I like to add green onions to my meals fresh. However, I've found that when I buy a bunch of green onions the remainder sits in the back of my fridge until I have to throw it out.
This simple hack allows you to always have fresh green onions, without gardening!
All you need is a bunch of green onions, some water, and a window that catches some sun.
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Step 1: Buy a Bunch
Buy a bunch of green onions from your local grocer. Make sure they have some roots on the bottom.
Don't worry, this is the last time you will ever have to do this.
Step 2: Grow
Place the bunch of green onions in a glass or jar of water and stick it in a partial sun location.
That's it, that's all!
The green onions will keep fresh and will grow new green ends.Depending on how many onions you use at a time, this one bunch of onions can meet your needs.
I generally use 2-3 onion ends about 3 times a week and my bunch of onions is able to replenish and meet the demand.
If any brown ends appear, simply strip them off of the onion bulb.
Step 3: Use
You can trim off the onions as you need for your meal from the bunch and put it back in your window to keep fresh and growing for another day.
This bunch of onions has been happily supplying our kitchen for months!
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