Green Onions are a welcomed addition to a diverse array of cuisines. Finely chop the tender white bulbs and the lush green tops to sprinkle over soups, salads, and stir-fries, or grill them whole for a charred yet sweet accent. These delicate alliums are a vitamin-rich garnish, with essential nutrients such as vitamin K and C, and versatile for both raw and cooked recipes, presenting a delicate balance between zest and sweetness that enlivens the palate.
About the Producer
At Fresh Harvest we prioritize working with local producers and upholding our sourcing standards. To curate the best quality and quantity of produce we will sometimes pull from a variety of producers. We look to other growing regions for those items that are impossible or difficult to consistently grow well in our region. Any produce coming from out-of-state will be clearly labelled with it's place of origin. Explore >
Storage
Try one of these three tips:
1. Place your green onions in a jar, and fill with an inch or two of water (just enough to cover the roots). Then, place the jar on the windowsill in your kitchen. Your onions will not only stay fresh, but continue to grow. Change or add water every couple days, as needed.
2. Place your green onions in a jar with a bit of water (just like #1). Then, cover them with a plastic bag, and store them in the refrigerator. Replace the water every couple days.
3. Wrap your green onions in a slightly damp paper towel. Then, place them inside a plastic bag or storage container. Remoisten the paper towel, if it dries out; replace it, if it because too wet.
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