Onion - The End

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  3. Yok
    Growing onion bottoms is a great way to use parts of the onion that would otherwise end up in the trash. There are many types of this versatile vegetable. Find out about the onion varieties. here. This project can be done with any type of onion. Spanish, yellow, white and Vidalia onions all work.
  4. Turan
    Nov 27,  · Onion Sets: Create a shallow furrow in a prepared bed and plant onion sets, tips up, 4 to 6 inches apart or about 2 inches apart for green onions. Gently firm the soil around them, leaving only.
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  6. Sall
    Nov 22,  · Start by stabilizing the onion on the board. Then take your knife and pinch it at the end before the hilt, and use your other hand to stabilize as you slice the onion in half. Don’t cut it.
  7. Meshura
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  8. Kazrall
    This Instructable outlines how to grow fresh onion plants from discarded onion bottoms that would otherwise be thrown in the trash. You can theoretically create an endless supply of onions without ever having to buy bulbs or seeds, and if you're as big of an onion lover in the kitchen as I am, you'll have a full bed of onions in no time. 3 Week Update: New roots have formed on the example.

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