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DescriptionKnown for their slightly detensified onion taste and strong aroma, the green onion is a very versatile onion. While many refer to the green onion as a scallion, they actually have a small white bulb, unlike a scallion, and are slightly bigger than the scallion as well. A green onion is pulled from the ground before its bulb is fully mature and the bulb is a white color while its stalk, which is equally edible, intensifies from light green to dark as you move further away from the bulb. Sometimes prepared raw but also common in stir fries as well as some salsas and dips, green onions are another delicious and nutritious veggie..

Kitchen PharmacyThe green onion has numerous health benefits and even is believed to have some anti-cancer properties and is believed to be especially helpful in preventing colon cancer. They work well to reduce inflammation and also are believed to help lower blood sugar, cholesterol, and blood pressure. Studies even suggest that the green onion is beneficial in preventing skin wrinkling.

Nutrition: 1 Cup of Chopped Green Onion Contains

Origin: Europe

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