How to re-grow green onions
Green onions are a somewhat renewable resource in your kitchen. When you finish slicing off what you need for soups, bread, or whatever else you use them for, hang on to the white bub plus a scant inch of the green part. Placed in a small cup of water on a sunny windowsill, the onions will shoot up again and keep you well stocked through several re-growings. Change the water every few days, and clip off pieces as you need them.
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