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Posts: 4,912 3/25/10 4:16 P
I freeze onions but not green onions. As far as I know onions are only good to cook with after freezing. At least that is all I use mine for.
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Posts: 282 3/25/10 10:23 A
Last year was the first year that I made efforts to "put up" foods. I elected to freeze spring onions and have not been happy with the results. They work ok for soups but do not slice well and are mushy. I have thought about two solutions for this year, 1)drying small bits and 2)flash freezing small bits and then freezing in bags. Any ideas or suggestions?
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