Scallion

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spring_onion_lgAlso called green onions, scallions are a milder member of the allium family, which includes onions and garlic. After trimming off the root tips of the white ends, both the white base and hollow green stalks can be chopped and added to a wide variety of foods, from egg dishes to stir-fries to pizza and more. The dark green ends are delicious chopped and added raw to salads and grain or rice dishes.

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